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    It looks like a general barber's supply place, like a Sally or something. They probably carry something just to do it, but I wouldn't buy it without any specs. Even if it's just a waste of time, that's what it would be. And cost, even though the cost is small.

    What you can do is post on a forum and see if you can get someone else to buy it and waste their time, though!

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    That brand of shaving soap has a pretty dismal reputation. I've never tried to but have seen the soap on the shelves of a Sally. I take it that Scalpmaster is a bottom-end beauty supply brand.

    Chers, Steve

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    My father was an engineer. He used to tell me that sharpening a straight razor is like trying to build a ladder to the moon out of a roll of aluminum foil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Utopian View Post
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    Auto correct never works when you want it to.. lol.

    Cheers, Steve

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    Pretty sure I've seen it at Sally's when I was grabbing my barbicide. It was around 12$ iirc. I would not put a blade to it. It seemed the fine side may have been 600-800. That was the one I saw anyhow.


    Enjoy the day,
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    It's amazing / sad...the things people pass off as straight razors and straight razor accessories.

    What's even more sad is that people often fall for this stuff....

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