For those of you who dabble with your own restorations, I posted a quick "how to" make your own blade safety jig on my blog if you are interested. They look like this and they help you keep your fingers, but more importantly they protect the delicate edge of that razor headed for your favorite spot in the rotation.
Oh, and I finally got around to making some more of them and you can get them on my site if you don't want to make your own. They will be up by Thursday, or maybe late Wednesday evening.
It can be used three ways. The magnets in the wood hold it firmly enough to any metal surface and the rubber pad on the bottom keep it from shifting. It's fast and convenient. The second method used two screws to hold it to anything you can drill holes into. The third utilizes a vice to hold the jig. All methods work just fine.