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    Default What next?

    Currently I have a vulfix #2234 which is a excellent brush and soon will have a T&H turnback. Im wanting to dive into soaps preety hard and would like a brush devoted to soaps and of course to add to my collection. What should I consider....Im not a big fan of faux ivory

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    Default Best Badger

    Well, it is faux ivory, but I will put in a vote for the Edwin Jagger for C&E best badger brush. This little honey can whip up a lather on a hard soap like no one's business, and won't break the bank. One of my favorite brushes. I think both Ron and Rik have them as well, and like them. Give it a try; for $35 you can't go wrong.

    Of course, any brush will do a good job on soap with a certain amount of technique alteration, but the slightly stiffer bristles of the best badger will makes things a bit easier. Don't even get me started on how good this brush does with shave sticks....
    -Scotto


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotto
    Don't even get me started on how good this brush does with shave sticks....
    By golly, seems like just yesterday! Great brush.

    Sean, dog is extra but he is specially bred to hunt Texas rattlesnakes!!

    Jerry

    Last edited by DoubleE; 12-10-2005 at 07:50 PM.

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