|Razor 7/8 inch - mahogany Van Dyke - in real wood casket||+109,95 €|
The two-piece razor pull-off strap is made from Kazakh cowhide and sturdy linen fabric. By removing the razor on the leather strap before each shave, the razor sharpness of the razor blade is guaranteed. With sturdy attachment carabiner and metal handles for safe handling. Including mineral grinding paste. Dimensions: 50 x 6 cm.
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Only a sharp razor guarantees a thorough and gentle razor result . Therefore, you should pull off your razor before every shave on the leather strap . What happens? The contact of the extremely sharp razor blade with the hard beard stubble creates burrs on the blade facet in the micrometer range. These straighten themselves in the resting phase of the razor partly by itself again. When removing the razor on the leather belt , the remaining burrs are removed and the blade is as it should be: razor sharp. If the effect of the leather strap alone is no longer sufficient, it can be reinforced by adding the included grinding paste . Alternatively, the razor on the strap can be pulled off of sturdy linen fabric . Shaving equipment from AP Donovan - always a sharp thing.
For a barber, the leather belt is an indispensable tool for everyday work. Just as a top chef sharpens his knives with the sharpening steel before using them, a barber puts the final touch on the razor blade on the leather belt. Cowboys and sailors use for the same purpose sometimes the stock of their leather boots, looks pretty cool.
Important to know: Leather straps are not the same as leather straps. Professionals distinguish between so-called "shock straps" and "hanging straps". What are the differences and what do they have in common? The common ground is quickly explained: All stripper for razors are at least partially made of leather, which also explains the overarching term "leather straps". The differences are a bit more specific, so let's take a closer look:
The simplest hanging straps consist of a single leather strip. At one end a carabiner or an eyelet is attached with the leather straps attached to a hook. At the other end there is a handle, with which you bring the leather strap to the necessary tension to pull off the razor.
Two-piece hanging straps, such as AP Donovan's, consist of a leather strap and an equally-sized fabric strip of sturdy linen or hemp on the back. The fabric side is used when peeling on the leather belt no longer achieves the desired effect. For this purpose, the fabric belt can additionally be treated with abrasive paste. This type of lanyard is also called "Profiriemen".
In a shock strap, the leather strap is stretched on a suitably large board, which eliminates the need to attach and manually tighten the puller belt. In most cases, a handle for better handling of the bumper is attached to one end of the board. If the tension of the leather belt is adjustable by means of a clamping screw, this is called a "tensioning belt". Incidentally, the name "shock strap" is misleading - the razor blade is also pulled on this version of the puller belt and is not pushed.
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