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How to clean your Beard Oil Brush

 

Our Beard Oil Brush has long been a favorite with our customers.  It is sized perfectly to fit right into your tin of Beard Dry Oil to allow for a no-mess, "hands-free" application, and works great with our traditional beard oils as well.  From time to time, excess product necessitates a cleaning of the brush, so here's a quick guide on how to clean your Beard Oil Brush. 

  • Gently hand wash the bristles in warm water with a mild dish soap.  Work your fingers all through the bristles to remove all excess product;  
  • Rinse the bristles thoroughly to ensure that both the excess product and any remaining dish soap is removed; 
  • Hold the brush in one hand and brush the palm of your other hand with a repetitive up and down motion - this will help shake off excess moisture;  
  • Leave the brush to dry, bristle down, on a counter or other non-porous surface.  Be sure to not place the brush in its tin unless the brush is completely dry.
As your beard gains character, so will your brush.  It's not uncommon for a patina to develop on the wooden handle as you continue to use your brush.  With proper care, your Beard Oil Brush can last as long as your beard.

5 Comments

Nick
Nick

November 25, 2016

Hi tim, thanks for the reply. I’ve emailed as well. Also, I didn’t realize I double posted and had typos… thanks for your attention

Tim
Tim

November 25, 2016

Hey Nick,

So sorry to hear about the troubles with the Beard Oil Brush! That’s definitely not good to have your girlfriend not want to get near you. The brush is made with real horse hair so can have a bit of a horse smell sometimes. Using a scented oil and washing usually helps. Could you shoot us an email at question@canyouhandlebar.com so we can get you taken care of? For now I’d recommend just applying the beard oil by hand so you can be close to your girlfriend again. :D

Cheers,

Tim

Nick
Nick

November 24, 2016

I’m having some difficulty. I’ve used the rich twice and my girlfriend really disliked the smell of my beard after purchasing oil and brush from a dealer. The next day, I’ve narrowed down the smell is coming from the brush and not the unscented oil. I’ve followed the cleaning instructions but the awful smell persists. I am very unsatisfied with this purchase at the moment. So far I’ve washed and dried according to instructions half a dozen times and still smells like… not sure how to describe the stench that keeps my girlfriend at two arm’s length… but it’s not good.

Tim
Tim

February 19, 2016

Hey Ali,

Thanks for checking on that smell. The Beard Oil Brush is made with wood and horse hair so there can be a bit of a smell. Since it is natural there isn’t a lot that can be done. One idea would be to use the Beard Oil Brush to apply some of our scented oils. This will make the brush smell more like our oils and less like the horse hair. Hope that helps!

Cheers,

Tim

ali mahmood
ali mahmood

February 19, 2016

The brush smells bad what can i do to remove the smell, or is the smell normal.
Smells like (horse).

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