in the Razor Gator
It’s no accident that Razor Gator—the
world’s first cleaning tool—was
called “Razor Gator”.
Back in 2003, when Razor Gator
was a tiny reptile embryo, we sat down to ponder
a name for the little tyke. It’s future
as “razor gunk-gobbler” was already
predetermined, but it would need a solid name,
strong enough to convey its destiny.
With two rows of pointy teeth on its thick
head, a stiff green body and a sweeping tail,
it was rough and ready. It didn’t stop
when it got wet. Born in the swamps of the south,
it had below-the-radar stealth. This simple
animal was an efficient machine—a tool
of nature. It would survive the ages.
Shave Smooth. Razor Gator.