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And I'm not responsible for anyone that is burned after reading any of my posts!!soaringeagle said:
om amazed we havent heard of anyone being severely burned
PoopiePants said:I really don't want anyone reading this to think they should try wax in their hair, but you can dunk a dread in suitably heated water without burning your skin. I didn't say it was safe though, just said it can be done. 3rd degree burns anyone??
soaringeagle said:to raise wax to s temp of 140 to melt it you need a water temp higher then 140 and a duration long enough to bring the wax to the melting point
try heatting water to say 160 put youir hand in it and see how long you can handle it wikki says skin will burn at 130 so wax must be hotter then the temp to injure u to remove it PoopiePants said:The melting point of beeswax is 60-67degC(140-152.6 deg F). It DOES melt in hot water. The link you posted says that during the cleaning process of beeswax(not dreads!) "....it is washed repeatedly in the molten state by adding hot water..."
I'm not in any way trying to support wax, but this is the info I got from the link. I don't support ANY hair products(dreadlock or otherwise). And fucking hate douchebags like JC. Anubis said:He also states in part B of the wax controversy videos that the wax will wash out. I want to ask him where he gets his information because there is enough easily accessible information to prove otherwise....that is unless you want to dunk your head in ether.
The vegetable oil used to suspend the wax washes out, the wax stays.
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