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Wet Shaving Talk Podcast For 10 October 2022

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Sharpologist Wet Shave Talk Podcast Network
Wet Shaving Talk Podcast For 10 October 2022

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 October 10th,2022

Today on the Show

Pumpkin Spice Season

Holy Black is Brewing Something Big For 2022

2 Museum Quality Gillette Bottom Dials Available WOW!!

Do You Use Off Season Scents? 

Fall Seasonal Special is coming up!

Pumpkin Spice Season is in Full Bloom

Holy Black is Brewing Something for 2022

Not one but Two Museum Quality Bottom Dial Razors 

Do You Use Off-Season Scents?? 

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

Special Thanks to:

Mark aka Mantic 59

Most of All……….YOU!!!!

Don’t forget to check out my blog site  for the tips and interesting wet shaving stories!

Please feel free to contact me at [email protected]  

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for videos regarding some interesting wet shaving content.

Our next show will be 10/26/22 

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

2 thoughts on “Wet Shaving Talk Podcast For 10 October 2022”

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