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Shaving tips

MÜHLE Tutorial - how to clean a shaving brush
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Tutorial - how to clean a shaving brush
Your shaving brush will give you many years of shaving pleasure. The following instructions will help you to enjoy it even more.
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Maintainance for brushes
Redness, irritation or razor burn after the morning wet shave are all too familiar problems. Here are some tips on how to shave properly and gentle to the skin.
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The proper shave
MÜHLE Tutorial - how to clean a shaving brush

Lather and soap residues harm the fine hair in long term and inevitably cause the brush to lose hairs. The brush must therefore be rinsed carefully after each use.

This is a step by step, easy to understand video tutorial on how to clean your shaving brush after use.

Cleaning the shaving brush

Run clear water down into the middle of the brush head and stroke through the material several times from different angles.

Make sure that even in the middle of the brush head – where the hairs are attached to the handle – there are no more lather residues visible.

Avoid using very hot water for lathering and rinsing. The water temperature should not exceed 45 °C. When cleaning, do not use chemical detergents, vinegar, Dettol, borax or similar substances.
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Storage

When wet, never store the brush in closed containers such as travel boxes or toilet bags. We recommend our Silvertip Fibre® travel shaving brush.

Hang the shaving brush to dry in a suitable holder. You will find matching holders for each product series in our range.
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Care of shaving brush handles made of natural materials

Handles that are made of natural materials such as wood or horn must be dried with a soft cloth after each use.

You can seal the surface at longer intervals by applying suitable care oils. We recommend the MÜHLE material care oil which is specially designed for this application.
more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
After shaving, rinse out the natural hair or synthetic fibre brush with clear water. Shake out the surplus with a loose wrist movement. Finally, the shaving brush is placed upright or hung in a fitting holder.

The perfect helper: a complete shaving set that we also offer with a shaving bowl.
more
Shaving with a safety razor requires a little practice. Getting started will be easier if you follow these instructions.
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Shaving with a safety razor
Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber explains in a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
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No. 1 - Teaser
Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber explains in a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
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No. 2 - Double Edge Razor Shave
MÜHLE Tutorial - how to clean a shaving brush

Lather and soap residues harm the fine hair in long term and inevitably cause the brush to lose hairs. The brush must therefore be rinsed carefully after each use.

This is a step by step, easy to understand video tutorial on how to clean your shaving brush after use.

Cleaning the shaving brush

Run clear water down into the middle of the brush head and stroke through the material several times from different angles.

Make sure that even in the middle of the brush head – where the hairs are attached to the handle – there are no more lather residues visible.

Avoid using very hot water for lathering and rinsing. The water temperature should not exceed 45 °C. When cleaning, do not use chemical detergents, vinegar, Dettol, borax or similar substances.
more

Storage

When wet, never store the brush in closed containers such as travel boxes or toilet bags. We recommend our Silvertip Fibre® travel shaving brush.

Hang the shaving brush to dry in a suitable holder. You will find matching holders for each product series in our range.
more

Care of shaving brush handles made of natural materials

Handles that are made of natural materials such as wood or horn must be dried with a soft cloth after each use.

You can seal the surface at longer intervals by applying suitable care oils. We recommend the MÜHLE material care oil which is specially designed for this application.
more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
After shaving, rinse out the natural hair or synthetic fibre brush with clear water. Shake out the surplus with a loose wrist movement. Finally, the shaving brush is placed upright or hung in a fitting holder.

The perfect helper: a complete shaving set that we also offer with a shaving bowl.
more
Shaving with a safety razor requires a little practice. The skin also needs some time to grow accustomed to the shave. Getting started will be easier if you follow these instructions: 

Step 1:
Moisten the beard area, preferably with warm water, and lather it thoroughly with a brush. If possible, use a highly effective moisturising shaving cream or soap. This will allow the blade to slide over the skin more easily. 


Make sure that the razor head and handle are firmly attached to each other, but only tighten the screw to the extent that it can be unscrewed without much effort.


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Step 2:
Now begin with the shave. Hold the safety razor at an obtuse angle (approx. 30°) to the skin.

Start with the cheeks and allow the razor to slide over the skin, applying gentle pressure. 

Always shave in the direction of the beard growth (with the grain).


more
Step 3:
When shaving the neck, stretch the skin tight with your free hand.

