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Hello,

Random stuff here. Does anyone have any recommendations for shaving razor blades I can order from Lazada? I have been using the 5 bladed orange & black brand from Tops but they've been out the past few weeks. I also went to Watsons & they were out of their 5 blade razors as well. I really don't want to pay the 600-700+ THB for Gillete so if anyone knows of a good comparable cheaper option could you post the Lazada link please?

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Just a bit of advise. Blades go dull due to oxidisation (rust) on the sharp edge. Keep them in a cup of cooking oil after each use, and they will last much longer, been there and done it.

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8 hours ago, WilliamG said:

Just a bit of advise. Blades go dull due to oxidisation (rust) on the sharp edge. Keep them in a cup of cooking oil after each use, and they will last much longer, been there and done it.

agreed my dad gave me his old single blade razor u open up to drop the blade in...i tried to bring it to LOS with my carry on...made it all the way to Oslo and they took my good blades and sent me on my way :(

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13 minutes ago, PapayaBokBok said:

old single blade razor u open up to drop the blade in

Oh, the modern kind... I've got the one that comes in three pieces and you put the blade between two machined surfaces. Great shave, but old-people-skin and sharp things is not a good match.

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If we are talking about safety razors here the best blades are feather and at 450baht for a 100, what's there not to like. 

A good quality razor is a must though as the cheaper ones can be like using a rusty old scythe to shave. 

 

Screenshot_20210914_080131_com.lazada.android.jpg

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15 hours ago, Marble-eye said:

If we are talking about safety razors here the best blades are feather and at 450baht for a 100, what's there not to like. 

A good quality razor is a must though as the cheaper ones can be like using a rusty old scythe to shave. 

Screenshot_20210914_080131_com.lazada.android.jpg

These are the best.

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I use mineral or baby oil and save the cooking oil for fries... This tip is great and part of: Basic Manscaping 101. 

On 9/13/2021 at 7:43 PM, WilliamG said:

Just a bit of advise. Blades go dull due to oxidation (rust) on the sharp edge. Keep them in a cup of cooking oil after each use, and they will last much longer, been there and done it.

 

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