Apply a dab of liquid soap to the cuts and run the shaver for about 15 seconds before rinsing. After rinsing, disassemble the block and allow all components to air dry completely.
For best performance, we recommend cleaning and oiling the shaver after each use. This ensures that the performance of the shaver is maintained and that the shaving foil and blades have the recommended lifespan.
Some electric shavers are specially designed to be cleaned with water without damaging the mechanism. For these, you can hold them under the tap and wash them with hot water. You can also use soap if you want to clean your razor of dirt or dirt.
Spray the blades and foils liberally while holding the can 2 to 3 inches away. You can then put the shaving head back on and let the shaver run for a few seconds to distribute the lubricant evenly. Spraying the foils and inner blades of a Panasonic foil razor.
We recommend cleaning your electric shaver quickly after each use. Emptying and rinsing the shaving head prevents deposits and only takes a few seconds. As for deep cleaning, aim for once a week depending on how often you use it. If you don’t use it often, aim for all five uses.
So to clean the shaver manually, put some hand soap on the shaving head and turn on the vibration mode. Turn on the vibration mode and rinse the shaver under the tap b >. After 20 seconds, the vibration mode turns off. Step one done.
To maintain the performance and safety of your electric shaver, you should replace it from time to time. You should replace your electric razor blades every 12 to 18 months. If you shave frequently, the time frame is closer to 12 months. Coarse or thick hair can also cause the blades to dull faster.
The Panasonic Arc5 is an excellent shaver and definitely an upgrade from the Arc3 which I have used for years. I get a nice, comfortable shave with digital display of time used and remaining battery power in ten percent increments; I can usually get a full shave with about ten percent.
No, you cannot use wd40 spray on your electric shaver. A can of wd40 spray contains petroleum base oil and hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbon is a water displacer that can deform the materials in your electric shaver. In addition, its prolonged contact with your skin can cause irritation and dermatitis.
It is best to oil it after each use.
This can dry out the blades so it is really important to oil your razor.
The electric shaver (also known as an electric dry shaver) has a rotating or oscillating blade. The electric shaver itself does not require the use of shaving foam, soap or water as the shaver is powered by a small DC motor.
Disinfect with rubbing alcohol
Disinfecting your razor blade with rubbing alcohol will help sterilize the blade and rid it of oils and dirt. Using rubbing alcohol on your razor blade will also reduce your risk of infection.