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    Posted: Oct 21 2013 at 2:35pm
How do I remove aleens on wefts? I sealed these QHP wefts like 8 months ago & now it's all white and peeling. (The wefts changed color once i soaked the hair in lemon water to rid the smell that came back & it worked) . I usually seal & dye the hair black so the wefts aren't usually white. It's kinda peeling too. Should u just peel it all off and then re-seal? Or should I just re-seal ontop of the white, or just seal the opposite side of the weft? I plan on dying the hair black again after I re-seal. Wtf should I do?? Thanks.





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I never seen hair like that...black dye maybe
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I would remove it first before putting anymore glue on top of that.
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Wouldn't new glue on top of old, peeling glue just come off? I'd just remove the old glue and then re-seal. Don't waste you're product putting it on top.
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I can't remember all the steps but try place it in the middle of a paper towel and ironing the weft portion. The heat should help remove the glue. I can't remember thou if this is done on dry or wet hair.
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Ice cubes with a plastic sponge .
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This happened to a friend of mine and she soaked the hair in acv and then deep conditioner and rubbed the sealer off wefts with her fingers afterwards and they were good as new. 
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i think acetone breaks aleenes fabric fusion... however i dont know if it would damage the weft, but acetone may definitely help
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