a sapling's greeting
Welcome. Happy dreading!
Yes. The only problem with that is the "trouble areas" are the bottoms of the dreadlocks. So I can blow dry them, but the water from the top of the dread (nearest my head) drips through the dread and just makes it damp again. But I will try again, this time I'll leave the rot knot in for longer.
My hair is starting to smell a little bit like a wet towel, especially in the blunted ball shaped tips at the end of my dreadlocks. The water sits in there for a while and takes a long time to dry so I guess that's why. I tried the rot knot, but it still smells. It doesn't smell when it's dry yet, only when it's still wet and in the process of drying. Is there anything else I could try to use on my hair. I didn't really have any luck with the rot knot. I'm trying to avoid cutting off the blunted ends, but if I have too, I will.
P.S. Everytime I wash my hair I always leave it down and I never wrap it up, or go to bed until it is 100% dry.