Did you get it all out?

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by swarden43, Jun 14, 2021.

  1. wristwatchb

    wristwatchb wristwatch "danger" b

    They were all new when you got 'em. We all thought it. It needed to be said. :D
  2. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    Well he remembers when they cluttered up his purdy brush with the word "Sterilized". :happy097:

  3. richgem

    richgem suffering from chronic clicker hand cramps

    Didn't he mention in another thread that he had raised the boars? :scared007:
  4. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    And yet he denies there was any anthrax in those brushes ...........

    :happy102: sorry Fuzzy it was too easy.

  5. wristwatchb

    wristwatchb wristwatch "danger" b

    @wchnu made so much noise about it that historians call it the "Roaring 20's." Well, at least Fuzzy is consistent. :D
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  6. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    I was talking about @wchnu nicknamed Fuzzy
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  7. wristwatchb

    wristwatchb wristwatch "danger" b

    Corrected my post. Thanks. :happy088:
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  8. IAmTheJody

    IAmTheJody Gillette-i Master Staff Member

    At this part, I definitely think the temperature matters. Warm or hot water breaks down and melts the ingredients which would seem to help in washing them away, yes?

    I always pre-soak. My routine is to fill my sink with hot water. Then place my surabachi bowl that I use for lathering and the brush I am going to use, into the sink full of hot water. Then I let them heat up and soak while I am taking my shower.

    On a side note, I will say that both of my Simpson brushes are the "worst" ones that I use. They shed horribly and have done so since day one of my ownership.
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  9. swarden43

    swarden43 "It's your shave. Enjoy it your way."©

    I'll give you warm or hot during the rinse may get out more sludge. Seems logical. Cold seems to get out enough gunk that I haven't noticed any buildup.
  10. stonyloam

    stonyloam Well-Known Member

    I haven’t rinsed my brush in three years and it is just fine. It started as an experiment, now it is a way of life. After all it is just soap on it. I think most folks rinse and dry and that is just fine I don’t think it makes much difference, just do as you like.
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