Barbicide has always worked well for me.
The good news about alcohol is that it bonds with water and evaporates quickly. In other words, a quick dip displaces moisture from the surface of the item dipped. Once dried, no corrosive residue remains. Soaking, however, leaves the metal in contact with the liquid alcohol, which eats away at the metal over time.
Brad - OGA
You must be willing to do the things today others won't do . . .
In order to have the things tomorrow others won't have. - Les Brown
something about Dove soap takes the shaving soap residue right off
I rinse with hot water, dry a bit then swish it around in rubbing alchohol and let it dry (I have a small fruit jar with alchohol in it just for this purpose). When I rotate to my next razor I use hot water and an old toothbrush, rub the brush on a bar of soap and scrup it a bit, rinse, dry and give it a swish in alchohol and hang it up until its turn comes again.
was in the white mountains in may.