When I first bought my Weber a week ago, put a metal pot on the stove, heated it up to boiling, and put my razor and the blade in it for about 10 minutes. My Weber is stainless steel. Now, I saw this: Immerse the razor in near-boiling water. Boiling on a stove may cause damage. Over here http://wiki.badgerandblade.com/Safety_razor_maintenance. I boiled on a stove. What type of damage may it have caused? It's stainless steel, it should be able to take some heat, right? And what's the difference between "immersing the razor in near-boiling water" and "boiling on a stove"? Was it only supposed to be near-boiling, or was it supposed to not be touching the stove? Either way, this shouldn't cause any permanent damage to my Weber, should it? And what should I do next time? Should I leave it in isopropyl alcohol for 10 minutes, to prevent this potential damage?