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Scotch & Stowe Fatty RazorTM

traditional double edge blade

4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review )

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The Fatty safety razor by Scotch & Stowe delivers a clean, close shave with a traditional double edged blade. Features a short handle with micro engraving for an improved grip. Comes with 5 razor blades.

Features: Closed comb, double edged razor Twist top releases plate to load blade.

Benefits: Closed comb design is less aggressive than an open comb safety razor allowing for better control during shave. Twist top keeps blade in one set aggression with double blade exposure to help maximize the life of the blade. High quality stainless steel handle with brushed aluminum finish will help resist rust and wear well in a wet environment.

Additional information

Weight 3.65 oz
Dimensions 3.5 × 2 in

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1 review for Scotch & Stowe Fatty Razor

    4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Razor Sharp Nice razor. Small, compared to other razors. Nice look, hefty feel.

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Your ShaveBowl. Place ShaveSoap in the bottom of the bowl.

Prep your beard. If you want a clean shave, you need to prep your beard adequately. The goal during beard prep is to soften your whiskers so shaving is easier and causes less irritation. The best way to soften your beard is to to shave right when you get out of the shower. The hot water from your shower should hydrate and soften your beard enough for shaving.

Lather up.  Take your brush that you’ve pre-soaked with water and swirl the soap around using the textured rim of the bowl until you get a nice thick lather. Apply the lather with your brush in swirling motions.

The shave. The four keys to a successful shave with a safety razor are: 1) use as little pressure as possible, 2) angle the blade as far away from your face as possible, 3) shave with the grain, and 4) go for beard reduction, not beard removal.