BladeTap launches “The Tap”, a “life-shaving” tool created to solve the most common shaving problems.
Irvine, CA – September 22, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
A quicker, sharper, cleaner shaving experience. This is BladeTap’s goal as it launches “The Tap” – the first 3-in-1 Razor Sharpener, unclogger, and holder.
BladeTap, a new start-up company based in California aims to make “The Tap” an essential grooming tool that your good ol’ razors can’t do without. Anyone who has even tried it before quickly learns that razor shaving has the notoriety of causing skin bumps, burns, and even skin infections. Most users complain of difficulty cleaning and keeping their razors sharp. However, with this new shaving tool, users are guaranteed of a better and enhanced shaving experience–with less frustration from these problems.
“I cut myself using my towel trying to get the gunk out of the razor. That is when I realized I should create my own Shaving Razor Unclogger,” said Gavin, the Founder of BladeTap. “The first prototype worked so well that my razor lasted 6 months. I knew I had created something special and needed to share it with as many people as possible. Knowing that so many people struggle with shaving, myself included, I wanted to create a company that could help find solutions to their shaving problems,” he said. The launch of “The Tap” marks the first of many endeavors of the BladeTap brand.
With features including an unclogging brush, a sharpening pad, and a sturdy holder, “The Tap” works to give consumers an easy shave in three simple steps. The unclogging brush acts as a Shaving Razor Cleaner, making it effortless to keep your razor sanitary. The sharpening pad allows for more closer shaves, and the holder makes it easier to store practically any multi-blade razor, reducing the chances of rust and bacteria.
“The Tap” comes in three color options – black, white, and pink/white. It is now available online at www.BladeTap.com and will soon be available in stores. For wholesale and other inquiries please complete the form here: https://bladetap.com/pages/wholesale.
Located in Irvine, California, BladeTap’s mission is to provide men and women with the tools and tips they need to get the perfect shave every time. Our vision has been to make shaving easier and faster by developing tools, like “The Tap”, and providing solutions to shaving’s most common problems. Visit www.BladeTap.com for more information or follow us @bladetap on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, & Instagram.
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