Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by brit, Jun 16, 2021.
For some reason I took the dice out haha
The little mini blade holder it’s supposed to be at the top and it fits perfect in the plastic little cut out but I have to put it in the bottom to fit the dice
Gillette Flare Tip (TV Special)
Gillette 7o'clock SharpEdge
awesome gillettes and pics gents.
#21 second gen aristocrat
Thank you, have a great weekend.
yourself as well.
Oh sure, break out those Rhodium plated master pieces.
cheers Mac.hope you are well.
I'm doing well but helping to keep surgeons in business.
Gillette Gold Tech / Kai blade
Yes!!!! ✊How aggressive is it? I’m wondering if it’s more aggressive than the Gillette senator?! Because in my opinion the Senators are the most aggressive Gillette I’ve ever tried excluding the Adjustables
Well, okay then...
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It’s crazy that every single mirror is broken from the glue in the back
The silver plate from behind the mirror is breaking down. The most common cause is moisture, like being in a bathroom.
Gillette Slim / Gillette 7o'clock SharpEdge
I'd disagree, look at just about any antique mirror and you'll see the coating deteriorating behind the glass. Typically caused by chemical reaction with the adhesive which is why so many of these executive mirrors are affected.
Glue compounds and long term effects can be tricky. One of my customers delivered the headliners for the Durango to Chrysler. They lost the contract when they switched to a less expensive adhesive, and experienced a 70% field failure rate within 10,000 miles...sagging headliners.
I'm just glad I can see anything in this mirror!
I've worked in the glass business for many years, home, auto, etc., since I was 17 years old. Yes the adhesive can break down, especially silicone, which is a no-no. But most mirrors I've replaced were bathroom ones damaged from constant moisture.
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