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This Shaving Strop Makes Razors Last Longer

A part-time singer's company provides a stylish way to save money
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James N. P. O’Brien, co-founder and president of ShaveFace, a Nashville, Tenn.-based company that makes shaving strops for disposable razors.

“Aha” Moment

When a friend told O’Brien that disposable blades could be sharpened on denim, he was hooked by the idea of saving money and throwing away fewer razors. While on the road with his band, the part-time singer

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