When razor blades or blades are exposed to moisture, an oxide layer forms on the metal. People often throw away or throw away razors when they rust, not knowing that the rust that has formed on them can be removed and they can be used safely for much longer. Here are some simple tricks you can use to extend the life of your razor blade.
White wine vinegar: Clean the razors with white vinegar and a used toothbrush. Make sure you use enough vinegar so that the blade is completely submerged and let it sit for a few minutes. The acidity of the white vinegar removes the rust from the razor blades.
Sea salt or normal table salt, white vinegar and an old toothbrush: Mix salt and white vinegar in a bowl, insert the razors, let them rest for a few seconds, then clean the blades with a used toothbrush and dry them with a towel. Sterilize the razors with a little alcohol, dry them with a cotton pad and they can be reused for much longer.
Rinse the razor blade well with water: Simply wash the razor blade with water. The water temperature is not relevant. You don’t need soap or other chemicals. Make sure you turn them upside down and let the water run through the grooves on the blades.
Fill a small bowl with white vinegar: Put the razor blade in the bowl and let it soak in the vinegar for at least 30 seconds. You can soak it for a few minutes if you’d like, especially if you’re dealing with stubborn rust.
Lemon juice and salt: Cut the lemon in half, tTake one of the lemon halves and squeeze the juice into a container. Put the razor blade in the bowl and at least let it soak.
Extends the life of razor blades: Rinse the razor blades well after each use to prevent hair from getting stuck in them.