Thanks. Will give it a try when I next shave my beard off.
Can anyone recommend a decent electric beard trimmer?
I have one of these or something similar. In fact I have two, since I bought another thinking the first had broken, when it hadn't.
Got the same ^ a few weeks ago - I'm satisfied with it.
Don’t shave, use a trimmer. Keep the hairs at stubble length so they’re outside of your skin and brush them up and down with a beard brush so they don’t get stuck.
Can anyone help me out with this, I have a safety razor (fantastic thing) but anyway. It has started to go a bit, green I guess around where the razor clamps down and around the opening by the razor.
Am I doing something wrong storing this thing? Its kept in the bathroom, as much as I love shaving with these I'd rather not drag the green (whatever it is) all over my face and would happily buy another if needbe.
Edit - just to add I store it in the little box that came with it under the bathroom sink.
Not sure what you're referring to by green, but for my rather simple razor that can dirty I just scrub it with some soap and an old toothbrush.
Also I don't suppose anyone is interested in taking my samples I got recently? I'd say there's enough for a 1-2 shaves with the Zingari Man ones, 1-2 with Barrbarr and then 3-4 with Cheshire and Lonestar. Wouldn't want too much, £6 or so delivered.
I also have an unused bar of Stirling hand/bath soap I don't really need, as I went back to mine and realised I had a bar of B&M's Bay Rum
Looks like it could be rust or the start off.
I'll give it a good clean and see where that gets me.
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