YaQi 24mm 'Tuxedo' Synthetic

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I soak my brushes from time to time in a 5-10% white vinegar + water solution for a few minutes 2 to 3 times, if needed I gently brush the base of the knot with an old soft toothbrush to remove scale residues, rinse and Bob's your uncle.
 
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No vinegar so soaked in Fairy, tested lathering detergent but result was too airy for shaving:), sacrificed toothbrush, rinsed, now most of the white stuff is gone.
 
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Got a problem with residue at the very base of the knot where it meets handle, been using shaving creams lately not sure if that is important, anyway how do you keep your brushes clean?
Some individual products do indeed leave more residue than others. Proraso has been a major culprit it the past

I give my synthetic brushes a 30 minute soak, then wash with hair shampoo, once every 3 or so months.

Any crevices on the handle get cleaned with an old toothbrush

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