Caring for your STAG Safety Razor.
A short guide on how to look after your new pride and joy.
To get the best from your Safety Razor, it's important to care for your Razor, in particular the natural wood that makes your wood razor so unique. Traditional Safety Razors need your care and attention to get the best shave every time. Remember your Wood Razor is made from Natural Woods, and whilst produced to only the highest standard, natural materials can be susceptible to damage, particularly in a wet environment. Learn more about our choice of woods here, and best practice for caring for your Safety Razor below:
After each shave, it is best practice to remove any soap residue from your Stag Razor. This can be done by removing the head and rinsing.
Our Safety Razors are ergonomically designed for comfort and ease of use. That means a simple rinse with the tap is enough to get to even the trickiest parts.
Your wood razor is made of natural British timber. It is important to dry your DE Razor with a cloth after each rinse to prevent water damage. Learn more about the Wood used in your Wood Razor here.
Always leave your Safety Razor in a dry area such as your window sill or Razor stand to dry naturally. Never leave your wood razor submerged in water.