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    Had to give it a try................Yuk

    Worst shaving brush ever lol!!!! But it will work fine for cleaning computer keyboards and things like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolodave View Post
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    For $1 I had a good idea what I was getting lol!!!
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    can you reuse the handle at least?

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    Doubtful, it's very small. It will make a fine computer keyboard brush. Side note: the knot fell out opening the package lol!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brontosaurus View Post
    Pix please!
    Here you go, the blue handled one obviously lol

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    You can get some decent synthetic and boar brushes for $10, but anything less than that is likely to be junk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayClem View Post
    You can get some decent synthetic and boar brushes for $10, but anything less than that is likely to be junk.
    I knew it was going to be a cleaning brush with a 95% certainty lol!! I work with a bunch of really young guys and a few are interested in traditional shaving, if it would have worked it would have been a good intro brush but it was garbage for a shaving brush
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    Yeah I bought a couple for my 5 yr olds to play with. Knot fell out when I opened one of them also.. Might hit it with super glue and use as keyboard brush or in a car for cleaning cracks.
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