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Hair Brushes Dirty?

posted by sballou

hairbrush1. First pull out all the hair stuck in the bristles.
2. Mix half white household vinegar with half water.
3. Soak for an hour or so; rinse completely. (Don’t soak a wooden brush.)
4. Shake off the water and air dry.



  • http://gettingwoodenbrushesclean Donna

    How does one clean wooden brushes ? I need to know ~ please ~

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Miss E

    Soaking brushes in baking soda works well. Remove hair first

  • http://cleanhairbrushes Bobbie

    I use two brushes, rubbing them together to get all the hair and debris under the facet,whiler running really hot water before I soak.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Sheila

    I just clean the hair out with a comb and wash the brushes in hot sudsy ammonia and then rinse. Tried and true for years!

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