A Tangle Teezer that has been cleaned! Are you also among those individuals who are able to enjoy the beauty of such scene? If your answer is yes, you may already be aware that reaching that goal can require a significant amount of effort on your part.
To my good fortune, I figured out how to cut back on the amount of effort I put in. Therefore, in today’s post, I will demonstrate how simple it is to clean your Tangle Teezer.
If you own a Tangle Teezer hairbrush, you’ve probably pondered at some point how to properly clean it. It’s a wonderful question; if you want to make sure that our favorite brush lasts for a longer period of time and that your hair continues to appear fresh, then you need to clean it on a regular basis. Cleaning your make-up brushes will keep your skin glowing, and cleaning your hair brushes will keep your hair healthy, happy, and looking good. In the same way, cleaning your make-up brushes will keep your skin gleaming. If you use your brush on a daily basis, ultimately there will be product buildup on it, which increases the risk of bacteria. You do not want either of these things to be introduced into your hair care regimen.
The Dirty Tangle Teezer
The Tangle Teezer (you can get one here!)* has been one of my go-to hair tools for quite some time, as I said in the post that I wrote about how I take care of my long hair. To this day, I cannot imagine using anything else to swiftly detangle my hair as effectively as this does. However, even after only a few uses, it immediately begins to take on the appearance of this:
It should come as no surprise that using THAT to brush your hair is not in the least bit enticing. However, cleaning it is not a walk in the park either. Unless, that is, you find nothing more than a few stray hairs in it. If you have thick hair like I do, you will also find those teeny small dust bundles in there. And such individuals simply do not wish to give up their newly discovered home!
Cleaning The Tangle Teezer
How exactly does one clean a tangle teezer, then? (Or how to clean a detangling brush, as this procedure is effective for cleaning any of them!)
To tell you the truth, it took me some time to think of a reliable method for cleaning it. At one point, I seriously considered leaving it behind altogether and not using it again. The Tangle Teezer gave the impression that it would just make my hair more tangled. But then I came upon the best approach for me to take in order to
a) not devote an excessive amount of time to cleaning it, and
b) yet arrive at an extremely gratifying outcome
The method is so simple that it’s almost embarrassing to try it out! The only things that are required to clean the Tangle Teezer are some laundry detergent, water, a dish brush, a few minutes of my time, and some patience.
How I Wash The Tangle Teezer
Therefore, the following is the most effective method for cleaning a tangle teezer:
After combining the detergent with the water, I then let the Tangle Teezer soak in the solution for a few minutes before removing it. (It is a good idea to get rid of the hair that is easily possible to be removed first, of course!)
During the time that the mixture is working, I am free to attend to any other business. (Just be sure not to use the Tangle Teezer to brush my hair, of course.) Additionally, all you have to do at this point is wait for a few minutes. After that, you can pull it out of the dish, and using your dish brush, you can easily remove the remaining gunk. Alternately, an outdated toothbrush. Basically, you may use any other brush you can get your hands on. That brings an end to it! You currently possess:
A Clean Tangle Teezer
Naturally, I felt it was necessary to include some before and after shots of the Tangle Teezer in this article. After I’ve cleaned it using my technique, it came out looking like this. Almost seems like you just bought it, doesn’t it? Absolutely spotless, and there is no more dust… on objects.
To tell you the truth, there was a moment when I seriously considered buying a new one rather than going through the bother of cleaning the old one. Additionally, they now provide those incredibly hip brushes… But I digress.
There Is Water Contained Within Your Tangle Teezer
Before you use your Tangle Teezer again, it is in your best interest to let it air dry for a short while beforehand.
While I’m cleaning it, water seems to find its way inside occasionally. Perhaps it’s just my particular model. How exactly does one remove water from a tangle teezer?
Just give it a few good shakes while you’re standing over the tub. Problem fixed. In addition, putting a very small amount of water in your Tangle Teezer will not cause any damage to your hair in any way.
However, Is It Healthy To Use A Tangle Teezer On Your Hair?
In spite of the fact that your Tangle Teezer brush ought to be spotless at this point, the thought of employing it once more might be giving you second thoughts. As a result of the fact that utilizing a Tangle Teezer appears to have a strong correlation with the development of split ends for a lot of people.
The Tangle Teezer Material
In response to this, I would like to offer my two cents. To begin, I am of the opinion that any brush or comb made of wood is the one that is both good for your hair and the best option overall. Plastic is used in the construction of a Tangle Teezer on the other hand. Therefore, the answer is that there is a larger risk of it causing damage to your hair and split ends.
How Do You Conduct Yourself When Using The Tangle Teezer?
However, and this is a very key point, everything hinges on how you choose to deal with it as well. When dealing with thick hair that is prone to becoming tangled, the Tangle Teezer is an excellent brush to use. If it makes your procedure of detangling your hair and your hair care routine go more quickly, you shouldn’t get rid of it just yet. It is possible to apply it in a way that will not cause damage to your hair while still achieving the desired effect.