Asked on May 9, 2017

How do you clean a hair brush which has lint?

Robby TreichelC.B.William


3 answers
  • William
    on May 9, 2017

    Remove any loose hair that has collected in the hairbrush by grasping the sides of the brush and pulling outward, away from the bristles. You can also use a fine tooth comb to remove stubborn hair.

    Wet the hairbrush under hot running water until it is soaked.

    Add three drops of shampoo to the bristles of the brush.

    Hold the handle of the brush in your left hand while rubbing the bristles briskly to spread the shampoo to all the bristles.

    Run a fine tooth comb through the soapy bristles, using an upward motion to lift the lint from the bottom of each row of bristles. Repeat this step until all the lint is removed.

    Rinse the brush under hot running water. Place on a towel to air dry.
  • C.B.
    on May 10, 2017

    Great share William!...we also use an old tooth to get between the rows of bristles with the shampoo when rinsing off the brush[es].
  • Robby Treichel
    on May 11, 2017

    I scrub all of my brushes at the same time and use them to scrub each other. I use shampoo or dish soap depending on the room I happen to be in.
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