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Matthew Price

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Location: Franklin, IN
Zipcode: 46131
Country: US

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/09/13 06:17:21PM @soaring-eagle:


Matthew Price
10/20/13 08:55:43PM @matthew-price:
I used dish detergent(the degreaser kind) and scrubbed, scrubbed, scrubbed! Would dry my hair with the hair dryer and repeat. I did this for two or three days and as far as I can tell it is gone. My hair is back to it's original texture except for some split ends from the backcombing.

darkstar
10/20/13 08:32:49PM @darkstar:

Welcome. What did you use to get the wax out? Wax is a hydrocarbon, and will NEVER fully wash out in boiling hot water and normal soap. the only way to clean out wax is to use a detergent and scrub a lot. Normally it takes at least 1 month of scrubbing 2-3 times a week to get even 1 session worth of wax out


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/20/13 04:43:32PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome did u comb it out after the wax and start over? good idea


Matthew Price
10/20/13 08:55:43PM @matthew-price:
I used dish detergent(the degreaser kind) and scrubbed, scrubbed, scrubbed! Would dry my hair with the hair dryer and repeat. I did this for two or three days and as far as I can tell it is gone. My hair is back to it's original texture except for some split ends from the backcombing.

darkstar
10/20/13 08:32:49PM @darkstar:

Welcome. What did you use to get the wax out? Wax is a hydrocarbon, and will NEVER fully wash out in boiling hot water and normal soap. the only way to clean out wax is to use a detergent and scrub a lot. Normally it takes at least 1 month of scrubbing 2-3 times a week to get even 1 session worth of wax out


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/20/13 04:43:32PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome did u comb it out after the wax and start over? good idea


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