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When safety razors age, they gather dirt and debris. So, at some point,
the blade will require cleaning. To clean a razor efficiently, you
must mix various chemicals together. If you never worked with chemicals
before, you must understand that combining certain cleaning solutions
can be dangerous. For example, an ammonia-based cleaner and a
chorine-based cleaner should never be mixed together.
Basic Cleaning Procedures
Dish soap and warm water can eliminate the dirt and grime. To clean the
exterior of the razor, use a tub and tile cleaner, such as Scrubbing
Bubbles. The plastic and painted components should be cleaned carefully
because a tub and tile cleaner can damage the surfaces.
When you use a safety razor, it should slide across your skin easily.
If the razor feels like it is pulling while you shave, the blade may be
dull. A dull blade should be replaced immediately because it could
cause a serious rash or skin irritation. In addition, if you use the
dull blade inefficiently, you could cut or nick yourself.
There is no specific time when a blade must be replaced. Typically, the
time span depends on how often you use the razor and the thickness of
If you plan to buy a safety razor, you must maintain it. When it gets
dulls, you must replace it to avoid unnecessary cuts and nicks.
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