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There is a very easy solution to removing the burnt look from your hair styling products. I had no idea it was so easy. All you need is some regular nail polish remover (acetone). Wipe off your hair styling device with acetone and viola! Your straightner or curling iron will look brand new! Have you thought about buying a new straightner because your current one is turning brown and seems to catch on your hair? No need... the acetone will create a new shiny surface again.
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If you've let your curling iron build up sticky brown burnt-on hairspray and grime, here's what really works to clean a curling iron!
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Hurry, before it is gone! Limited time remaining!In-Stock - Ships in 24 hours99% reviewers recommend this product 100% Money Back Guarantee This lifesaver that is completely heat resistant holds your tools while they’re heating up, during styling, and while they’re cooling down. A must have if you own any type of hair
How to Make a Tailor's Clapper: A tailor's clapper is a tool that helps you get amazingly crisp, flat pressed seams and creases. To use it, you first press your seam with a hot iron and lots of steam. Immediately after lifting the iron, you place the clapper over …
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Don't throw that dirty, old flat iron away! With just 2 simple ingredients you can make it look like new again.
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Cast iron requires little care and cleans up with almost no effort when it's properly seasoned. Old cast iron periodically requires reseasoning to restore its nonstick properties. Improper cleaning, storage or initial seasoning may also necessitate reseasoning and restoration. Although the process takes a day to ...
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