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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/31/12 03:44:30PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome stop with the crochet the crochets extremely bad
stop "working your way around"
and stop preventing dreads everywhere else
let the rest form naturally
maybe do a tnr here or there but let more form on thier own
the crochet does extreme damage and delays progress by 6 months or more
its a horrible abuse to do to dreads


Baba Fats
10/31/12 12:06:17PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. That is how you spell it,but it's the most damaging thing you can do to dreadlocks. Crochet hooks are made for crocheting. Not for your hair. All it does it breaks your hair into smaller and smaller pieces. This weakens you locks so much that they can actually snap off in places and even at the root, leaving a bald spot.


Kelly3
10/31/12 08:36:02AM @kelly3:

Welcome. Crochet is terrible for dreads. You should have just TnRd and let it be. It's not the end of the world though. Your dreads will need some recovery time. Maybe up to 6 months. So, please don't crochet again. Just wash 1-3 times a week. You can find all the information you need on the dreaducation tab. Take care.


darkstar
11/15/12 08:44:03PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I saw your post, and the dish soap will get it out, but you have t use it a little differently. You need to fill a bowl or pot with the hottest water you can stand to keep your hands in long term. Squirt a generous amount of soap into the water. Then, one by one, dunk your locks into it and scrub away for about a minute for each lock.

But since you are only 3 days in, it would be better to just wash them out completely in hot water and scrubbing.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/15/12 06:08:11PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the the community :)


darkstar
11/15/12 08:44:03PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I saw your post, and the dish soap will get it out, but you have t use it a little differently. You need to fill a bowl or pot with the hottest water you can stand to keep your hands in long term. Squirt a generous amount of soap into the water. Then, one by one, dunk your locks into it and scrub away for about a minute for each lock.

But since you are only 3 days in, it would be better to just wash them out completely in hot water and scrubbing.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/15/12 06:08:11PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the the community :)


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