You should replace your shaving brush when the bristles become frayed or start to fall out.

TL;DR

You should replace your shaving brush when the bristles become frayed or start to fall out. 10 years is a pretty reasonable and typical lifespan of a quality shaving brush.

When Should I Get A New Shaving Brush?

Keeping in mind that there are a number of factors involved, even as a conservative estimate, 10 years is a pretty reasonable and typical lifespan of a quality shaving brush. [0]

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Do Shaving Brushes Wear Out?

It can take a long time for the hairs on a shaving brush to wear down. The hairs might not be strong enough to use the brush effectively and whip up a lather. [1]

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How Do You Wash A Shaving Brush?

Use a drop of washing-up liquid to clean the brush in your hand. After soaking your shaving brush in a glass of water, rinse it under a running tap. Leave your shaving brush to soak for a few minutes, in equal parts of water and vinegar. [4]

Sources:

  1. https://www.westcoastshaving.com/blogs/wet-shaving-and-grooming-blog/how-long-do-shaving-brushes-last
  2. https://www.clearconfidence.co/shaving-brushes-wear/
  3. https://kentbrushes.com/blogs/news/how-to-clean-a-synthetic-shaving-brush

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