SE here is a fair, WTF?!
First I never said I was pro wax, and to assume a person has 24" of backcombed hair, hell, they would be the world most patient and pain tolerant person. I simply said your math is off, you don't have to get all "mathematician" , I just don't get you, your brashness for just a phrase. Yep you are right my dreads will never harden I will have wax til I die they will... oh wait I can barely poke anything in mine, damn shame. So what I did is cut off part of my dread and here are the results. No wax, hardest little bugger to undo. Got the old crochet hook I was given, and went to town, my skin on my finger... it a broke, the hairs, didn't. Also is included is the end still attached to my head. Bottom line is I AM NOT PRO WAX, yeah the stuff is hard to get out, but don't just bash the wax, don't forget the person(s) putting it on.
And as for scalding your hair, never said to do that, just sharing what their instructions say. For me three days after I had wax in I got a hair dryer, paper towels, washed three times. It wasn't dreadhead, or knottyboy, I can't speak on those other than their instructions. And theoretically.
Why do I believe such lies? Sorry forgot you are the guru of product testing and development. Again realm of speaking not endorsing. Theirs is thinner, has a different tip and smaller hook, and they a got such a nice love-u-ly videeeooos. But seriously the product...dreaddocta(?), looks fairly interesting. And my toothbrush is freaking inventive as all get out! I got it a cool little Japanese drug store, it tells me where I missed, and transforms and cleans itself. But no really it is different, and sometimes slight variations make a huge difference, people can believe that in the theory of evolution.