Are muhle razor blades any good?

Very smooth and comfortable but not the sharpest blade on the market.

Where are muhle razor blades made?

MÜHLE Shaving Culture – Craftsmanship from the Ore Mountains. Made in Germany.

What are muhle razors made of?

Anodized aluminium. The anodized aluminum in the HEXAGON series promises ergonomics, grip, functionality. The matt finish in bronze, graphite and forest is now complemented by a puristic silver tone. The perfect counterpoint is provided by the high-gloss, chrome-plated surfaces of the razor and holder.

How many shaves should a safety razor blade have?

To give you a ball park estimate, most safety razor blades last around 5 shaves (plus or minus). However, while you might want to enjoy the cost savings of classic wet shaving, don’t sacrifice a superior shave! It is always better to change your razor blade before you need to, rather than after a bad shave.

Where is muhle made?

Shaving Utensils Made in Germany. In a company that is still family run today the craftsmanship handed down has provided a bridge to the development of new materials, manufacturing procedures and contemporary design.

How do you shave your shaft?


  1. Dampen the area with warm water.
  2. Trim the hair as short as you can with sharp scissors.
  3. Lather the area with natural shaving cream or gel.
  4. Use a fresh, sharp razor (not an old, rusty one).
  5. Pull the skin taut using one hand.
  6. Shave slowly to avoid cuts or scrapes.

Can you sharpen safety razor blades?

A safety razor blade cant technically be sharpened rather honed or polished. Safety razors regain sharpness when they get polished — or in shaving terms, “stropped.” Most find the process of stropping razor blades works for them but it’s a good idea to start with a few general tips in our guide.

Can you shave against the grain with a safety razor?

Shaving against the grain gets you a super close cut, but it can also irritate your skin. One solution that I’ve found works very well is to shave perpendicular, or “along”, the grain.

Who owns MÜHLE razors?

The owner and producer of the MÜHLE (or Muehle) brand is Hans-Jürgen Müller GmbH & Co. KG. The pioneering mid-sized Muhle enterprise is based out of Stützengrün, Saxony, with high-grade products distributed worldwide.

What is the difference between an open comb and closed comb razor?

Designed with distinctive ”teeth” the open comb razor head, unlike the closed comb, has no straight bar left to touch the shaver’s face leaving more blade exposed the ideal set up for the ultimate close shave.

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