Properly Clean Your Styling Tools
Eww! Let’s start by removing the surface layer of build up with disinfecting wipes.
Create a peroxide & baking soda paste. Add until the consistency is thick yet fluid.
Cosmetic rounds >>Cotton rounds. Dip & apply paste to styling tool. Never pour on directly!
Keep scrubbing away the gunk! Don’t be afraid to use a cotton swab to clean smaller areas.
Cleaning can extend the life of your tools and eliminate the dreaded “burnt hair” smell.
Wipe your tools to ensure they are completely dry and you have removed all of the paste.
Is your blow dryer vent filled with lint and hair?
Rinse removable attachments with warm water to wash away debris.
Never apply water directing to your tool, instead use a wipe for easy clean-up.
Just like new!
Tip:Avoid wrapping the cord around the tool. Excessive creases can cause electrical & heating issues
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