Mitchell’s Wool Fat

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Nice 1 paul thanks i’ll give it a go.
i’ll order it now but doubt it will be here by saturday
i leave sunday morning
iv read good things about it & the price tells me it’s a no brainer
Great stuff Mike, maybe your good lady wife can send it out to you.
Wishing you a safe trip and hopefully a speedy return. :)

Paul.
 
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Right tell me is there any better soap ?

i was kindly gifted this from Paul @bladmonkey many months ago,
Obviously i had seen it around but one of those things i just hadn’t got round to getting it.

With me working abroad i’m limited to what i take with me and the mitchell’s & OSP sandlewood we’re the two soaps i craved when i was away.
Can anyone recommend a better soap or is this the pinnacle?
it’s certainly up there for me

If you see a few of my recent nonsensical SOTD posts where I was writing enthusiastic garbage about my love for the Fat.

I have a few soaps which I seem to use more than others, and The Fat is one of them.
 
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Great stuff Mike, maybe your good lady wife can send it out to you.
Wishing you a safe trip and hopefully a speedy return. :)

Paul.
Iv ordered it Paul thanks for the heads up.
i’m hoping this trip is only 6-7 weeks so might be to late for a parcel.
it takes a month roughly for a parcel so maybe touch & go
 
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I'm sure you will love it Mike, something to look forward to for when you get back from Norway.

Paul.
for sure and to be honest the price of these soaps is something else.
it really is an eye opener
you don’t need to spend £20 plus on a decent soap
although i probably will lol.

Time to start cutting back i think
 

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for sure and to be honest the price of these soaps is something else.
it really is an eye opener
you don’t need to spend £20 plus on a decent soap
although i probably will lol.

Time to start cutting back i think
You don't have to spend huge amounts of money on soap, it feels like a bit of a waste of money when you can get soap of this quality for a hand full of pocket change.
We do what we do and that's all there is to it! Those bloody rabbit holes!

Paul.
 
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You don't have to spend huge amounts of money on soap, it feels like a bit of a waste of money when you can get soap of this quality for a hand full of pocket change.
We do what we do and that's all there is to it! Those bloody rabbit holes!

Paul.
Agreed Paul
I don’t smoke don’t drink much so why not ah
your right
some of the best performing soap is have the price of the american artisans
 
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...some of the best performing soap is have the price of the american artisans

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To solve the lack of scent problem with MWF, I use it as a soap base in a super lather with creams (namely TOBS, GFT and T&H creams). That way, I get the performance and benefits of MWF along with a seasonal scent.
 
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