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    Not a shaving cut, a restoration cut. Never underestimate how sharp a "Dull" razor is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHed View Post
    Not a shaving cut, a restoration cut. Never underestimate how sharp a "Dull" razor is.
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    I'm so paranoid when carrying my razor around the house to avoid this. That is a good chunk out of your finger. Just curious, what size of razor is that? 4/8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoman View Post
    Welp got the first decent slice in my cheek today. It was weird I was so focused on a future step in my shave and how I was going to tackle that my more standard section jumped out to say hello I bleed too. Does beg the question from some vets when you cut yourself early in the shave do you stop and get it to quit bleeding or just press forward? Attachment 288671
    I keep on wacking whiskers....you might another cut to tend to.....so go to the corner and let the cut man do his job !
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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHed View Post
    Not a shaving cut, a restoration cut. Never underestimate how sharp a "Dull" razor is.
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    wow, you didn't even get one pass in, how did you manage that? ... I saw the pic, posted than decided to read.
    well, had I known this thread was here, I would had had tones to post
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    Yes. 4/8 Paul Aug Weck

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    Well, I've been doing this a long time, with at most a nick from a SR. Tonight, I scored with a Muhle R41 and a Feather blade, both of which I've used MANY times before with no injuries. I have no idea how I did it, but it's like a paper cut, and I'm on Blood thinners, and to make it more interesting, my wife "borrowed" my styptic pencil, and I had to use the old "piece of Kleenex" trick! Name:  fullsizeoutput_16ca.jpg
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    A very deep cut, all the way down to the tendon. You could say it was done with surgical precision!

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    In case you wonder, it actually WAS surgery, and I spent almost 3 weeks struggling to even wipe my own butt!
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    Do not ever use a straight to cut the thanksgiving turkey!!! Especially if you drank something else than mineral water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magpie View Post
    ... and I spent almost 3 weeks struggling to even wipe my own butt!
    I'm left wondering if you'd been practicing to shave with your off hand, whether or not your coordination for this activity would have been improved... ?


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    When my hand was in a cast I used DEs.
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