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Wet Shaving Talk For 10 May 21

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Sharpologist Wet Shave Talk Podcast Network
Wet Shaving Talk For 10 May 21

You’re listening to Wet Shaving Talk powered by where we’re dedicated to preserving the art and skill of classic shaving. I’m your host Joe Borrelli and today is May 10th 2021

Today on the Show:

My Experience with Cold Water Shaving 

BSTs back open in major forums

Rare Items: Modern VS Vintage 

Collector’s Corner: Escher Stones 

Cold Water Shaving  

Something I never tried before and recently did for a couple of weeks.  I’ll tell you about it. 

BSTs Back in Major Forums. 

Rare Items: Modern VS Vintage 

Are modern razors rarer than vintage?  I’ll tell you my thoughts

Collector’s Corner: Escher Stones 

Our show is powered by, “What Your Father Didn’t Teach You about Shaving” 

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Mark aka Mantic 59

Most of All……….YOU!!!!

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Our next show will be 5/24/21 

Until then….

Shave straight and Shave Safe!

Joe Borrelli

Joe Borrelli

Joe Borrelli is a long-time wet shaving enthusiast and collector. He hosts the Wet Shaving News/Talk Podcast, runs his own self-funded website and operates a YouTube channel to help inform the community of new information involving the wet shaving world. Joe holds a BBA from Florida Atlantic University, and currently works for the nation’s largest wine/spirits/beer retailer. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Linda & son Anthony, reading, writing, outdoor activities and collecting wet shaving apparel. Joe has also written several dozen articles for online publications such as Sharpologist and How to Grow a Mustache.View Author posts

1 thought on “Wet Shaving Talk For 10 May 21”

  1. I shave with “cold water” at least half the time.

    By cold I mean neutral temperature water or slightly cool water, not “ice cube water.” I see little difference in the closeness of the shave, based on the temperature of the water. Warm water is more comfortable, at least initially, but does not guarantee a superior shave.

    I do prefer the ease of making a lather from soap and warm water, as my tap water is moderately hard. This can be easily demonstrated by washing one’s hands with soap and cool water vs. soap and warm water. But adding a little more (cool) water can make an acceptable lather.

    Using cool water for washing and shaving the face IMO makes the need for caffeine in the morning somewhat obsolete. Washing the face and shaving with cool water in the morning definitely wakes up one’s brain.

    I’m not into cool showers, but I rather like cool water shaving. Hey, I never said I was consistent, did I?

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