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    Lightbulb DIY Brush, Bowl, Straight, & Safety Razor Stand

    Just thought Id share a small project I started today. I made a dual razor & brush stand with a bowl holder out of some steel scraps and an old safety razor stand I had lying around. The idea was to have a spot to hold my straight and have my brush dry over my bowl. The straight holder was cut from a piece of steel bar stock and threaded over the main holder. Still needs a coat of spray paint.Name:  15101795616101437315080.jpg
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    I would like to see this loaded with goodies. I am imagining how the straight will mount but have questions.
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    Heres a pic of it holding my travel set. Name:  15101829714061321765645.jpg
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    The straight holder is a bit high for shavettes but holds straights well. Theres a chamfered dome I cut into the base that holds the monkey tail.
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    Nice job. And the spot for the tail of the straight was a good idea.
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    I would be sure to add some protection more than paint around the straight holder to protect the scales.

    I don't usually store my straights vertical but if I do I store them tail up.
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