"Schick Show"

Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by brit, Oct 22, 2019.

  1. James Kleinkauf

    James Kleinkauf Well-Known Member

    I see what you mean. Based on the link info, it does seem to be a 6th varient. I do know from shaving with it this morning, it is much more aggressive than any of my Type G versions.
     
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  2. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    Sunday shave, Feb 23rd 2020

    Razor : Schick i2 injector hydro-magic - MFG 1954-57- Great shave with a Schick blade.
    Blade : Schick injector(1)
    Soap : Razorock Santa Maria del Fiore "Firenze" - very nice soap.
    Brush: Yaki Tuxedo knot 24mm synthetic "Sagrada Familia"
    Pre-shave: Brush was my face with CeraVe hand bar soap + a dollop of Aloe Vera gel on beard area.
    Prep: cold water rinse after each pass of 3.
    Post shave :AVON "True Gent" aftershave balm and Cologne. - Great scent IMO if you like tobacco, vanilla.......
    Results: CCS,DFS,BBS + minor irritation from a ingrown hair + no weepers = [​IMG]

    Sunday shave Feb 23-2020 (2).jpg

    Have some great shaves!
     
  3. James Kleinkauf

    James Kleinkauf Well-Known Member

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  4. brit

    brit in a box

    awesome schick shave and pics Jim..
     
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  5. James Kleinkauf

    James Kleinkauf Well-Known Member

    Thanks Gary
     
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  6. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    Sunday shave March 1st 2020- I'm kind of doing a slow marathon shave with this blade, it's amazing the longevity you can receive from a Twin II blade(Japan MFG?). It is showing signs of getting a little duller but still good for some more shaves.
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    Razor : Stick Schick injector theme razor- MFG 1973
    Blade : Schick twin II injector(29)
    Soap: Colonel Conk Bayrum- good soap- mild scent with great lather qualities IMO.
    Brush : Yaqi timber wolf 24mm - great synthetic brush.
    Pre-shave: brush wash my face with CeraVe hand bar soap + a dollop of clear Aloe Vera gel on the beard area.
    Prep : Cold water rinse after each pass of 3.
    Post shave: Razorock XXX aftershave with witch Hazel+ Nivea balm.
    Results: CCS,DFS,BBS + no irritation + no weepers = [​IMG] good shave!
    Sunday shave March 1st 2020 (2).jpg

    Have some great shaves!
     
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  7. brit

    brit in a box

    cool shave and pic Ron..
     
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  8. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    Thanks Gary.
     
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  9. CrustyCat

    CrustyCat Well-Known Member

    Schick (2).jpg I love my Schicks. Here is one of a few that I have.
     
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  10. brit

    brit in a box

    very cool Kevin.hope you are well..:)
     
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  11. CrustyCat

    CrustyCat Well-Known Member

    I'm doing great Gary, thanks.
     
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  12. Ron R

    Ron R Well-Known Member

    Sunday shave, Mar 08, 2020

    Razor : Schick injector Canadian Variant E2- MFG 1930's- my first injector and one of the better models IMO.
    Blade : Personna injector (7)
    Soap : Razorock XXX- very nice in every way.
    Brush: Yaqi Timberwolf 24mm - excellent brush.
    Pre-shave: Brush was my whole face with CeraVe hand bar soap + a dollop of clear Aloe Vera gel on beard area.
    Prep: Cold water rinse after each pass of 3.
    Post shave : Razorock XXX with witch Hazel + Nivea balm.
    Results : CCS,DFS,BBs + no irritation + no weepers = [​IMG] very close shave-almost to close to my liking.

    Sunday shave Mar 08th 2020 (2).jpg

    Have some great shaves!
     
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  13. brit

    brit in a box

    fine schick shave Ron..
     
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  14. preidy

    preidy Just call me Dino

    Dang that handle sure is pretty...
     
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  15. preidy

    preidy Just call me Dino

    Circa 1970's. Schick Super II Classic by "International Silver". All metal and Silver plated. Razor handle has floral design (woman's) on the handle. Razor all metal 1.15 oz
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    Last edited: Mar 8, 2020
  16. BBS

    BBS Well-Known Member

    Those came in pewter or sterling silver both were either made by or the designs licensed from Schick and distributed through International Silver.
     
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  17. preidy

    preidy Just call me Dino

    Thanks just updated. From an estate. It cleaned up nicely as the handle was black when I received it.
     
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  18. BBS

    BBS Well-Known Member

    If it is a sterling silver one in should have some sort of silver markings on the razor though it is possible they didn't put any hallmarks on those razor handles. There are other ways to test the handle to see if it is silver or pewter but I don't know the procedure to do so right now.
     
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  19. preidy

    preidy Just call me Dino

    Didn't see any markings not much info out there except some reference to "International Silver". I removed the dark patina using the boiling water and baking soda in an aluminum foil lined glass baking pan. Worked like a charm just like it did on my early Single Rings and Double Ring.
     
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  20. BBS

    BBS Well-Known Member

    International Silver was a distributor of high end silver and pewter items like plates, candle holders, etc. They also distributed a pewter and sterling silver Schick injector that collectors call a Paul Revere or L5.

    Pewter will tarnish like silver and cleaning it using that method works on both pewter and silver. Pewter also has a darker silver color and duller luster and sheen. After doing some looking the mark you want to look for is .925 which is usually stamped on silver items made of sterling silver, just because it doesn't have doesn't necessarily mean it isn't silver but if it has that mark it is definitely sterling silver. Next test is to use nitric acid. After cleaning it you apply a drop to the cleaned surfaced. If the acid changes color it is silver if doesn't it is pewter.
     
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