Friday’s Fab Find: Blew Razor Blade Dryer

Blew Razor Blade Dryer

One of the biggest perks of writing for Bridgette’s blog is getting free products to try out. Occasionally, I’ll have to follow up and say “I was NOT impressed” and sometimes I ask if can have more because the product is just that great.

Blew Razor Blade Dryer

 When I unpacked my Blew Razor Blade Dryer, click here, my roommate asked what it was. I told her it was a dryer to extend the life of a razor. She rolled her eyes. “Just join Dollar Shave Club.”  Frankly, I was thinking the same. I buy my razors for a couple of dollars at a discount store. So what if I can use them maybe 3 or 4 times? Its only $2 for 5!

 So I started using my Blew Razor Blade Dryer to dry my cheap plastic off-brand razor. I’ve been using the same razor since it arrived in the second week of September. And if you knew how hairy I am (damn my German ancestry), you’d find that sentence amazing.   It’s really not repeated use that dulls a razor. It’s oxidation rusting the blade.

 Blew Razor Blade Dryer says you can use one razor for six months by using their product, but after reading some online reviews, some people say they use a razor for up to a year! If you’re one of people, who buys those expensive razors with 4 blades and vibrating head (does the vibration do something?) a Blew Razor Blade Dryer will pay for itself in weeks.   But more than that, it will keep hundreds of blades out of our landfills. Razors can pose serious dangers both to sanitation workers and wildlife. 

 However, there is another feature that really swayed me. Years ago when I was living in Seattle, I felt a horrible pinching, I checked it out to see there was a grape sized lump in my armpit.  My doctor said shaving your armpits causes microscopic cuts and one of those cuts has become infected. No big deal. Except it hurt!  Blew  Razor Blade Dryer features a UV lights that work to sanitize your razor. These are infections may be rare but that doesn’t make them hurt any less!

Ready to try one?  Leave a comment saying why you want to try a Blew Razor Blade Dryer and you could win!  Check out the Blew Razor Blade Dyer by visiting Toilettree.com.

  • Patricia

    I’d like to try it. Not sure if I’m reliable enough. I keep forgetting my razor at the gym where I shave / shower fivesdays a week. Just lost another razor and had to replace it. Razors are cheap but those blades are darn expensive.

  • Mary T.

    I’ve tried so many ways to dry my razors. I’ve used the blow dryer. I’ve tried a small fan on the bathroom vanity. I’ve wiped it with baby oil. I try sanitizing g it in my toothbrush sanitizer! . I would love to try this. I buy better razors because I need the heftier feel in my hand and cheap razors nick me more often.

    • Aragon131

      Congrats Mary T you are a winner! send me your email with your mailing addy to cgr0130@gmail.com and your razor dryer will be on its way!

      • Mary T.

        I am so excited! Thank you.

  • Linda

    I’m intrigued. My husband and I both use the same Gillette razor heads because once at a wedding I sat next to a guest who worked for Gillette and I asked her how the razor heads were different and she said they weren’t except for color. Our razors are very old and the blades are no longer being made so I recently purchased a year’s supply of blades on Amazon and announced to my husband that we had one year before we had to transition to new razors. The razor drier may mean that we don’t have to find that next razor and that I have a lifetime supply of blades!

    • Mary T.

      It works! I am one month in and using the same razon. Sharp as ever!

      • Aragon131

        I’m so happy!

  • Mary T.

    It’s here! I can’t wait to try it and I’ll come back to this comment to update you on how well it works.
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