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Hi first post intro I'll try to keep it short and sweet I restore and hone and use straight razors I'm also a well known member over on the SRP where I'm AKA celticrusader, hopefully I can offer a little help and advice in the straight razor section from time to time.

Jamie.
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#2

Member
Los Angeles
Jamie, welcome!
#3

Member
Pennsylvania, USA
Hey there! Welcome and Happy Shaving!
James
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Chazz Reinhold HOF
Welcome Jamie!
#5

Member
Surrey, UK
Welcome to DFS, Jamie. Smile
David
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Super Moderator
(02-24-2016, 04:46 PM)Jamie Mahoney Wrote: Hi first post intro I'll try to keep it short and sweet I restore and hone and use straight razors I'm also a well known member over on the SRP where I'm AKA celticrusader, hopefully I can offer a little help and advice in the straight razor section from time to time.

Jamie.

Hi Jamie, welcome to DFS - here's a technical question for you.  I recently acquired the pictured razor from my father and it has a small pit on the blade - some sort of corrosion.  Any tips on how to handle it so it doesn't get worse and doesn't look so bad?  
Thanks
Marko

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#7
Welcome!
-Balj
#8

Member
Vancouver, BC
Hi, Jamie! Welcome and it is nice to see you, here! Happy
Celestino
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Member
Austin, TX
Hey Jamie- welcome to DFS! Great to have your expertise in the community.
Kevin
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Thanks for the welcome chaps there are a few friendly faces and names I see, Marko I can't really see much from your photo but I'm thinking it's not to serious, so why don't you try taking some 400 grit wet & dry and if that does the job work your way up the grits till the mark is gone and the higher grit wet & dry will eventually start to polish the area making it look a lot better.
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