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    Maybe just a quick application of a zippo lighter. Just a quick brush fire and done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrZ View Post
    Maybe just a quick application of a zippo lighter. Just a quick brush fire and done.
    Be sure to shave a nice fire break all around so it doesn't spread to the adjacent pastures.
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    Mr Nuke,

    It’s been 30+ years since I did catheter care but back then the received wisdom was that a close shave was neither necessary nor desirable. Stubble was okay. In fact scissors would often do the job. (The hospital supplied razors were cheap and cruel!) If using a DE, I would suggest seriously riding the cap so that the blade edge doesn’t touch the skin.

    Good luck to you.

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    I take care of that patch with a straight-spike point too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoutHikerDad View Post
    I take care of that patch with a straight-spike point too.
    I’m extra careful using a spike point on my face where I can clearly see what’s going on. Not sure I would feel comfortable using it with a top-down view around those sensitive parts.
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    I was actually kidding-no way would I try that!
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    i use a wilkinson sword cheap razor from boots does the job very well tbh

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    is it safe to use if you can't see it?

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    During the 1960s, Lady Eversharp (Schick) offered a number of models in their "K" series; I purchased a trio of the "K2" -- long-handled, in Miami Vice colors, with gold heads. Usability? I figure if it's good enough for she, it's good enough for me. (of course, isn't this a classic example of "the difference between theory and practice"? )

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