Wet-shaving is a great thing, it starts with shaving and ends with AD's Along the way, I've learned a few things that I didnt expect to learn in the process, but they only make the experience better.
I learned that Catalin (the material that some older brush handles are made of) starts off as a white ivory color and then slowly butterscotches and yellows over time. I thought that was really cool. That made me look into older Catalin radios which do the same thing, and they're even nicer than the brush handles.
So what else has Wet-shaving taught you that didnt expect to learn??
Whether it be about glycerine in soaps, or material in blades?
What more have you learned by just wanting a better shave?
Share your experiences please!