Last Updated on May 24, 2023 by David Eisenman
Before you know it, the blades of your electric razor will start to become encrusted with hair and soap scum, reducing its effectiveness in keeping your face smooth and clean. Rather than resort to buying a new model, take the time to clean your razor with these three simple steps.
By following them regularly, you’ll find that your electric razor works as well as it did when you first bought it. You’ll also be able to prevent grime build-up in the future and make cleaning much easier if it does occur. Let’s get started!
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Step 1: Gather Materials
Before you start cleaning your electric razor, you’ll need to gather a few materials. You’ll need rubbing alcohol, a cotton ball, and a small bowl.
Pour Rubbing Alcohol into the Bowl: Next, pour some rubbing alcohol into the bowl. You’ll want enough to submerge the head of your razor.
Submerge Razor Head in Rubbing Alcohol (three sentences): Take your razor head and submerge it in the bowl of rubbing alcohol. Let it soak for a few minutes. This will help loosen any built-up dirt and grime.
Step 2: Add Alcohol
You’ll want to use high-proof alcohol for this step, such as vodka or Everclear. Pour a small amount into the cup that came with your razor, or into a small bowl if you don’t have one. Submerge the head of your razor in the alcohol and let it soak for at least five minutes. This will help to loosen and remove any built-up debris on the blades.
Step 3: Scrub
To really get the gunk out of your razor, you’re going to need to give it a good scrub. The best way to do this is to use an old toothbrush (or a new one, if you’re feeling fancy). Dip the brush in the alcohol and scrub away at the grime. Be sure to get into all the nooks and crannies, as this is where most of the dirt and bacteria build up.
After you’ve given it a good scrub, rinse the razor off with warm water.
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An electric razor is a convenient tool that helps you get a close shave quickly and easily. However, like all grooming tools, it needs to be cleaned regularly to maintain its performance and longevity. Luckily, cleaning your electric razor with alcohol is a simple process that only takes a few minutes.