Best way to eliminate excess water from a shaving brush

jimmyc

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As others have said, just couple of flicks of the wrist. Keep a tight grip though as I broke my basin when it slipped out of my hand a rew years ago. :cry:
 

Roy

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I'm sure some potential new shavers must look at some posts and decide proper shaving is far too complicated! ! From whether or not to bloom soaps, leave lids off soaps, no pressure , swirl the brush or paint your face with lather. How many passes, is the soap slick enough, are badgers suffering. Sorry for this rant, no offence suggested.
 

Blademonkey

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There was only two types of answer given so far, squeeze out most of the water and then flick off the exsess or simply flick the brush to expell the water!
Why would you feel the need to have a rant about that?
It's not as if 20 different answers were given!
 
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