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    Move it to the wall, with shelves.

    And keep the straights in the bedroom.

    That kept me out of her space...the rest of the bathroom.
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    Well ive shared before my razors pic but its in my room. Dont want to have to put soaps and AS down there too. So ill use the closet for that. Im close to filling up my second wall display. It dont hold 1/4 of what my first one holds but when both are full ill start with one of those cool boxes you got Mike.
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    No pics of my second display yet. Its got a glass front and i just dont get a very good shot of it yet. Soon. BTW, i like what you did with the mugs Mike. Very cool.
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    Do not know if this has already been posted, but youtube video of master knife maker, Stan Wilson's, shave den.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqRct7mmES0
    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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    All my shaving paraphernalia is on the cosmetic turntable, I made a mistake when I ordered it so the top is designed to hold lipstick. I will modify it next week and the razors, which are all coated with mineral oil will find a new home. The tray is normally pushed back closer to the mirror but I pulled it out so I could use the mirror to show the back side. My strop hangs from the towel bar.
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    Please, no requests for purchase. The amount of labour required to create such art is too intense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyleybob View Post
    Please, no requests for purchase. The amount of labour required to create such art is too intense.

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    Brilliant[emoji102]

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    I mourn the fact that wire hangers are in such short or non-existence these days. For years they met my needs as a non-mechanical constructor of handy little items. Once my oldest son demonstrated his abilities in the welding and building trades I turned my needs over to him.
    "The sharpening stones from time to time provide officers with gasoline."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorfeld View Post
    I mourn the fact that wire hangers are in such short or non-existence these days. For years they met my needs as a non-mechanical constructor of handy little items. Once my oldest son demonstrated his abilities in the welding and building trades I turned my needs over to him.
    I grew up poor and lazy. If it can be done, it can be done with a wire hanger. WD40, Duct tape, and a wire hanger, and Apollo 13 would have been a much shorter movie.

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    My shave den looks like (and by looks like mean 'is') a woman's bathroom. If I took a picture of it finding the shaving stuff would be like a game of Where's Waldo.

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