Wash Synthetic wig

How to wash your Synthetic wig?

Almost every Synthetic wig will require refreshing every couple of weeks. We would like to share some of our insights on how to maintain and keep your synthetic wig fresh. 

First step is to detangle the synthetic fibers of your wig. For this step you will need a wide tooth comb. Genteelly brush through and remove any tangles using a wide tooth comb. Make sure you don’t pull the fibers from their roots. 

Once you have detangled the fibers, you will need a bowl of cold water. Don’t use hot water with your synthetic wig as the heat can damage the fibers. Mix a Wig Shampoo into the water and then soak the wig for 5 minutes. 

Genteelly immerse the wig in the water until the shampoo is totally removed. You might need to change the water few times until all the shampoo is gone. Don’t squeeze or rub the wig, instead use a towel and fold it onto the wig. 

The next step is to apply a wig conditioner to the wig. Softly apply a wig conditioner from the roots down to the end of the synthetic fibers. Do this for few minutes and then rinse the wig with cold water. 

Once the conditioner is rinsed you can genteelly shake the wig. Depending on the style of the wig you can use a wig comb or your fingers to style your now clean and fresh wig. Place your wig on a wig stand and let it air dry. Don’t use a dryer because heat can damage the fibers. 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask us. 

One thought on “How to wash your Synthetic wig?

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