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Firehouse Moustache Wax

Firehouse Mustache Wax is made by a gentleman named John Pitts. He's got an awesome mustache that has been part of his life for 27 years. Someone who has used products for 27 years should be the perfect person to develop a wax and that is exactly what a mustache-wearing man needs! After being frustrated with not being able to continue getting waxes he'd come to love, he decided to make his own and brought the ingredients to the fire station when he was off and began the experimentation. If you've ever been impressed with the often-seen mustaches that are common among firemen you can only imagine that they all jumped on board with this project. It had to have good hold, but had to be easy to work, and it had to stay were it belonged even in the humid climate of Mississippi. It is suitable for many styles and ideal for holding a shape or controlling those unruly whiskers.

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Firehouse Moustache Wax Reviews
Firehouses moustache tacky
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Wacky Tacky Tacky with great hold
Works like it should.
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Light I have tried some others, but they just coat and do not control the stache. This one does. The tin looks small,but lasts long enough to be worthwhile. Smells like beeswax, too. The only way to make it perfect would be to make it work on lazy days...
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Firehouse Moustache Wax, Wacky Tacky "Having used this product before direct from Firehouse Moustahce Wax made it a no-brainer when throwing it in with the rest of my purchase. Has the best hold of any wax I've used. Would highly recommend.
Holds through the whole day,
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Light "Holds through the whole day, no matter what you do.
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Light.Works great. Just warm it up first by rubbing your fingers together.
keeps hairs in place.
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Wacky Tacky.Firm hold gives me lots of confidence. very resilient, even when eating and drinking. Has a good feel
Strong wax, just hard to use
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Light.This wax holds well but getting it from the can to my stache is tough. First, getting it on your fingers, then not ripping out your hair applying it.
Hands down the best wax out there!
Firehouse Moustache Wax, Wacky Tacky.It was a long road to finding a wax that would hold the handlebar all day that finally came to an end when I found this wax. Wacky tacky provides the maximum hold required for a crisp clean handlebar. Highly recommend it.
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