Simply so, how do you kill bacteria on a razor?
Rinse your razor with hot water This should sterilize the blades and remove anygunk that built up during the shave—you know, thatbacteria-friendly cocktail of whiskers, dead skin, and shavecream, mmm.
- Rinse between strokes. After every stroke (which should be withthe grain of your facial hair), give your blade a rinse with warmwater.
- Rinse more thoroughly after shaving.
- Allow the razor to dry.
- Wipe the blades clean.
Similarly, it is asked, can isopropyl alcohol be reused?
Rubbing alcohol is really inexpensive. There's nobenefit to trying to reuse it.
Clean During the Shave Run your razor under hot water after every oneor two swipes. The more frequently you rinse it, the better theshave. Clogged hair not only blocks your razor fromgetting at other hairs, it also causes repeated friction andpressure, effectively dulling your blade.