When initially coming to the light and beginning to wetshave, a website selling shave gear recommended storing your blades either in an oil or alcohol between uses to prevent oxidation and thus improve the length of the blade's life. Last week I decided to buy a small mason jar and fill it with 91% isopropyl alcohol to store the blades in between uses. That said, I noticed small rust spots on my feather after one day (not on the shaving edge but more in the "body"). I also pulled out a Derby that had one shave after 4-5 days and found multiple rust spots on the shaving edge but none on the "body." So, my question would be if anyone knows of a better way to store the blade so that it prolongs the shaving lifespan.