Discussion in 'Shave Soaps' started by DentonMajik, Mar 19, 2016.
Anybody ever use 9 by PAA? I'm curious.
I haven't. And while the smell of Hoppes 9 brings back some great memories, I wouldn't want to shave with it.
Hoppes may be the best smell on earth...
Use it on the firearms
They should have named it Tackleberry
Shave with it right before going Hunting or Target practice LOL!
Actually I might just buy one as a novelty item...
I love the smell of Hoppes 9. As I am very active in the shooting sports I go through a large quantity of Hoppes 9. I think the scent would do well in a shave soap. However the chemical makeup may not work well with standard soap chemistry.
What next WD-40? Turpentine? Varnish?
I just tried it and I like it a lot. A very good quality slick lather with good cushion. The PAA 9 has hints of vanilla or vanilla overtones along with a faint sweet solvent smell. It is no were near as strong as a bottle of hoppee no 9 solvent but it is very reminiscent of it in scent in a mid to mild way. The cologne after shave is nice to and last for a while.
Happy Shaves All,
I'm also active in the shooting sports, so I may have to pick up some of this.
the scent of #9 comes from the most toxic ingredient in that wonderful product.
Testors model enamel and/or glue scented soap for me, with a side order of major organ shutdowns.
Couldn't agree more. Love it. My favorite. Last shave was Veterans Day - posted in SOTD. I use both the aftershave and soap.
Man, it seems like I've been on a binge lately, but I need to pull the trigger on this soap and aftershave combo.
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You won't regret it and will enjoy. Have a nice Thanksgiving.
I've never held a gun, but given my love for all things PAA, I'm sure I would love this scent.
Not necessarily. If you've never smelled Hoppes 9...
Not a bad smell, just something I wouldn't want to slather all over my face.
I like Jelly Beans, doesn't mean I would like these ---> http://spoonuniversity.com/lifestyle/jelly-bellys-grossest-flavors-ranked
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