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Leather strops

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Leather strops are essential when it comes to classic, wet shaving.
Stropping your straight razor before every use is the most important thing when it comes to maintaining it nice and sharp.

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Trendhim Leather Strap For Straight Razors
$41.95
Giesen & Forsthoff 2-pack Solid Razor Strop Paste
$18.95
Frank Shaving Simple Small Leather Strop
$39.95
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Frank Shaving Classic Leather/Canvas Leather Strop
$46.95
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Frank Shaving Classic Leather Strop With Handle
$55.95
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Frank Shaving Simple XL Leather Strop
$55.95
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Bison Horsehide Strop
$167.95
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Bison Brown English Bridle Razor Strop
$167.95
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Bison Black English Bridle Razor Strop
$167.95
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Razolution Solingen Leather Strap
$59.95
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Titan Brass Knuckles Leather Strop
$125.95
Titan Top Grade Razor Strop
$55.95

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A leather strop is absolutely necessary for straight razor shavers

By using a leather strop, you'll keep a fine edge on your straight razor because the back and forth motion realigns the edge by removing small scratches and dents, keeping your razor as sharp as possible and ready to handle even the toughest stubble!

How to use a strop

There are numerous guides and videos online that will help you understand the proper way to get the most out of your strop. Essentially, there are two methods to hone your blade. Both work very well and your choice should come down to your personal preference.
You can either lay the strop on a flat surface or, use the top lock to tie one end up so you can strop freely. Professional barbers attach the strop to their barber chairs and attain excellent sharpness using that method.
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