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Halacha - Shaver Blades
Submitted by Tzvi  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: If the blade does not come in contact with the skin there is no problem even if it is a razor blade. I would guess that he was referring to lift-and-cut shavers where there is a risk that the blade will touch the skin, and in fact would be problematic if the blade is sharp.
posted:2009-07-06 15:33:58

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