My apologies to you to msandoval as well, I was not angry, but my comment made it look like I could have been, I was slightly annoyed by your word usage and attempted to use sarcasm to point it out, but I really shouldn't have said anything at all, if anything I have cause to fear any dictation police, so I will be the last one to apply for the position.Eric,
My apologies as I certainly meant no offense to anyone. Just my attempt at sarcasm. I am a big advocate for traditional wet shaving but I certaintly don't judge anyone for using whatever works best for them.
4Dot's method is safe and effective. Wonder why I didn't think of that first? :roll:Wet, dry, safety, straight, electric -- I've tried 'em all. The only thing that really works is pulling them out, one by one. And it's a nice, relaxing hobby that that be done while watching television, reading, even smoking your pipe - just be sure to keep the hairs out of your bowl.
That's what I use- Gillette Fusion. Not saying it's the best shave, but everyone strikes a different balance between comfort, price, and convenience.The best shave I have gotten so far is a new razor they have out that vibrates while you shave.
I'd be too afraid my girl would steal it and it would be out of batteries before my next shave. Anything that vibrates or has batteries that can go into a vibrator is not safe in this house 8OThe best shave I have gotten so far is a new razor they have out that vibrates while you shave.