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Hello fellow dreaders,

                 I'm Tania, a 28 yo mum of 4 from Queensland Australia. So i got my dreads in on Sunday, Its now Thursday, I love them, but i didn't realise there was so much conflicting advice. Mine were made using the crochet method and a tiny bit of backcombing (i didn't lose much, if any, length) I have just been out and brought some tea tree shampoo, some salt and a spray bottle, now what ? When to wash for the first time ? I also went in the surf yesterday and now they are super fuzzy. Is there a place on here where we can keep a photo album and update progress ? Thanks in advance for your info and tips and i look forward to growing my locks with you :)

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yea the crochet was a bad mu=istake it causes extreme damage they will get extra fuzzy and take a good 6 months longer to dread

u do not want to use the sea salt yet in fact u want to use akloe or jojhoba to loosen them  and wait till they are looser then switch

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u can wash right away  wah every 2-7 days

what teatree shampoo did u get it may not be dread freindly

theres a photo gallery as well as a timelines secrtion

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