07-12-2013, 01:11 AM
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: Bombilla:: BombillaConfusedliced ​​Soaps, my new foaming technique...

With MWF.




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 07-12-2013, 07:10 AM
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Thanks for posting. I wasn't able to follow the narration, but still interesting.

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 07-14-2013, 11:08 AM
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(07-12-2013, 07:10 AM)taborcarn Wrote: Thanks for posting. I wasn't able to follow the narration, but still interesting.

Hi taborcarn, I will do a quick translation for you. BTW it's Spanish
"Today I will present a technique that will permit good, quick and abundant lather. The technique in question consist of using slivers of soap in a solution of water. I have hard water where I live thus I use either mineral water or distilled water. I heat it up and add an amount in the mortar. Here I'm using an English Soap MWF which is very good quality but difficult to lather and takes effort to make lather. With a potato peeler I'll make some slivers and introduce them to the bowl. As I said if you heat up the water, in addition to having a more pleasant shave it will also accelerate the dissolving of the soap. It has been 3 minutes now and I believe sufficient time has passed. Here is the results of the soap. I will be using a Semogue 2000 Brush with a knot of 25mm which is quite dense."
The rest is him talking etc of how he's grunting away making lather. This was odd, it seemed as if he was digging to china....poor bowl
In any case he uses very hot distilled water in an empty bowl and he uses one must assume because he does not talk about whether or not the boar brush is dry or not, but one would assume from the looks of it that it is dry.
Hope this helps

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 07-14-2013, 11:08 AM
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(07-12-2013, 07:10 AM)taborcarn Wrote: Thanks for posting. I wasn't able to follow the narration, but still interesting.

Hi taborcarn, I will do a quick translation for you. BTW it's Spanish
"Today I will present a technique that will permit good, quick and abundant lather. The technique in question consist of using slivers of soap in a solution of water. I have hard water where I live thus I use either mineral water or distilled water. I heat it up and add an amount in the mortar. Here I'm using an English Soap MWF which is very good quality but difficult to lather and takes effort to make lather. With a potato peeler I'll make some slivers and introduce them to the bowl. As I said if you heat up the water, in addition to having a more pleasant shave it will also accelerate the dissolving of the soap. It has been 3 minutes now and I believe sufficient time has passed. Here is the results of the soap. I will be using a Semogue 2000 Brush with a knot of 25mm which is quite dense."
The rest is him talking etc of how he's grunting away making lather. This was odd, it seemed as if he was digging to china....poor bowl
In any case he uses very hot distilled water in an empty bowl and he uses one must assume because he does not talk about whether or not the boar brush is dry or not, but one would assume from the looks of it that it is dry.
Hope this helps

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 07-14-2013, 11:57 AM
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Great, thank you for the translation.

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