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Reduce Build up on Your Hair

As far as the baking soda goes, do you wash you hair before or after using the baking soda?

By Shelley from Madera, PA

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February 18, 20100 found this helpful

Dissolve a tablespoon of baking soda in a cup of warm water. Pour over your hair and don't rinse. Now shampoo as normal. The baking soda will strip out excess build-up. Here's another post that I found which is very much the same: http://www.thri  f506612.tip.html

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If you use hair spray or spritz and get build up on your hair, you may want to try this. After you shampoo, while your hair is still wet, take a tablespoon of baking soda and work into your hair. It removes the build up so that you don't have to use an expensive hair care product.

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