With the help of another brush or toothbrush, clean it. Take 1 tablespoon of bleach in a mixing jar. And soak the brush in it for 5 minutes maximum.

I used the Elmer’s glue solution on one of the Goody-brand brushes with the clumps of bristles, no heads at the end of the bristles. Apparently the bleach weakened my hair brush and the handle broke off the day after my last post. I’ve been through about seven of orange hair dark roots these before, same brand, and never had that happen. This one was only about six months old too, they normally last a year. So as soon as I can get to the pharmacy I’ll be buying a new one. I did the bleach thing by the way, soaked it in strong Janola over night.

Another environmentally-friendly way to remove lint from a hairbrush is baking soda. You need to mix equal parts baking soda and water to form a paste. Then, apply the paste to the brush and scrub it gently. The baking soda will absorb the lint, and it will be easy to wipe off. If you don’t have a vacuum, you can use a comb to remove the lint from your hairbrush.

Well, you might have heard about Elmer’s glue. Maybe some friend suggested to you glue lint out of the brush. In case that broken hair has been messing around, use a tweezer. And then with the help of a tweezer, pick any visible residue.

So, just take a toothpick and hold one of its ends. Then run it between the bristles closer to the brush bed. First, place your hairbrush on a table or flat surface. By nature, the slime will slide from the bristles onto the brush bed. In the meantime, it’ll absorb all the residues from the brush. Not only are they satisfying to squeeze, but they’re also useful.

Shampoo and condition your hair regularly to keep it free of lint. If you don’t have any of these things, you can try using a toothbrush. You need to wet the toothbrush and then run it over the bristles.

But your efforts will go in vain if you use an unclean hairbrush. You must clean your hairbrush regularly as it collects product residue, excess oil, grime, dirt, and broken hair strands. In addition, a hairbrush can be the breeding ground for several germs – and warrants regular cleaning and maintenance. This article discusses the most effective ways to clean your hairbrush. Now, after drying, again clean it with a dry towel so that the dust particles are removed if any are there in the hair brushes and comb.

You should only need to do a few snips, and then your fingers and comb should be able to loosen the hair. When it comes to getting all of the old, dead hair out of your hairbrush, there are a few methods for this. Your first line of action is to start pulling the hair out with your fingers. You can also use a comb to try and comb the hair out.

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