Do not be discouraged by small cuts or grazes. Once you have familiarised yourself with the razor, they will rarely occur. 

For practised shavers: by slightly loosening the handle (approx. ½ a revolution) the angle of the blade is increased. This enables you to shave very cleanly in contours. 

Always tighten the handle before continuing with the rest of the shave.

We recommend our rust-proof MÜHLE razor blades which are the perfect match for our safety razors.
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MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Teaser


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Double Edge Razor Shave


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber explains in a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
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No. 3 - Three ways to lather
Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber explains in a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
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No. 4 - Straight Razor Shave
MÜHLE Tutorial - how to clean a shaving brush

Lather and soap residues harm the fine hair in long term and inevitably cause the brush to lose hairs. The brush must therefore be rinsed carefully after each use.

This is a step by step, easy to understand video tutorial on how to clean your shaving brush after use.

Cleaning the shaving brush

Run clear water down into the middle of the brush head and stroke through the material several times from different angles.

Make sure that even in the middle of the brush head – where the hairs are attached to the handle – there are no more lather residues visible.

Avoid using very hot water for lathering and rinsing. The water temperature should not exceed 45 °C. When cleaning, do not use chemical detergents, vinegar, Dettol, borax or similar substances.
more

Storage

When wet, never store the brush in closed containers such as travel boxes or toilet bags. We recommend our Silvertip Fibre® travel shaving brush.

Hang the shaving brush to dry in a suitable holder. You will find matching holders for each product series in our range.
more

Care of shaving brush handles made of natural materials

Handles that are made of natural materials such as wood or horn must be dried with a soft cloth after each use.

You can seal the surface at longer intervals by applying suitable care oils. We recommend the MÜHLE material care oil which is specially designed for this application.
more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Moisten the shaving zone – the face and neck – with warm to hot water.

Make a loose lather from shaving soap or cream with the brush, apply in gentle strokes and enjoy the massage effect, then allow to take effect for one or two minutes.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
Without applying too much pressure, shave off the beard using a sharp blade. The point at which you begin and whether you shave against the grain can vary individually, and is ultimately a matter of experience. 

Then rinse the skin with fresh water. After shave, nurturing cream or balm refresh and care for the skin at the same time.


more
After shaving, rinse out the natural hair or synthetic fibre brush with clear water. Shake out the surplus with a loose wrist movement. Finally, the shaving brush is placed upright or hung in a fitting holder.

The perfect helper: a complete shaving set that we also offer with a shaving bowl.
more
Shaving with a safety razor requires a little practice. The skin also needs some time to grow accustomed to the shave. Getting started will be easier if you follow these instructions: 

Step 1:
Moisten the beard area, preferably with warm water, and lather it thoroughly with a brush. If possible, use a highly effective moisturising shaving cream or soap. This will allow the blade to slide over the skin more easily. 


Make sure that the razor head and handle are firmly attached to each other, but only tighten the screw to the extent that it can be unscrewed without much effort.


more
Step 2:
Now begin with the shave. Hold the safety razor at an obtuse angle (approx. 30°) to the skin.

Start with the cheeks and allow the razor to slide over the skin, applying gentle pressure. 

Always shave in the direction of the beard growth (with the grain).


more
Step 3:
When shaving the neck, stretch the skin tight with your free hand.

Do not be discouraged by small cuts or grazes. Once you have familiarised yourself with the razor, they will rarely occur. 

For practised shavers: by slightly loosening the handle (approx. ½ a revolution) the angle of the blade is increased. This enables you to shave very cleanly in contours. 

Always tighten the handle before continuing with the rest of the shave.

We recommend our rust-proof MÜHLE razor blades which are the perfect match for our safety razors.
more
MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Teaser


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Double Edge Razor Shave


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Three ways to lather


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
MÜHLE TUTORIALS by THE NOMAD BARBER
Straight Razor Shave


Miguel Gutierrez, known as "The Nomad Barber", has visited barbers all around the world over a period of years in a unique project and researched their traditions and methods. The trained hairdresser operates his own barbershop in London, where international barber and shaving culture is applied in practice.

In a series of tutorials for MÜHLE SHAVING CULTURE Miguel explains different shaving techniques and the correct preparation of the beard hair.
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