By Tia Cristy
When you go to a salon or barber, you’ll notice they have that blue jar of liquid soaking scissors, combs and brushes. It sanitizes the tools, in between clients. Yes, if you’re the only one using your brush or comb, it doesn’t need to be cleaned between every brushing. But, it should be cleaned every so often.
Remove all clumps of stray hair and run a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol over the brush, while soaking in between the bristles. Let dry. If you wish, rinse after 10 minutes and let air dry.
If you want to do all the hair tools at the same time get a shallow dish that would allow them all to soak at the same time. Mix water, vinegar and a little bit of shampoo. Add to the dish and let tools soak for 30 minutes. Rinse and let air dry.