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What is blade buffing?

Terrance
Bentonville, AR

 

After finishing your regular shave passes, sometimes there are areas where a small patch of stubble still remains. Blade buffing is a useful finishing technique to get any last remaining spots of stubble. The key is to use very light pressure to avoid irritating the skin with short and quick strokes of the razor. Lightly shave the same spot over and over using very short, quick strokes to clear these trouble spots. Another term for blade buffing is spot cutting.

 

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