WSP Soaps are now available in the UK

Stircrazy

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Are these a step up from Stirling in terms of performance and scent ?
I recently bought a couple of Stirling soaps from Shavingstation and those WSP soaps certainly look interesting ,thinking of either Tobacco or Mahogany.
 

RandySp

Legendary Member
Are these a step up from Stirling in terms of performance and scent ?
I recently bought a couple of Stirling soaps from Shavingstation and those WSP soaps certainly look interesting ,thinking of either Tobacco or Mahogany.
Well I believe no, the tins are also quit narrow. But they are easily lathered.

Stirling is some kind of finicky soap sometimes. You have to overload it and keep adding water or else..
 
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ManicDee

Inside a Big Dark Empty
Well I believe no, the tins are also quit narrow. But they are easily lathered.

Stirling is some kind of finicky soap sometimes. You have to overload it and keep adding water or else..
Never had that problem with the Stirling, Randy.
The WSP cream tubs are 7.44 fl oz / 220gram tubs but dearer, that's the price for importing US goods I suppose :wink:
 
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