MWF Can you lather it?

Discussion in 'Shaving Soaps' started by Wayne, Aug 12, 2018.

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Can you lather it

  1. Yes

    88.5%
  2. No

    11.5%
  1. Wayne

    Wayne Forum Sod

    Location:
    Yorkshire
    Simple question requiring a simple Yes/No answer
     
  2. RandySp

    RandySp Veteran

    Location:
    Greece
    Didn't try with hot water but...no. Whatever I did I end up with a frothy layer.
     
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  3. MPH

    MPH Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Norfolk
    Nope. I think I nearly got a decent lather on one occasion, but had many fails.

    Would never buy it again.
     
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  4. Thug

    Thug Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Johannesburg, RSA
    Yes, every time.


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  5. Dr Watson

    Dr Watson The Other James

    Location:
    West Sussex
    Old faithful I call it.

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  6. p.b

    p.b Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Brentwood
    Lovely. I had a puck that would lather up no problem and then the replacement puck was hopeless or I’d lost my MWF mojo...
     
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  7. celestino

    celestino Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Canada
    I have never had a problem with it as I load heavily and take my time building the lather. It takes a bit longer than most soaps, but it is just fine.
    Nonetheless, I don't use it as I have never enjoyed the synthetic scent emanating from it and there are just too many other great soaps to choose from.
     
  8. Pat-W

    Pat-W Guru

    Location:
    Glasgow
    A big “FAT” yes
     
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  9. RandySp

    RandySp Veteran

    Location:
    Greece

    Wow that is what I called a lather. This is the lather I expect from a soap.

    Now sir Watson, is it possible to upload a video with the exact procedure? I would be thankful to see what you are doing.
     
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  10. Grarea

    Grarea Forum GOD!

    Good poll Wayne.
    I am a yes too.
    Although, not sure I get it as good as Dr Watson.
    Mind you I face lather, so don't know actually........
    *carries on mumbling to himself as he wanders off vaguely..............*
     
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  11. churchilllafemme

    churchilllafemme Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Burien, WA
    Like Celestino, I haven't had any problem lathering it. Perhaps it has to do with the qualities (hardness level?) of the water in our area of the world.
     
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  12. pjgh

    pjgh Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Halifax, UK
    Yes, with absolutely no issues whatsoever whatever the condition, new, old, dried, cracked; whatever water, hard, soft, cold, hot; whatever brush.
     
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  13. RandySp

    RandySp Veteran

    Location:
    Greece
    Then I must doing something wrong..
     
  14. Dr Watson

    Dr Watson The Other James

    Location:
    West Sussex
    No chance of a video presently I'm afraid, might be in a position to do things like that when I move house later in the year though! Can't say I've ever put much thought into lathering the fat, just trial and error initially until I found what worked best for me...

    • Bloom the puck for as long as you can
    • Load it like you hate it for 30-45 seconds with a damp brush (holding approximately 50% of it water capacity)
    • Move to building lather on face, dipping the brush tips in water as I go until the lather is the right consistency has a nice sheen

    I would say if your lather is thin, bubbly or dissipating then you either have too much water or not enough soap in the mix.
     
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  15. chris.hale

    chris.hale Forum GOD!

    Location:
    Cumbria, England
    Never failed with it, the lather's excellent every time.
     
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