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Still having some problems removing wax

2011-03-19
By: Doogie
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Ok I'm still having some trouble removing all that nasty wax from DHHQ! Most of my dreads have softened up a bit but still have some that are almost as hard as a rock. I have been using Lemon oil in my BS mixture along with tea tree oil and Rosemary and also in the ACV rinse. Been doing this for close to a month now! Was wondering if I would soak my dreads in a bowl in undiluted ACV with a good bit of Lemon oil in it for awhile if that would help speed up the process?
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/29/11 03:30:35PM @soaring-eagle:

also after u soak in straight acv scrub like crazy with lots of dawn dish soap and very hiot water

wax hardens heat fen it alot then use dawn to get the softened gunk out


Doogie
03/26/11 12:34:08AM @doogie:
Yeah, I think I'm just gonna get some orange oil and add it to some Dr. Bronner's and the BS mix and ACV rinse and my sea salt mist. Should work!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/22/11 03:10:47AM @soaring-eagle:

lemon oil probly will do some but most natural dissolvers are orange oil bssed

u might want to try orange oil or an orange oil based product like body splash (that link) or gunk out or dissolve it

also it does indeed take months of effort to remove it is very nasty stuff

unddiluted vinager will help so will heat and dish soap dawn dish soap to be exact\


Rachel Guthrie
03/20/11 04:16:21PM @rachel-guthrie:
I don't know much about removing wax, but heres a post on it:http://www.dreadlockssite.com/page/dread-wax-removal-is-finally

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