Vulfix 404 Grosvenor Mixed Badger and Boar Shaving Brush

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antdad said:
This brush isn't really a surprise revelation is it PC? :lol: Don't mistake a great value brush with a great brush, it's a fair brush but great value.
Well I've known about it for a long time. As I said I bought my Dad one nearly a year ago, but just reading this thread has made me want one for myself. I don't see my Dad that often and he mainly comes here so the opportunity to try it hasn't arisen. I just thought that I should find out what all the fuss is about. :D
 
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antdad said:
Mine shed like a dog and turned to mush. I still liked it but had I paid more than a tenner for it I wouldn't have.
Well why didn't you tell me that before I bought it? Oh well, I am still really curious to try it out and see what it's like. I mainly use my big scratchy boar brush so it should prove a decent contrast. My Semogue 1305 is completely knackered. Partly because it was a dodgy early one which kept chipping and partly because I let my toddler play with it. So I'm pretty much down to just one brush. :eek: I would be letting the side down unless I started to increase my stock somewhat. Only two DE razors is bad enough but at least I have the straight now.
 

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Ì have had this brush for 2 years and was considering a best badger upgrade. However, each time i use it, I wonder if I should. Loads of lather, even with MWF in hard water area.
No hair shedding and by now really soft but with great backbone.
I have a Mùhle synthetic but there is no comparison with the lather , or ease of creating lather. Enough for 3 or 4 passes,, although I only need 2 with my Rocca.
 
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