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  • Yeah, doing OK. The problem with disposables is that they're so light that you have to apply some pressure and then it's hard to know how much. I'm guessing that a traditional DE has sufficient weight to it that you can forget about pressure and let it's own weight do the work. I'm also guessing that the sharper blade and better blade will eliminate some of the razor burn.
    Dustinl:

    Thanks for your helpful response. What I really want to get clear in my head is that the razor burn I have been getting with disposables should go away when I start to shave with a DE. I mean that's the whole reason for this big interest in classic wet shaving right? Better quality of shave? I just want a little reassurance that my expectations are well founded. Is there anything you could tell me along those lines? Thanks.
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