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Product Care

Care For Your Shaving Brush

Your new brush is sterilized and should never be boiled.

Lather the brush lightly without pressure. Excessive Pressure can break the hairs and cause the brush to shed.

Always rinse your brush thoroughly in warm water, then in cold water. Shake the excess moisture out and leave in the open air to dry. The brush is possible should be placed in a stand with the hairs facing down. If you do not have a stand, simply stand the brush upright and allow to dry.

Never enclose a wet brush. (Allow to air dry as soon as possible)

Some brush knots with extra hair MAY shed at first due to the density of the knot. This is normal and not a cause for concern.

Care For Your Fountain Pen

Before the ballpoint pen, people would use the fountain pen of their choice for many years. - Sometimes for their entire life.
The more you use a fountain pen, the more the instrument becomes "Your Pen"
The pen will break in by the way you write with it and hold it. You should be the only one to use your pen. Other people's writing styles will make your pen scratchy or not feel right.

Your fountain pen will occasionally need minor maintenance. If you do not write with it for several days, the ink with dry at the nib tip. The pen may not write at all or tend to skip. To fix this, simply run stream of warm water over the tip of the nib for a second or two. The pen should now write.
If the pen was not used for a long time, you may have to hold it under a warm stream for a longer period of time and in extreme cases the the nib assembly may have to be flushed and the pen re-primed.

When not in use, the best way to store a pen is in the horizontal position.

Always try to change the cartridge BEFORE the pen runs out of ink.
If a hair or paper fibre gets caught in the nib slit, carefully extract with tweezers. You may need to inspect the nib with a magnifying glass.

NEVER use india ink or similar inks in a fountain pen. These inks have very high solids content and will clog a fountain pen. Always use inks that are specially made for fountain pens ONLY.

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