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Sunday
Feb052012

It's doable...clean styling tools

So this is definitely my dirty little secret... but too great not to share...  Here it is, a great little tute on how to clean your styling tools.

The before and after:

 WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

- bowl and spoon

- baking soda

- vinegar (I used white)

 

STEPS:

1) Put some baking soda in your bowl and about the same amount of vinegar.  IT IS GOING TO BUBBLE UP, BUT IT WILL SUBSIDE.  You want it to be pastey so add vinegar or baking soda as necessary.

2) Unplug your styling tool. Carefully put the paste on top of your styling tool, making sure it doesn't drip into any of the crevices.  (You will do one side at a time).

 3) Now leave it to soak up all the gunk for 30 minutes to a hour.  Take a slightly damp rag and wipe off the paste.  (Repeat with other side).  You will be left with a like-new styling tool! 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reader Comments (1)

I was so amazed knowing that you can do this kind of cleaning to your styling tool. I wonder how to clean my styling tool without being wet because I know that it could break my tool. Thanks for the tips. Cheers to you!

April 7, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterplumbing

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