Now that you’ve simplified your monthly razor purchase and they are delivered straight to your door, make them last. Follow these steps to care for and prolong the life of your razor.
Rinse and Repeat
After every couple of swipes while shaving, rinse the blade under running water. Clogged hair not only blocks your razor from getting at other hairs, it also causes repeated friction and pressure, effectively dulling your blade.
Clean After Shaving
Using hot water at a higher pressure, run water through the blades from the back. If hairs are still stuck, angle the blade 45 degrees to get into those harder to clear spots.
With all of the rinsing, water is a fundamental part of keeping your blades. However, after shaving, water is detrimental; It rusts steel and initiates lockjaw on a razor’s pivot points. As soon as you finish rinsing the blade for the final time, dry your blade using a towel (with the grain, so as not to cut yourself). Ladies, reach for a hair dryer to speed the process up and free any remaining hairs.
Give It A Safe Space
Keep your blade safe while in the most humid room in the house. Try keeping it in a ziplock back or inside a drawer for an extra layer of protection from the moisture.
Toss It When It Gets Rough
All razors have a termination date regardless of care. When it’s time to let it go, toss it. If you feel the razor drag on your face, it’s time. When going with the grain, it should glide. If you feel any pull on it, it’s likely time to hit the spring-loaded eject and replace with one of your monthly subscription of cartridges delivered to your door.
Too much maintenance? Our Angel subscription allows you to receive four disposable razors on a recurring basis. Angel razors come as the high-quality Affinity3 with 4 disposable razors. If you’re looking for a disposable razor set, this is the one for you. The three-blade razors have double-coated blades, providing a close and smooth shave, and you don’t have to worry about the razor care above! Shave and Toss, Or Shave, Shave, Shave and Toss! It’s up to you!