What you'll Need:
- Your Hairbrush
- A Fork
- A Sink
- A Small Towel
- Baking Soda
- Measuring Cup- 1/2 Cup Size
- Take the fork (I know it sounds soooo gross- but it really works the best) stick it under the hair on the brush and run it length-wise along the rows of bristles lifting the hair away from the handle base.
- If you have a flat/ paddle brush- you can probably just pull the hair right off at this point- skip to the next section.
- If you have a radial/ round brush- once you've lifted the hair with the fork, take the scissors and cut the hair in a straight line length-wise and you should be able to pull the hair completely off.
*Not for Rubber Cushioned, Wooden Bodied or Natural Boar Bristle Brushes.
- Fill your sink 3/4 of the way with the hottest water you can.
- Measure and add 1/2 cup of Baking Soda.
- Take your brush (holding onto the handle) and swish the head around in the water to dissolve the Baking Soda.
- Drop the entire brush into the sink and let it soak for about 10-15 minutes.
- Check to see if it's clean. If it's not- add a few drops of shampoo or dish soap and let it soak a little longer.
- Place on a towel to let it air dry.