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Anonymous

To remove build-up on hair. Mix shanpoo or dish liqiud with baking soda, form a smooth paste. Apply to hair, let set 5 min, then wash as normal, removes hair spray and all dulling residue.

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Anonymous

wooooah! dish soap is way to harsh on your hair! just a wee bit of baking soda in your shampoo will do the trick.

sara

dont use this if you have colored hair, it might be to harsh and cause the color to fade

Anonymous

Uhmmm dish soap does keep the grey hairs away though! my late grampa used sunlight and some other brand for so many years. when he passed away he didnt have one grey/white strand of hair..if he did they didnt show at all!

Anonymous

Is that true? Please tell more about the dishsoap remedy for gray hair. It sounds interesting.

Anonymous

It's true. dish soap may dry out your hair, but it prevents grays. all the men on my father's side of the family gets gray hair at about 30. My grandpa uses dish soap, and has no grays. He is now 80.

Anonymous

So, having way dry, nasty, ugly hair is better than throwing on some dye when you get grey? I will stick to my Paul Mitchell thank you.

Anonymous

dish soap will dry out your hair really badly. Baking soda will to but not as bad. Baking soda will also take the color out of colored hair.

Anonymous

shampoo mixed with baking soda to get out hairspray and residue works really well. my hair was colored before doing this and i think it looks better (and feels better!) and it's still colored....

Anonymous

yeeah Dish Soap A big no....when i was a kid i wanted to wash my own hair on my own and tryed with dish soap beacuse i thought thats what i was suppose to use and got caught and mother told me you wanna dry your hair out and its been Pantene ever sense i truely dont care for grey hair i look at it is wisdon ahaaha

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