What are you stockpiling today?

#4
...backed-up or over stocked not sure which - Old Spice Soap & AS; Haslinger Coconut (Tallow); I Coloniali Mango Oil; D R Harris Arlington, Cella, Tabac and loads of Arko and Palmolive especially Palmolive as I always seem to buy a couple if I see them less than 49p and buy a load more when the usual "Palmolive discontinued" posts emerge every 6 months or so; totally irrational now but heh having countless razors, brushes and smellies is, I suspect er very unusual amongst people who do not frequent shaving forums!...
 
#7
Always tempting , but in reality I have enough soap, cream, aftershave, and balms, to last a good 5 years....However, I am a little low on razor blades at the moment, I like the Trig Stainless Silver Edge - smooth and sharp and at less than £32.70 for 600, shipped, (from Connaught) so, if I was going to stockpile anything, it would be those.
NOTE: Currently working my way through some Super-Max Blue Diamond / Dorco Prime Platinum blades, both decent, with the Super-Max just shading it for me....Still prefer the Trig though - sharp enough, and smooth.
Hope your Sunday morning shaves were relaxed and trouble free.
 
#14
I'm not stockpiling anything as everyone knows post Brexit (Yeah like we are going to be allowed to leave) the U.K will cease to exist and we will spontainiously combust from all the hot air and where we once were there will just be a charred spot on the map.
Hum, don't worry, for us Europeans, it's a done deal (whether it'll be hard or soft, or even semi-hard/semi-soft), it is as if the UK had already left... It hasn't been up for debate in European summits for quite some time now ; besides, I'm pretty sure that the banking services of the City are more than welcome in Frankfurt. UK and EU negotiators are just discussing the book keeping details.;)

As for the stockpiling, I very much doubt that any forum members will run out of shaving products during the transition period (if there's one of course). The higher tariffs to come won't mean a blockade (will they?) :)
 
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#16
Hum, don't worry, for us Europeans, it's a done deal (whether it'll be hard or soft, or even semi-hard/semi-soft), it is as if the UK had already left... It hasn't been up for debate in European summits for quite some time now ; besides, I'm pretty sure that the banking services of the City are more than welcome in Frankfurt. UK and EU negotiators are just discussing the book keeping details.;)

As for the stockpiling, I very much doubt that any forum members will run out of shaving products during the transition period (if there's one of course). The higher tariffs to come won't mean a blockade (will they?) :)
Lets see how long you last before other countries held to ransom want to leave when there is a financial hole to plug, it’s one thing taking massive subsidies it’s another thing when the subsidies stop and you are asked to contribute instead of just holding out your hands when you cannot cope.
 
#20
If deals are not done and prices go up then so be it. Most European shaving products are quite cheap and tarrifs will not add much to costs.

The only thing I would be stockpiling is blades. I know they are not going to disappear any time soon but eventually they might. Unless governments step up their drives to reduce the usage of plastics.


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