Cathodic protection is a technique used to control the corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell. This can either be done by using a sacrificial anode made from sink or similar material, or by applying an external direct current.
So… what has that to do with shaving? Well… normally it don’t, but J Duggan’s 1971 patent application on behalf of Warner Lambert Co combines the two.
Razor: Schick “Lady Eversharp” Blade: Schick Injector Brush: Wilkinson Sword Badger Lather: Williams Mug satsing soap Aftershave: Barber No3 Marmara Additional Care: Alum Block & BullDog Original Beard Balm
The Williams Mug Soap is gift from a gentleman shaver over on my favourite shave forum, generously sent to me after I mentioned that I had never given it a go. My initial impression is that the soap isn’t nearly as hard to lather as I’ve been led to believe, although my soft water might have something to do with that.