Razor Polishing & Buffing Cloth

SKU: 6469868

Description

If you're looking for a SAFE way to clean vintage and new safety razors, look no further than our official Razor Polishing Cloth. After years of hearing from our customers that razors were getting damaged from harsh chemicals and polishing compounds, we worked to get small jewelry cloths made up that are safe on nearly EVERY razor model. This cloth contains a polsihing compound - no added products are needed!

Safely cleans Gold, Rhodium, Nickel, Silver, Chrome, Palladium, plastic cases, glass and Aluminum. Great on Straight Razor Scales and Carbon Steel too. 

Directions: Rub surface to be polished with medium pressure. Special polishing and cleansing action works until cloth is completely darkened. Do not wash the cloth!

PLEASE NOTE: This cloth contains Polishing Compound. It is NOT A SILK SUNGLASS STYLE Cloth. Rubbing it on metal will create dark stains. This is normal - the act of any polishing is removing the metal on the surface to reveal bright, shiny metal underneath. The metal that comes off stains the cloth dark. 

 

Razor Polishing & Buffing Cloth

SKU: 6469868
$5.00
Gift wrapping: Options available

Description

If you're looking for a SAFE way to clean vintage and new safety razors, look no further than our official Razor Polishing Cloth. After years of hearing from our customers that razors were getting damaged from harsh chemicals and polishing compounds, we worked to get small jewelry cloths made up that are safe on nearly EVERY razor model. This cloth contains a polsihing compound - no added products are needed!

Safely cleans Gold, Rhodium, Nickel, Silver, Chrome, Palladium, plastic cases, glass and Aluminum. Great on Straight Razor Scales and Carbon Steel too. 

Directions: Rub surface to be polished with medium pressure. Special polishing and cleansing action works until cloth is completely darkened. Do not wash the cloth!

PLEASE NOTE: This cloth contains Polishing Compound. It is NOT A SILK SUNGLASS STYLE Cloth. Rubbing it on metal will create dark stains. This is normal - the act of any polishing is removing the metal on the surface to reveal bright, shiny metal underneath. The metal that comes off stains the cloth dark. 

 

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  • Posted by James Adams on 7th Nov 2021

    5
    Vintage razor polishing.

    I recently purchased a made-to-order rhodium plated Gillette Slim Adjust. from Razor Emporium (the razor is absolutely superb!) and I received one of these polishing clothes with it. As my Gillette Slim is in immaculate condition I of course did not go to town polishing it haha. Instead I use this cloth on a vintage 1961 Gillette Fatboy I had purchased on eBay. The razor was already in good condition but there was a water mark stain on one of the silo doors. A few passes with this cloth and those marks were gone! Now my Fatboy looks mint, very happy with this little cloth. I highly recommend it, especially if you're dealing with a dull or dingy looking razor. Razor Emporium have provided me outstanding customer service over the years, I highly recommend them to anyone. I am particularly impressed with their revamp service, I shall certainly use them again!

  • Posted by Marc on 15th Sep 2021

    5
    Does the job...

    ... without breaking the bank. I've got a couple to have them around if needed also for other polishing tasks in the house

  • Posted by GaryM on 31st Jan 2021

    5
    Great

    Very nice cloth shined up a old razor like new

  • Posted by Ed Black on 28th Oct 2020

    5
    Polishing & Buffing Cloth

    Have used for years as the finishing touch on razor refurbs and restorations. They always get more, even after using flitz. I even remember when they were included for free in the return of a Tune-Up job. I do wish the logo didn't take up a nearly a whole panel reducing its usefulness - they used to be logo-free. Regardless, nothing does better that I have found from any other source.