Feather Artists Club DX Folding Straight-Razor -- Real Wood Finish

$350.00 $275.00
Feather's Folding Stright-Razor is the only razor we recommend for straight-razor shaving! These DX razors can be used by beginners and professionals alike. In fact, all around the world, each one of The Gentlemens Refinery-trained Professional Barbers use this model razor to perform the worlds finest straight razor shaves on their clients. Our founder, Perry Gastis, can personally attest to using this very razor (with his personal favorite, Feather ProGuard Blades) to perform the finest straight-razor shaves on Presidents, celebrities, and VIP's. This particular satin stainless "DX" model comes in a Real-Wood finish.The Real Wood finish is a particulary good choice for individual/home users. It is an extremely high-quality and in a class by itself. If maintained with care, this razor should last at least one lifetime. Like an exquisite pocket-watch, this razor begs to be passed through generations. We recommend the following three Feather disposable blades for this razor: SoftGuard -- for light to average beards and any level user ProGuard -- for all types of beards and any level user (this our founders go-to blade) Professional -- for heavy beards and experienced users Tips for razors use and maintenance (professional and individual use): Remove blades form razor after each use. Rinse well, then spray well with an antiseptic spray e.g. Clippercide. Leave open -- in two pieces -- to dry until next use Tips and hints for blade use and maintenance (professional use): For particularly tough beards, remove and turn blades around befor any against-the-grain shaving. NOTE: Do not re-use blades -- safely dispose of blades after each client! Tips and hints for balde use (individual use): Individuals may re-use blades. We recommend that users follow recommended razor maintennce (outlined above) after each shave. In addition, we highly recommend individual users rinse and spray (with antiseptic spray) the blades between each use. NOTE: Perry's Tip - keep your blade