Trumper soap discounted. $11

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  1. Leclec13

    Leclec13 Well-Known Member

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  2. PLANofMAN

    PLANofMAN Paperboy

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    I've had little success with Trumper soaps. Always needed to add KmF unscented to boost them and still keep the wonderful scents. This is a good deal.

    These usually sell for $22-25 online and $25 in brick and mortar stores (as of 2019).

    Edit: and since amazon prices tend to change without notice, the price in the amazon links is $11.07 + free shipping.
     
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  3. emkeane

    emkeane Member

    Done!

    sandalwood purchased. Thanks.
     
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  4. BigD

    BigD Well-Known Member

    Bought one each of their Coconut and Sandalwood. Thanks for the heads up. Even if the soap sucks, the bowls are nice.
     
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  5. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    This is just an observation and may be sour grapes on my part, but why do seemingly higher end soaps add EDTA? It's a totally unnecessary (cheap) preservative. It bothers my skin and more disturbing than that it's a byproduct from formaldehyde. Over the past five to ten years it has been added to more food products as well.

    Sorry to step off topic.

    :eatdrink013:
     
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  6. PLANofMAN

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    Because it reduces soap scum and gives the soap better lather.

    Don't shoot the messenger. It's just what I read on Google.:scared007:
     
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  7. Enrico

    Enrico Popcorn

    I can understand it reducing soap scum and possible increase lathering due to its chelating action, but its main function is to prevent the soap from going rancid. I've never had a problem lathering Stirling and you can ask @wchnu AKA Fuzzy how many fifty plus years old pucks of Williams shave soap he's had go rancid; both of which don't use EDTA.

    BTW MWF uses EDTA and it's noted that it can be a challenge to lather.

    I hope I don't sound snarky, it wasn't intended.

    BTW I'll refrain from adding more comments due to my drift from the OP intent.

    :)
     
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  8. Leclec13

    Leclec13 Well-Known Member

    I’m going to start a thread in soap shave soaps.

    Love the bowl the soap not so much .....
     
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  9. wchnu

    wchnu Duck Season!

    Exactly none...that I recall.
     
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  10. emkeane

    emkeane Member

    Bought the sandalwood soap. I've used it a few times. I'm very happy with the purchase.

    :shaver
     
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  11. spe111

    spe111 New Member

    Thanks for the heads up!!
     
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  12. ariachris56

    ariachris56 New Member

    I also have purchased it from there, the fragrance is too good, my husband likes its fragrance, and I got many discounts as well, plz share some more good fragrances soap along with links.
     
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