The Single-Serving Greek-Yogurt Container
|I use one clean yogurt cup to hold the four razors that I keep handy in the|
medicine cabinet for regular use. (My used-blade bank is in the background.)
|Another yogurt cup does double duty. In preparation for lathering, I soak the brush |
bristles in cool tap water as I set my gear out on the bathroom counter. When I'm
ready for making lather, on those rare mornings when I need a separate lathering
bowl, the same yogurt cup does the trick.
|Yet another yogurt cup holds shave soap that has been pressed or melted in,|
and in which I can then make lather from that particular puck.
New or Re-Used Prescription Vials
|My Palmolive shave stick as it's stored in the 16-dram vial (no cap|
necessary). Palmolive provides the green ring as a base for the stick.
|Here's how the Palmolive shave stick looks when out of the re-purposed|
vial, as when being used during a shave.
|I drilled ventilation holes in this 40-dram vial -- both in the bottom and the |
twist-off top. When the vial top is on, the brand-new Arko stick length just fits.
|This 30-dram vial holds overflow blade inventory (in the medicine cabinet),|
which will eventually be filed into the blade-on-deck cup, which is shown below.
(My large reserves of blade inventory are in a shoe box in my closet.)
New, Unused Specimen Cup
|During my recent surgery, the hospital stored my wedding ring in this clean|
specimen cup, which now holds my five primary blade brands, pre-sorted in a
repeating order. When I recycle an old blade, from this container I just take the next
one on deck, which in this case is the SuperMax Titanium closest to the camera.
That's it for today! Happy eco-friendly shaving!