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    Posted: April 29 2008 at 1:00pm
I was talking to my husband and we were wondering if there is a shampoo specifically formulated for removing lfw adhesive from your natural hairline which enables you to shorten the removal process. I did some research and didn't find anything so I am working on making one myself. I will keep you guys posted on how it goes...if you have some suggestions on things to add to the mix that may help remove adhesive of r preserve your natural hair please post..
When I formulate a successful shampoo I will give the recipe or free samples to BHM and HB members.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sexibeach Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 29 2008 at 1:22pm
normally i do a pre poo involving oils and conditioners under a heating cap, and after that it rolls out as i go
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I use C22, let it soak on my hair line about 5 minutes and It comes right out of my hair.  I will admit when I first started it used to take 45 minutes to clean my hairline almost made me give up. But now I can remove my unit, adhesive from it and my hairline in less than 10 minutes.
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Because I use VERY thin layers and I'm bald(shaven) my removal is speedy
Oh So Soft Bonding Solvent with Lanolin is great for removal..   
Remeber to tell your children you love them. You might not have that chance tommorow..
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I put in in a plastic bottle that has a dauber(sallys beauty) works like a charm
Remeber to tell your children you love them. You might not have that chance tommorow..
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Alcohol works great for me! I use nothing else. and it rolls right off.

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olive oil is the bomb
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doc pam - what is C22?  i cant figure that out...
 
i normally use a mix of acetone and IC PM oil treatment- its in a spray bottle and then when i wash it it rolls off...
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C22 is a citrus adhesive remover. I've used others but I find this is the easiest. makes the tape come off without any pulling on your hairs and adhesive residue comes off with a couple of swipes
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