You can either rinse it off and leave it to dry, or you can put the shaving soap back in its container.

TL;DR

You don’t need to rinse out your soap after you use it, but make sure you dry it out before putting the lid on it. The longer the soap is exposed to air, the more fragrance is evaporated.

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What To Do With Shave Soap After Use?

You don’t need to rinse out your soap after you use it, but make sure you dry it out before putting the lid on it. I recommend wiping out the excess lather from the container rather than rinsing it off because the longer the soap is exposed to air, the more fragrance is evaporated away. [2]

How Do You Clean A Soap Bowl?

Baking soda and apple cider vinegar can be used to make a paste to remove soap scum. You can apply the paste to your soap dish. The routine should be repeated once a week. [3]

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How Do You Clean A Shaving Scuttle?

It looked new after a bit of hot water, some dawn dish soap and a toothbrush. The toothbrush is in the webbed grooves. It’s able to get inside the scuttle as well. It goes through a dishwasher every couple of months. [4]

How Long Does 4Oz Shaving Soap Last?

It is influenced by a number of factors, but assuming your shaving soap is a medium-hardener it will likely last at least 100 shaves. Proraso and tabac are measured in grams. [6]

Does Shaving Soap Last Longer Than Cream?

It will lather much easier if you plashing a little water on the puck and letting it sit for a few minutes. Some people prefer soaps as the scent is less potent and it lasts more than a tub of shaving cream. [7]

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Sources:

  1. https://wetshavingproducts.com/blogs/articles/5-common-questions-about-shaving-soap
  2. https://www.cleanipedia.com/gb/bathroom-cleaning/how-to-clean-bathroom-accessories.html
  3. http://shavenook.com/showthread.php?tid=6570
  4. https://www.sirhare.com/blogs/shaving/how-long-does-shaving-soap-last
  5. https://www.kentofinglewood.com/blogs/news/118196420-shaving-cream-or-soap-whats-the-difference

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