Brush maintenance

Kitchen

Well-Known Member
I have a few brushes that i rotate.
Now I’m wetshaving with a straight razor for about a year now I was wondering. Should I be doing something with my brushes regarding maintenance? I don’t notice any problems with any of them but is there some sort routine any of you go through with cleaning them?
 

The King

SU-Patron Gold
The only maintenance I do with both the boar and the badger brushes is to clean it once a quarter with a mild shampoo.

My Shavemac brush lost its hair, so I sent it back to Bernd.
After some research he wrote me back that the brush was well maintained so I suppose washing it with shampoo is enough.

I too have read the most extensive versions on the various forums with white vinegar etc. but I really only stick to the mild shampoo.
 

Snuff

Well-Known Member
Nothing special really, I still have my brush that I used for over 30 years in the military and that one got abused a lot, being put in the backpack still wet and crushed in between other stuff, still works.
 

shadowman12

Well-Known Member
I use a bit of dreft dishwash soap to clean my brushes and soaking them in warm water with dreft for about 5 minutes.
 
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