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Location: Clinton, OH
Zipcode: 44216
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/15/13 12:58:47PM @soaring-eagle:


Miss Keke
12/27/13 08:56:11PM @miss-keke:
Hey Paul,My name is Noah and I started to let my hair do its own thing 15 months ago. I tried using dr. Bronners for the first 7 months, with no results, then I found out that the soap is super fatted which leaves a residue. Started using baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Still no result. Soaring Eagle suggests in many different places on this site, using vikkis dread shampoo(dreadlockshampoo.com). I swear by it. Started dreading up in 3 washes. Well worth the money and time to get it in the mail. Hard water also doesn't seem to affect the rinsing either. Enjoy the journey brother.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/27/13 03:22:48PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

check your water type if u got hard water dont use bronners


darkstar
12/27/13 01:29:55PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Be really careful with Dr. Bronners. I know it's become the go-to soap for locks, but because it's a castile soap, it will not rinse out in hard water.


Miss Keke
12/27/13 08:56:11PM @miss-keke:
Hey Paul,My name is Noah and I started to let my hair do its own thing 15 months ago. I tried using dr. Bronners for the first 7 months, with no results, then I found out that the soap is super fatted which leaves a residue. Started using baking soda and apple cider vinegar. Still no result. Soaring Eagle suggests in many different places on this site, using vikkis dread shampoo(dreadlockshampoo.com). I swear by it. Started dreading up in 3 washes. Well worth the money and time to get it in the mail. Hard water also doesn't seem to affect the rinsing either. Enjoy the journey brother.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/27/13 03:22:48PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome

check your water type if u got hard water dont use bronners


darkstar
12/27/13 01:29:55PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Be really careful with Dr. Bronners. I know it's become the go-to soap for locks, but because it's a castile soap, it will not rinse out in hard water.


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