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Maybe the razor was 'almost there' to start with. I know I couldn't possibly do it with that amount of strokes. I've seen Bart do it in, say, 10 to 15 minutes but in that timeframe he uses way more strokes.
Well I know I can not take a razor dulled over glass, and get it shave ready like that, I can do a power touch up in a similar fashion though, and looking at the light slurry he uses, this to me seems most likely what he is doing.
I am surprised at the lack of sharpness tests used. I can tell a lot from shaving arm hair, above or below the surface, etc., but one would think he would give more indicators, before and after stropping. YT, Denny
The guy is Alex, A Dutch fellow, if I'm not mistaken. Goes by the name of LXEmergency on StraightRazorPlace and BadgerandBlade forums. He was one of the first guy's ever to do a video about honing razors on a Coticule, back in 2007.
Here's the original discussion thread on Badger&Blade. It contains some further explanation by Alex himself.