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8/26/2014 3:45 PM grooming • 0 Comments

5 Steps To Maintaining And Preserving A Shave Brush

  • When you’re finished shaving, rinse your brush with warm water.


  • Next, using your free hand, start squeezing (not pulling) the hairs on the brush to get out the excess shaving solution.


  • Once you’ve squeezed the hairs, start flicking the brush to eliminate any excess product or water buildup.


  • Always place your brush with the hair facing down in a stand, so any leftover water moves away from the base of the hairs. This prevents mildew from forming and stinking up the brush.


  • Never place your brush in a place without air circulation, like a cabinet or a plastic bag.




You get what you pay for, so if you buy a cheap shave brush, it’s not going to last long. If you invest in a good one, it’s definitely going to last longer. Either way, get in the habit of cleaning all your tools and taking care of them. If you take a little extra care, you’ll maintain it and can pass it down for generations to come.