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Black Ralph, Has No Name

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the Barrellady
05/14/13 07:49:01PM @the-barrellady:

Hey Black Ralph Has No Name, how is our waxless journey going this time around? Have you needed to use any Holey Water yet?.....Peace


Baba Fats
04/05/13 04:45:19PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. You're lucky you had to cut your locks off due to the mold instead of it just falling out. My first set rotted so bad that they actually just melted right off


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/05/13 11:33:00AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

above in that wiggling double dropedown menu theres a dhhq/kb review (left side very bottom) where u can share your wax experiences and reviews


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 12:12:05PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome start washing 1-3 times a week and stop retwisting ill look at your discussion too

and u dont need the bs/acv but bsolutely need wax b gone


Black Ralph, Has No Name
04/16/13 03:04:01PM @black-ralph-has-no-name:
I recently bought the dreadlockshampoobars but I'm guessing I should do bs/acv wash as well as wax be gone

darkstar
04/16/13 02:24:46PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I saw your post about your locks thinning. I didn't get a chance to look through it yet, though.

My bet would be the wax and retwisting caused it. Retwisting, like you must know by now, causes severe damage and premature balding. But it will also cause your locks, themselves, to thin. What you want to make sure you NEVER do is tie a knot in them, at the thin spot. Knots look like they'd help, but they will only cause the lock to snap right there. I had 1 that snapped on me a few weeks ago, and a few others that will, in the next few years.

I'd say that most important thing is to start getting the wax out. Wax is a hydrocarbon, so no matter how much hot water and normal soap you use, Over any length of time, it will not come out completely.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 12:12:05PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome start washing 1-3 times a week and stop retwisting ill look at your discussion too

and u dont need the bs/acv but bsolutely need wax b gone


Black Ralph, Has No Name
04/16/13 03:04:01PM @black-ralph-has-no-name:
I recently bought the dreadlockshampoobars but I'm guessing I should do bs/acv wash as well as wax be gone

darkstar
04/16/13 02:24:46PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I saw your post about your locks thinning. I didn't get a chance to look through it yet, though.

My bet would be the wax and retwisting caused it. Retwisting, like you must know by now, causes severe damage and premature balding. But it will also cause your locks, themselves, to thin. What you want to make sure you NEVER do is tie a knot in them, at the thin spot. Knots look like they'd help, but they will only cause the lock to snap right there. I had 1 that snapped on me a few weeks ago, and a few others that will, in the next few years.

I'd say that most important thing is to start getting the wax out. Wax is a hydrocarbon, so no matter how much hot water and normal soap you use, Over any length of time, it will not come out completely.


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