How to Use Solvent
In Order to remove a hair system with as little damage as possible a solvent is highly recommended. Almost all solvents have a multi-purpose aspect to them, not only are they used for removal they are also used to clean the base of the system after being successfully detached.
Most solvents ( with few exceptions) can be used to cleanse and sanitize the scalp. Before re-attaching the hair system, it is very important that the scalp and the hair system are thoroughly washed clean after being sanitized by any chosen solvent. Many solvents are oil based and will prevent the the system from reattaching properly if not properly washed.
HOW TO USE:
Removing Hair system:
Comb hair back making sure to get rid of all knots and tangles
Apply chosen solvent directly to hair system adding where needed
Let solvent sit for 3-4 minutes
Begin to remove system and test resistance , if hair starts to tug and pull apply more solvent until hair system is able to removed with little to no added force.
Apply more solvent to the scalp to remove any excess adhesive
Wipe any additional residue left from solvent away from scalp until clean
Once you have wiped, and cleaned the scalp YOU MUST shampoo and condition scalp ensuring to remove all traces and any left over oily residue for a successful reapplication
Cleaning Hair Systems:
Follow steps from (Removing hair system)
Place Hair system into an empty container and pour solvent over top.
Let Hair system soak in solvent for about 3-4 minutes
LIghtly scrub base and/or remove adhesive
Once base of hair system is cleaned wash hair system in lukewarm water
YOU MUST remove all oily residue by THOROUGHLY washing unit with shampoo (if using dish soap to remove solvent only use on the base and use shampoo to lightly wash the hair) and follow up with conditioner
Once all solvent has been removed and cleaned from hair system dry and style as desired
Solvents NOT Meant For the Skin :
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND NOT ALL SOLVENTS ARE SKIN SAFE BUT, CAN STILL BE USED TO CLEAN HAIR
SYSTEMS. WILL CAUSE BLISTERS, IRRIATION, AND INFIMATION