Wet Shaving, Luxury Grooming and Smiles
Price: $1.75
$1.75
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Item Number: OP-WCS-020
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A handy tube to store your shaving sticks and it makes a great travel container.  Make your own shaving sticks by melting down a glycerin shaving soap and pouring into the tube (check with the manufacturer to make sure your soap is suitable).  Twist the bottom to raise the soap.  It has the twist-up post in the center of the tube, so you'll either have to add a hole to a shaving stick, remove the post, or melt in a glycerin soap.  Holds 2 oz.
Product Reviews
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Great for Arko!
<p>Awesome product. Like a chapstick tube for your shaving stick. Makes using Arko shaving sticks even more enjoyable. The container is durable enough for me to push the soap into it. Bought two, one for home and one for travel!</p>
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Just as described
I took Brad from Memphis' advice and just pushed my Arko stick onto the threaded rob and now I have the perfect soap stick. At this price - get a few!!
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Twist-up is great
I just got my Twist-up containers today and I love them.. Very high quality.. I use them with the Arko Shaving sticks. The Arko is soft enough to push right inside the container.. It makes using them much more pleasurable... Great product.. Thanks West Coast Shaving
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Easy ARKO stick container
This container has a plastic screw that extends up the middle. All I did was take a stick of ARKO, and poke a chopstick through the center. This allowed the stick to slide down over the screw. The stick fits somewhat loosely, but it doesn't seem to matter. For a bonus I saved my ARKO label and taped it to the front of the container.
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Does the job well.
I saw someone tear a stick of Arko up and put it into one of these containers to avoid mess, so I did the same. Works great for turning soap into a shave stick, there's no mess or mug rinsing afterwards.
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Solid, Simple Product
I have a few of these filled with grated soaps. They work just fine, and are durable enough to withstand me jamming soap in there with a spoon handle. Applying soap this way makes it easy to use enough product to ensure a good lather.