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    I made three of these and thought I'd post a pic here. Some relatives of mine asked me to make 3 sets of Safety razors & Brushes, over the summer. Well recently one of them said it would be nice if I had something to put this stuff in. So I got to work and came up with this. I made it from reclaimed oak, and sprayed them down with a black epoxy paint. I think they turned out fairly well, not fantastic but I'd set it in my bathroom.

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    They look great,good work
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    I'd have no problem with that in my bathroom at all. Nice job man.
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    Very nice !!

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    Came out very nice. It's simple, yet functional and the contrast between the red and black jumps out. And you made it so you probably didn't have to spend a dime for it, and saving money is always a good thing in my book.
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    Well, the wood was free that's always a plus in my book
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    That's pretty awesome. Looks great with the red.
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