Actually all razor blades are made from recycled metal. The stainless is made from metal turnings from machine shops, old wheel covers, car bumpers, used surgical tools, anodes and cathodes from plating tanks and a small portion of Moly flue dust. As a rule the last 8-10 feet of ribbon from the stamping machine gets tossed into the mix. All of these items are mixed in 6' cube fiberglass bags which are dropped into the furnace 10 at a time. It's just like baking a cake only dirtier!
PS: Razor blades that are magnetic can rust if you dont dry them but keep an edge longer than non-magnetic stainless.
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