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    Posted: Sep 30 2013 at 12:06pm
i'm ready to make my 1st hair purchase, and i heard dritz is great for sealing, i was just wondering after washing does it develop a residue? does it hold well?
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It turns white after wsshing and can start to ware off.

In weaves sr. I bumped a thread about wefts sealers
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seems like every weft sealant ive tried, especialy those specifically meant for fabric, have never worked or prevented shedding. I even bought one from the beauty supply store & it was a waste of time & left residue on the wefts..
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You should co-wash your bundles, allow to fully dry THEN seal.....I think it works better that way so then you won't have a residue.

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Originally posted by iChinaaBanks iChinaaBanks wrote:

You should co-wash your bundles, allow to fully dry THEN seal.....I think it works better that way so then you won't have a residue.


Thats what I normally do when I get some new hair and before an install
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