How do you clean this particular brush?
Other than using your hands to pull out the hair that ends up in the hairbrush, how do you clean this? Just the natural buildup that happens over time. I never know how to clean brushes like this that have this kind of "air pocket" with it -- I feel like it will retain water if I submerse it in soapy water. Please help -- thanks! :)
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
on Paddle Brush
After cleaning off the loose hairs, I wash my brush in the shower, while I am shampooing. Rinse and Air Dry. That's it.
Quick and easy.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
(West Allis, WI)
I've been using this type of brush for a long time. I do use soap and water. I use an old toothbrush with some soap to get off the product build up in between the bristles and pick up any remaining hair with an old comb. Then I rinse it in water and bang it on a towel. I also squeeze the air out along with any water. I then prop it up upside down overnight on the towel to dry. Never had a problem. Hope this helps
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
I submerge the brush in water, add a little shampoo, then take a wide tooth comb to remove hair, etc
I then turn the brush over (after rinsing ) and let it dry for about 15 mins. The water drains out.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
The brush advertises to wipe with a warm water rag. Submersing isn't a good option
answered 2 years ago
I don't submerge mine in water i just sort of wash it under hot water and let it air dry with the dish rack
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
I don't submerge the brush. I add shampoo and warm water to the sink, turn the brush so the bristles face down, and I swish it in the soapy water for about a minute. This dissolves any residue. I rinse it well for another minute. Then, hold the brush by the handle tight and pretend like you're going to throw it. Do this a few times and the water really comes out. Dry the brush bristle side down on top of a towel.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
Once you finish pulling out the hairs, use a baby wipe to wipe it clean and remove any hair product residue!
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
(Pocono Mountains, PA)