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So..as many of you know I'm almost a month into neglect.  I haven't even got that many sections yet and definitely no knots yet.  My question is, When washing with baking soda do I use my fingers to scrub my scalp?  I'm wondering because some say to just pour the baking soda on and leave it for about 10 minutes.  I leave the baking soda on my hair for ten minutes now, but while I do that I scrub my scalp with my fingers.  I just want to make sure I'm not hindering or undoing any progress unnecessarily. Thanks! -Marcus

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no u dont even touch your head with the baking soda

dont toucgh art all

 

Thanks SE. I've been doing it "wrong" for one month!
i use my fingers to clean my scalp, i just dun feel clean if i don't personally and it didn't hinder anything, but my hair is to my shoulders (well rapidly shrinking but) so maybe tha tmakes a diff?

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