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    Default Cremo Shave Cream and products (100 percent mail-in rebate)

    Hey all,

    I was hoping more people would get to see this and take advantage of the opportunity to get in on this like I did.

    I found it here in this SRP thread: http://straightrazorpalace.com/soaps...ighlight=cremo

    I got the shave cream(which is purported to be really slick stuff) and the pre-shave face wash.

    See here for more info and get yours from your local store:

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/soaps...757-cremo.html
    Cremo Cream

    I am in NO WAY AFFILIATED with this product or company, just wanting to pass on a deal.

    Getchu some!
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    Do you have any affiliation with this product?
    Southeastern Oklahoma/Northeastern Texas helper. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
    Thank you and God Bless, Scott

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    Absolutely not, sir!

    I just thought free shave cream product wasn't a bad deal, particularly, for the budget conscious or the new guy(like me) wanting to give a new cream a try

    Kind Regards,
    Siguy

    ps-I tried to change the title after I'd posted. Not able to, that I can tell.
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    I haven't had much luck with creamo, how are u using it?

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    I haven't yet. I just picked it up today. I found out about it on this SRP thread: http://straightrazorpalace.com/soaps...ighlight=cremo

    Sounds like its worth a shot and for free? I'll try it.

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    I started the other thread. More discussion there. I've used it plain, and under Palmolive and C.O. Bigelow (at different times).
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    I just picked this up this past Saturday...I used it Sunday with a DE razor with good results. This stuff likes water. I wet my face then applied the Cremo. It covers like a lotion and not a cream. It does not lather. I shaved and kept reapplying water to keep is slick. It worked well for my light growth that day along with my Gillette Flare tip DE.

    BUT I tried it today with my straight razor and all i can say is YUCK! Since you have to keep adding water to it your free hand is always wet and slippery so I can never get a good pull to tighten my skin for the straight razor strokes. And since I am slower with the straight razor, it actually got dry.

    I do like if for the DE razor though. Just not the straight.
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    Fair criticism. Putting it under a traditional lather helps keep it wet. But that's an extra complication.

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    I have used Cremo in making an uber lather which works just fine and solves a lot of problems in using it by itself. It is very slick and that carries over into the uber lather.

    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobH View Post
    I have used Cremo in making an uber lather which works just fine and solves a lot of problems in using it by itself. It is very slick and that carries over into the uber lather.

    Bob
    Could you describe your uber lather method with the Cremo. I'll try it!
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