How to Wash a Wig：
1.You will need a nice, not cheap, gentle shampoo, just shampoo, not combined conditioner. The better shampoo you use, the better results you will get.
2. before you start, need to mix up a conditioning solution of 1 part conditioner and 2 parts fabric softener.
3.With many supplies ready and wig brushed out, wet the wig with mildly warm water, not hot. Apply a small, very small, amount of shampoo to the wigs and work around, made sure to get the net as well. This won’t be like washing your hair sinks so don’t expect a lot of suds.
4.Rinse the shampoo out of the wig completely. There should be no more suds or soap residue left over.
5.Apply a small amount of the condition solution to the wig. Work it into the fibers and comb through with your fingers if it is possible. Do not over saturate.
6.Fill the sink with mildly warm water, just enough to cover the wig. Place the wig in the water and swirl around. Let it sit for ten minutes.
7.When the ten minutes are up, rinse completely, making sure not to leave behind any residue.
8.Place on a wig head and let dry completely.
9.Once completely dry, brush and style as desired. Don’t brush when hair sinks wet.
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