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JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
after rinsing twice theres still some stuck in some parts of my head and some lil bits an pieces here an there...so i was wondering should this be washed out? leave it? good bad?any advice is appreciated
updated by @jahwillprovide: 02/15/15 03:49:54AM
JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
thats what i thought!then i washed a second time an its still there.. Knottysleeves said:
You probably just didn't rinse well enough. Try a splash of ACV or lemon juice in your next rinse... it'll react with any stray bits of baking soda and then you can rinse it all away cleanly.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
10 years ago
29,443 posts
i dunno how thats possible if iu purt it in water and break up the clumps and swirlo it around it should become as thin as water so how can it leave any buildup are u sure its baking soda not just some danderuff like stuff that didnt come out or did u use way too much baking soda or not mix it up?did u do9 the acv rinse after?im just really sure how baking soda can possibly be left over if theres a clump from not mixing well then wet it break up the clump and rinse.it should rinse out super easy.


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JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
im sure its baking sodai filled up bout half a pot cause i didnt have too much leftbroke up all the clumpspoured it on rinsed twicean now if i like scratch my head in some places i get baking soda all up in ma nailsthat cant be too good? soaringeagle said:
i dunno how thats possible if iu purt it in water and break up the clumps and swirlo it around it should become as thin as water so how can it leave any buildup are u sure its baking soda not just some danderuff like stuff that didnt come out or did u use way too much baking soda or not mix it up?

did u do9 the acv rinse after?

im just really sure how baking soda can possibly be left over if theres a clump from not mixing well then wet it break up the clump and rinse.

it should rinse out super easy.
JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
an no acv this time all out JahWillProvide said:
im sure its baking soda
i filled up bout half a pot cause i didnt have too much left
broke up all the clumps
poured it on rinsed twice
an now if i like scratch my head in some places i get baking soda all up in ma nails
that cant be too good?

soaringeagle said:
i dunno how thats possible if iu purt it in water and break up the clumps and swirlo it around it should become as thin as water so how can it leave any buildup are u sure its baking soda not just some danderuff like stuff that didnt come out or did u use way too much baking soda or not mix it up?

did u do9 the acv rinse after?

im just really sure how baking soda can possibly be left over if theres a clump from not mixing well then wet it break up the clump and rinse.

it should rinse out super easy.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
10 years ago
29,443 posts
actualy i do remember seeing a dude on youtube who had white roots he said from baking soda and aparantly he just made a thick paste and smashed it all over his head and left it on..not sure thats a good way to do things


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30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
yeeea thats definately not gonna happensoo i guess i shud just keep tryin to wash it out? soaringeagle said:
actualy i do remember seeing a dude on youtube who had white roots he said from baking soda and aparantly he just made a thick paste and smashed it all over his head and left it on..not sure thats a good way to do things
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
10 years ago
29,443 posts
any vinager or lemon juice will do or any citrusbut i have a feeling its more dried skin that was pasty and didnt rinse out will enough maybe cause iu rinsed too early"/ just a guess but its my gut feeling


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30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
JahWillProvide
@jahwillprovide
10 years ago
95 posts
thats what i was thinking was its was all dead skin cause it was pretty flakey beforean the closest thing i have to citrus is orange juice? all natural :] soaringeagle said:
any vinager or lemon juice will do or any citrus
but i have a feeling its more dried skin that was pasty and didnt rinse out will enough maybe cause iu rinsed too early"/ just a guess but its my gut feeling
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
10 years ago
29,443 posts
im thinking dead skin then how long did u soak if i dont soak a good long time i might still habvve a lil skin here n there i can scrape offorange juice will be ok if its not pulpy or has added sugar its not the best tho but a tiny but way diluted and make sure thyeres no pulp will be ok to just raise the aciddity of the rinse waterbut it probly is skin..how loong did u7 sosak? JahWillProvide said:
thats what i was thinking was its was all dead skin cause it was pretty flakey before
an the closest thing i have to citrus is orange juice? all natural :]

soaringeagle said:
any vinager or lemon juice will do or any citrus
but i have a feeling its more dried skin that was pasty and didnt rinse out will enough maybe cause iu rinsed too early"/ just a guess but its my gut feeling



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30 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 10 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international - soaring for people with disabilities
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