Rather than moving threads from other areas of the forum, the moderator team has decided to utilize a template format for Tutorials. This template is flexible. You should do your best to utilize the format, but if something doesn't fit, there is no requirement to use that part of the format. Tutorials submissions can be posted in this thread. Submissions will then be moved to the appropriate forum; Tutorials, if approved. Other relevant forum if not approved. We appreciate the time and effort members may take in helping us fill out the section and sharing their knowledge. Education is The Shave Den's main purpose after all. The moderator team will be happy to help answer any questions about the Tutorial process. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tutorial Title Titles need to be clear, precise, and on topic. For Video Tutorials please place “Video;” before the title. Description A short synopsis of what process you’ll be showing us Tips, Advice, and Warnings Always nice to know these beforehand What You’ll Need Equipment, tools, chemicals, cleaners, etc. Please include quantities if applicable Steps Try to break down the process into easy to follow steps. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Further considerations; Tutorials should be limited to one process/method example; Don't tell us how to disassemble a Fat Boy AND how to replate it in the same tutorial. Separate it into 2 tutorials so they are specific of a single process. It is ok to preface or end a tutorial with a related TSD Tutorial link. example 1; it's ok to say something like "Previously, we learned How to Remove a Brush Knot. Time to reknot the brush." or example 2; "Next, we'll learn how to reknot a brush in the How to Reknot a Brush tutorial" Pictures are nice and helpful. However too many pictures can be an issue. Cropping and resizing pictures is advisable. Also, please don’t use thumbnails for attaching pictures. When opened, they don’t show detail as well as full size pictures. Pictures should be on TSD also, not hosted elsewhere. Keeping the original posts on point is preferable. Personal stories and such can be added in follow-up posts in your Tutorial thread. Please quote sources if you are using someone else’s words or pictures. Tutorials need to contain a full description of whatever methods are being discussed, not links. Any information/instructions/pictures not on TSD may disappear.if the site linked to disappears.