How to clean your hair accessories

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How to clean your hair accessoriesKeep your brushes, your hair dryer and other accessories clean is the key to having beautiful hair! There are many different ways to clean your accessories, but I think they are easier.

1. Water
A quick way to clean your “tools”, including flat irons and curling irons, is to use a little water. Take a microfiber cloth – which you can buy at stores like Target stores or at home – and dab a bit of water to clean the outer area of the tool, including inside the barrel of your curling iron and flat iron on your plate. The microfiber cloth is soft and can be used on delicate surfaces to avoid scratching your hair tools and ruin them.

2. The bicarbonate
While you clean your hair tools, you may notice that there are some additional areas with a lot of dirt, hair oil or hair products, water may not be enough. In these cases, take some baking soda and water (enough to make a paste) and rub it on your flat iron or curling the fingers, a cotton swab or a soft brush to really get into crevices. Rinse the paste, let dry and happy and clean!

3. Dust
As we learn how to clean hair tools, do not forget our dryer! The hot air dryers can be very expensive to replace, so it is important to keep the back clean and free of debris so that it continues to operate smoothly. Discover the rear vent of your dryer, you’ll probably see a collection of dust bunnies. Take a tweezers and tweeze just dust. If there is not enough dust to pick up with tweezers, use your vacuum cleaner to suck all the dust!

4. Wipe-lez
Another way to clean tools, hair or in this case, the dryer is to take a towel and wipe his mouth. This tip is for those who do not have a hand vac. Take an old towel, cloth or soft toothbrush and wipe or remove any gunk that you see there. If we neglect the vent on our dryer, it can cause the engine to overheat and may eventually break completely dry. Keeping clean is fairly quick and easy, so make sure you keep it up!

5. Wash

Another way to clean tools hair is washed. This applies only to hair brushes and diffusers however. First, get strands excess hair on the brush, then fill a sink with hot water and a few drops of shampoo. Wash your brush with your hands or that swirl around the soapy water for a few minutes. Then take a comb and brush to comb out any dirt or excess hair. Once you give it a final rinse, allow the water to drain the excess, then dry the handle and the back of the brush. Finally, hang your brush with hair down over the sink.

7. Put them to soak
We have not forgotten the combs on this list of tips on cleaning! The best way to clean a dirty comb is to soak in a cup with warm water and shampoo, very similar to the above step. If your hair is oily, instead of using water and shampoo, try soaking your comb in a cup of white vinegar to get rid of excess oil.

8. Replacement
The objective of this paper is how to clean hair tools, but you should also periodically inspect to make sure they are always in good condition. If you use a brush, comb or virtually any styling tool that broke parts or hair separating or separating, it’s time for a new one. Using a hair tool that is super old or broken parts can divide your hair or cause it to break!

This guide on how to clean hair accessories can help you keep your favorite tools much longer. I know that we are busy and it’s easy to forget to clean our tools, but use clean tools really makes a difference.

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