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@btw990 • 5 months ago • comments: 0
Posted a response to "possible-residue-buildup":
"Looks like my area has slightly hard water, but now that you mention it maybe it is the Dr. Bronner's. My fiance cleaned the bathtub yesterday and I showered..."
@btw990 • 5 months ago • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "Possible residue buildup?":
"Hey, a little over a month ago I was on and getting advice from soaring eagle about continuing my dread journey naturally as well as removing wax. I got..."
@btw990 • 6 months ago • comments: 800
Posted a new Comment on @btw990:
"Thanks a lot! I'm going to order some of that right now. Any other suggestions as far as allowing new growth to dread? Should I be extra careful when I..."
@btw990 • 6 months ago • comments: 800
Posted a new Comment on @btw990:
"I did use dreadheadhq's "natural, additive-free" wax a couple of times over the last few months out of curiosity which of course I am regretting now because..."
@btw990 • 6 months ago • comments: 800
Posted a new Comment on @btw990:
"Hey, fortunately I don't think I used the felting method enough that it did too much damage. I would usually pinch a section tight and push in slow and just..."


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/14/16 02:25:15AM @soaring-eagle:

just don't worry about it

it will dread on its own at most just be gentle when washing and let it air dry or sun dry

just leave em be free and they take care of it all on their own

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/14/16 02:07:02AM @soaring-eagle:

wax b gones the best and only way to get wax out makes wax b gone

they also make the best shampoo!

bronners is fine as long as you don't have hard water..then it builds up

the baking soda we no longer recommend as it can severely weaken the hair if used long term

you can wash the whole dreads but its not needed unless extra dirty the shampoos have a microfine clay that travels through the dreads, binding with any dirt and oils and  taking them out and rinses very easily

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/14/16 01:09:28AM @soaring-eagle:

i used to race sailboats out of toms river ..before i started avoiding nj almost entirely

but don't bother with sea salt at all right now they are already severely tight so that's counterproductive

theres no reason not to wash  as long as they dry

you can wash every day as long as they don't take too long to dry, if they take a couple hours then wash every 2 days or every 3

theres no such thing as too much water as long as they Are not  damp all the time, if you want to pour water over your head while working ..that's how i cool down in the summer heat, and because i'm out in the hot summer sun they dry fast (i more or less dribble water over em not soaking them just enough to cool down my brain)

that pepper stuff is store bought dirt..expensive dirt


sand, clay, rosin (a somewhat toxic tree resin that in dirt counts as organic matter) and an herbicide so no plants start growing in the dirt you sprinkled in

heres the thing.. its a scam.. it only grits up the hair making it seem more knotty then it is ..when its washed out theres no grit no knots you thought you had

by the way.. wax was never used even once i hope right?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/14/16 12:05:17AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome after all you did its good your going natural now that barbed needle is called felting.. that is the number 1 most damaging thing you can do to them! it can literally chop the hairs up into itty bitty pieces

i hope you didn't use it much at all

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