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Fits half of a shave stick
Twist-up Shaving Stick Containers, .75 oz This and the 2.0 oz. size work great for making your own shave stick, or making a shave stick more convenient to use. I drilled a hole in a Speik shave stick and it works great in the 2 oz. tube. This .75 oz. tube is the same diameter, but shorter, so it holds half a stick. I cut a Palmolive stick in half, then poked it with a chopstick before pushing it down onto the plastic shaft. Perfect, and more compact for travel. For another tube, I scooped out some Proraso “croap” out of its bowl and pressed it into the tube and pushed it down with my fingers and a chopstick. I will let it air dry a few days (it was a little wet) and see how it sets up.
It' Back, and At the Right Price
Double Edge Blade "Bank" Some time ago, I bought a couple of these to use over several years. It takes the mental jiu-jitsu out of safely disposing of used DE blades. And, since one nice plus of DE shaving is their eco-friendly design (all metal, not encased in plastic like the multi-blade cartridge *du jour*), this blade bank, being metal itself, allows to safely toss your spent blades and, once filled to capacity (roughly 100 blades or so), just toss the whole thing in with the rest of your metal recycling. (Hot tip: take a channel-lock pliers and crush the top part of the bank until the blade slot is shut closed, making certain no blades slip out while being jostled on the way to the recycling plant.

If you're an itinerant wet shaver, buy two or three at a time: while the price has apparently drifted back to reasonable, you never know how long it'll stay that way.
Economical and useful container
White Low Profile Jar with Domed Lid This container is perfect for storing soap pucks that are not currently being used in rotation.
wcs basic alum aftershave bar
WCS Basics Alum Aftershave Bar The alum bar performs as well as others I've used, what I especially liked was the plastic storage case that it came in, I thought that was a nice touch.
No Fuss, No Muss containers.....
White Low Profile Jar with Domed Lid They do and work like they are supposed too. Drop your standard soap puck in, close the lid and add your label or write on them with a marker. Can lather right out of them without any issues. Pretty good quality plastic containers. Worth it in my book...
Inexpensive and metal
Double Edge Blade "Bank" I wanted a recyclable box to safely dispose of blades (I don’t like cans because the blades can fall out). This blade bank keeps the old blades secure and I can send the whole thing to the recycler. Holds a lot of blades. I’d buy another one.
WCS 3" Strop, Latigo Leather and Linen, Mahogany Excellent quality. Works well to beautifully strop a razor. Very nice draw.
Just what I needed
Aluminum Screw Top Tin with Cover, 3.25" I like to make things like soaps myself, and I was having trouble finding a basic, empty tin that wasn't only available in bulk. I poured my shaving soaps straight into these to set.
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