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    I don't know what size a brush you have, but the Dirty Bird 1.5 can handle just about any normal size brush. Obviously, as you note, yours is a technique problem. Play around with technique in the Dirt Bird, where your circles are wider, and, because the top rim of the scuttle is not inverted, the lather has the tendency to overflow. That is easily remedied by scooping the overflowing lather back into the bowl with your brush. You don't have this problem with the SRD lather bowl because of the inverted rim. The only advice I have for you, really, is to play around and get accustomed to the size, depth and style of the Dirty Bird 1.5 lather bowl part. You have one of the best there.

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    I honestly have no problems with my 1.5 dirty bird just make sure u keep applying water until u get the lather to build up and u should be fine

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    Like Tyler said, water is the key. If it isn't lathering, and as long as you don't have water standing in the bottom of the scuttle, then you need more water.

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