Wehrmacht hygiene kit
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The kit includes everything you need for a comfortable life in the dugout, comrade!

  1. Hand soap "Zaza"
  2. Tooth soap "Solidox"
  3. A towel with a H.U. and Eagle stamps
  4. Foot powder "Vasenol"
  5. Toilet roll "Hackle. Servus"
  6. Pocket mirror
  7. Tooth brush

Hand soap "Zaza"

Reproduction of hand soap "Zaza" during the war. Inside the handmade light gray soap. Size: 4x6cm



Tooth soap "Solidox"

In addition to recreating the packaging, we came up with a recipe for tooth soap and cook it ourselves, as part of the glycerin base and tooth powder. Let's face it: brushing teeth toothpaste "Blend-a-Med" delicious and familiar. But where to get it in your trench, comrade?

Tooth soap "Solidox"

In addition to recreating the packaging, we came up with a recipe for tooth soap and cook it ourselves, as part of the glycerin base and tooth powder. Let's face it: brushing teeth toothpaste "Blend-a-Med" delicious and familiar. But where to get it in your trench, comrade?


Handtuch. Soldier's Towel

Perhaps the most authentic towels for the reenactment of the Wehrmacht.
Fabric - Linen-cotton, the texture is almost identical to the original.
We made our towels in two sizes: 50x86 cm, such dimensions allow it to be used not only for hands. And a cheaper size 50x65 cm for hands and face.
On the towel is stamped H. U. (Heeres Unterkunft in translation: Property of the army) and Army eagle.



Foot powder "Vasenol"

Reproduction of foot powder popular at the time the brand "Vasenol". Inside 34 grams of powder without any fragrance.

Foot powder "Vasenol"

Reproduction of foot powder popular at the time the brand "Vasenol". Inside 34 grams of powder without any fragrance.

Toilet paper "Servus"

Replica toilet paper roll factory Hackle.
Roll perforated toilet paper was invented by German entrepreneur Hans Klenk in 1928. In each roll there were exactly one thousand sheets separated from each other by perforation. Klenk had no doubts about the need for industrial production of "curlers" and in 1928 he founded the factory in Ludwigsburg. For the name of the company he used the first letters of his name and surname: Hakle. In addition, he came up with a very effective from a psychological point of view advertising slogan: "Demand rolls Hakle, and you do not have to say the word "toilet paper".



Tooth Brush

The original post-war toothbrush. The exact equivalent of a Wehrmacht toothbrush.

Tooth Brush

The original post-war toothbrush. The exact equivalent of a Wehrmacht toothbrush.

Pocket mirror

Compact pocket mirror 56 mm in diameter. It was very popular in Germany in the 30s. There were a lot of types. In fact, such mirrors were advertising a wide variety of brands, products or services.
You can choose from two types of mirrors:
1. On the back of the mirror is an advertisement for Hämatopan. Dr. A. Wolf, Bielefeld.
2. On the back of the mirror is an advertisement for the studio-workshop Ludwig Raab in Traunstein.
3. On the back of the mirror is an advertisement for the atelier Ottmar Maier in Kaufbeuren.
4. Pocket steel mirror, made of stainless polished steel similar analogues were in use at the time.



Pocket steel mirror

Special shaving mirror, made of stainless polished steel similar analogues were in use at the time. Mirror comfortable size: 9x12cm fits perfectly in the chest pocket of the jacket, but not too small and allows you to shave comfortably

Pocket steel mirror

Special shaving mirror, made of stainless polished steel similar analogues were in use at the time. Mirror comfortable size: 9x12cm fits perfectly in the chest pocket of the jacket, but not too small and allows you to shave comfortably