i got a better idea
how biyt we show you the diference in progress without it?
how bout we just remove it so that you see how lil progress you actualy made and how much more you'll have once its gone?
after years when you remove it they can return to a state of dreads only weeks to months old..then just start to ddread..
remove it let them dread if u want wax back well i'll buy it for ya
made the wax free guaranteee 2 years ago almost not 1 ever wanted wax back after removing it..
we had 5 year old waxed dread return to practicly undreaded after removing tge wax and thats when they fialy started to dread
it is unfortunate tho that when u removve it u will realize how lil actual progress youve made
thats when u will finaly see actual progress
actual progress may happen quicker then u think once the wax is gone
Edward Haney said:
Well, being from Missouri, I'm used to showing rather than talking. How about I take a monthly dread progress pic and we'll see the effect on them. I understand that everyone is different and different methods work better forcertainpeople.
soaring eagle said:
your in for a big surprise
look around..this sites huge and has a hell of alot on how many been harmed by wax..look around rthe net.. type dreads no wax see how many hots u get...wax is the number 1 ruiner of dreads
dude..theres a reason we get twice the traffic of both dreadheadhwq and knottyboy combined thry prey on newbies most ofthe shit they sell ends up in the trash..
that crap is horibe for dreads ..close to 1000 of our members lost dreads 1-3 times to wax b4 realizing how bad it is..
Edward Haney said:But I don't have wax inside my dreads. I had to cut off part of a lock after I got epoxy on it and there wasn't wax inside. It's all about portion control. The inital waxing was 2 grams(about 2 M&Ms) of wax. After that, I just used a little wax when a dread didn't have any at all. After the first month, I did a hot rinse (3 washings in very hot water) to get a lot of the wax off my dreads. Then I started my A-Bmaintenanceroutine and they are locking up just fine. After my locks are matured, I won't use the wax anymore because it won't do anything. Wax is just another way to help dreads mature.
soaring eagle said:
dude you are working on them because wax prevents dreading if the wax was not there youd never have to work on them they just dread
wa will destroy your dreads remove the wax and see every week wax free they dread more then they will in months of waxiness
in fact after 10 years waxed they wont be dreaded only compressed in hardened wax
its evil its a scam and your dreds will be ruined if u use it
27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long
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