This page is going to reveal a very simple and effective trick to quickly (one second) blast all the clogged hair and shaving cream from a razor blade which is much quicker and more effective than attempting to clean out the hair and shaving cream from a razor with just running water.
Blast Away Hair and Shaving Cream from a Shaving Razor
One of the most annoying things about shaving, for me anyways, is when I try to clean out the hair and shaving cream or soap and other gunk that accumulates within the blades after several strokes of the razor quite often, I have to worker harder than should to get the sinks running water to do a good job cleaning out this debris.
One day, recently, while shaving, my genius brain hit me with this tip and I instantly knew it was something that had to be posted here.
Use a can of compressed air, like the ones used to blast away the dust from a computers fans. After several strokes from the razor, when the razor is now clogged with your hair and the shaving cream …
- Run the blade under the running water for just a second to help soften up the clogged hair and shaving cream.
- Place the nozzle of the can of compressed air right near the shaving razor blades and give the razor a quick one second blast.
- Run the water once more through the blade to clean out anything left over.
While the end result, a baby smooth, stubble free face (or legs for some people) is quite enjoyable, with the frustration of a clogged razor out of the way I can enjoy a good, close shave even more.