Step 1: Gather your supplies
A box of Borax
A bowl or container capable of holding your razor(s)
Some dish-soap/water mix (50/50)
Some cotton swabs
Some table salt
Some Lemon Juice (Not pictured)
Paper towels (Not pictured)
A soft Cloth (Not pictured)
An old toothbrush (Not pictured)
Some funky old razors you spoliated from the neighborhood antiquery.
Step 2: Pre-soak
Next, add your other razors to the pan, and soak them all down with the soap solution.
Step 3: Scrub a dub dub
Excercise caution when you wash the head of the razor, you don't want to scratch the finish.
Step 4: Gettin' in the hot-tub!
Next, line the pan with aluminum foil.
Sprinkle a generous helping of Borax in the pan.
Add a dash of salt.
Pour near-boiling water into the pan.
Let them soak for half an hour to an hour.
If your razors are particularly cruddy, you might want to add a shot of Lemon Juice.
Take the toothbrush to the tough spots on the handles, being sure to get into all the little tight spots.
Step 5: Squeeky Clean!
Use a soft cloth to polish the razors.
Enjoy your shiny new (old) shaver!