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i just cut off 4 of my locks because they had this grayish white stuff in them and i was scared it was mold. when i cut the first one off and opened it. tons of lint just came out. How do i prevent my locks from being lint magnets?

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Do you dry your hair with a towel?

yea at first then i blow dry. 

Linus said:

Do you dry your hair with a towel?

Stop using a towel then, i used it at first too then i got some black lint shit in some of my dreads so i just let them drip dry and after that its been ok. I think its lint from you towel.

Your dreads need air to dry not a towel ;)

is there like a special towel i could use? because i shower at night so i kind of can't let it drip dry.

Linus said:

Stop using a towel then, i used it at first too then i got some black lint shit in some of my dreads so i just let them drip dry and after that its been ok. I think its lint from you towel.

Your dreads need air to dry not a towel ;)

IMO your hair drys faster without a towel. Air is better

Gary said:

is there like a special towel i could use? because i shower at night so i kind of can't let it drip dry.

Linus said:

Stop using a towel then, i used it at first too then i got some black lint shit in some of my dreads so i just let them drip dry and after that its been ok. I think its lint from you towel.

Your dreads need air to dry not a towel ;)

my tips seem to collect lint and I air dry!

Fuzz is everywhere guys.. In the sofa, soft blankets, sweaters..O_o I pick it out if I see it, but I think it's just something we have to live with ? :) However, I know Microfiber towels are awesome for dready people, they suck up water and aren't linty. :)

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