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I thought some of these were lost forever. Yesterday, my parents dropped off a bin in my garage and inside I found my missing 2004-2007 LAN badges. I had to share my joy:
Question: how does one properly sanitize the razor?
Depending upon what you have at your disposal, you can either soak it in a barbicide solution for about ten minutes, do the same thing with isopropyl alcohol, or put it in boiling water for 5-10 minutes. I feel compelled to say you must wait for it to cool down before touching it, should you use the third method.
The first DE razor that I ever purchased was a Merkur 23C "Long Handle Classic" and even though the razor has a great reputation, I've only achieved mediocre results with the razor. It's almost like there's a slight difference in how aggressively one side of the razor shaves vs. the other. Since I get consistently great shaves with my 1974 Gillette Superspeed, I've discontinued using the LHC almost altogether.
Rather than let it waste away in my bathroom cabinet, I've decided to try something novel, and pass it around to my fellow Icrontians.
My expectations are as follows:
I call this the 'Brotherhood of the traveling razor.'
Post "in" if you're interested in participating. Whoever is in first will receive it from me, freshly cleaned and sanitized with barbicide.
It has begun.
If you implement that plan, I recommend painting it white with Drylok. I used it on the weepy cinder block basement walls of my first house and it was like magic. This stuff kept the interior of the laundry room dry ever since.
Painting the brick white, giving Nicole a case of spray paint, and walking away.
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