Thursday, 1 August 2013

Dreadlock Residue

Everyone runs the risk of getting residue in their locks. Residue occurs when a small amount of soap or shampoo is left behind after washing your locks. This can happen if you're not thorough enough with your rinsing or if your shampoo isn't designed to completely rinse out thoroughly - a non-residue free shampoo.

In this video I talk about what residue is, how it comes about, how to spot the signs of a residue problem and what negative effects you can get from having a residue problem:


In this second video I talk about how to remove residue and how to avoid future residue problems:


And here is a quick link to the Deep Clean video which can be used to break down and rinse out residue:


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