Five Things You Should Know About Hot Combs

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A Clean Hot Comb Works Better Than a Greasy One
With a regular flat iron, what really needs to be done to clean it? A good wipe down at the most so that you don’t have last weeks grease on this weeks freshly washed ‘do. But a hot comb needs some thorough cleansing to ensure that it works properly. Built up gunk and grease obviously hides better in a hot comb than it would in other straightening instruments and extra mess can burn your hair quicker. Get yourself a bowl of some sort and fill it with water (don’t immerse the entire comb), and then throw in baking soda. The chemical compound can do wonders if left to work on the comb for over an hour, rinsed and left to dry.

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