I give it a spray with Lysol (it was explained here on B&B somewhere that there are NO germs that will live after that). Leave on for 10 minutes. Then soak in mild dish soap and warm water. Clean with a tooth brush and the dish soapy water, then the toothbrush with toothpaste as a cleaner and polish. I've used that on all my old razors, with no damage of any kind to any of them, with all of them sparkling afterwards.
~Bob - Member: TOFLAC-U, Order of Pinaud, Alliance of Merkur, Excalibur
"I was born in the back seat of a Yellow Cab in a hospital loading zone and with the meter still running. I emerged needing a shave and shouted 'Time Square, and step on it!'"--Tom Waits