Removing melted glue from hair system not just the base

athleticnsa

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I had done my last maintenance 3 weeks ago, however because of having high fever, my tapes (blue) on side and back started to melt and created a messy residue on my bio hair and on the system as well. I’m going to take it off entire system and clean but what’s the best way to get glue out of hair (from the system). Shall I soak in to c22, use fine comb to take the residue out from hair, any advice will be appriciated?
 

Fanjeera

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Comb with isopropyl alcohol. Put the comb into isopropyl alcohol and when it's totally wet with it, comb through the glue. If too little effect, then get a denser comb.
 

BaldBearded

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Glue in the hair... massage in conditioner, and GENTLY remove with your fingers, holding the base of the hair with the other hand. If you use C-22 it will emulsify with the glue, and when you wash it out, it will be a mess.

Gue out of the base, soak with C-22.
 

athleticnsa

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Thanks for the advice! I’m glad I consulted here first. I was thinking c22 would be the way to go on the hair too, didn’t know conditioner would do the work as well.

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