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    Brooklyn to London, in a Bowl!

    Here's my new offering. One is already purchased, and I have four more available. i will be selling the lather bowls separately, as well, for $10.

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    Its a great soap, and look like a good bowl!


    Off topic....how about those strops you are working on?

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    I'll find out soon

    And thanks! It's no Tom Gray, but it definitely looks and works great. Not to mention, your wife can't argue with white and angled lines.
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    I already have a bowl, can I just microwave the soap so it fits my bowl? I do that with my Col. Conk Lime Glycerine Shave Soap and it works great. Getting low on the Col. and I've wanted to try this soap for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    I already have a bowl, can I just microwave the soap so it fits my bowl? I do that with my Col. Conk Lime Glycerine Shave Soap and it works great. Getting low on the Col. and I've wanted to try this soap for a while.
    The soap is soft enough to just press in the bowl. No need to microwave.

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    Yup, just push it in. In fact, some people feel that microwaving a lanolin based soap messes with things. I'm not a chemist, but I'd just shove it in there. Haha.

    Rick, I'll trade you a bar of soap for a Tanaka, if you're interested.
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    Soap's going quick! You guys are going to make it impossible to stay on top of my chores.
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    Too late, purchased!
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    Hahaha. Refund?
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    So it's time for me to hand over some money? I'll send you a mail.

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