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    I've heard of numerous ways to get rid of build-up, but the one that sounded the safest to me was a simple baking soda & water mix that won't strip my hair. Does anyone else do it this way? If so how much baking soda and how much water should I use? If not, how do you clairfy? I still don't have a solid routine down yet and the same goes for finding my product staples. Thanks!

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    I've heard of numerous ways to get rid of build-up,...

    Hereà‚´s a link that gives u an answer...Scroll down for clarifing products and how to...
    http://motowngirl.com/recipes.htm#acv

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    I do the ACV rinse listed as well. I use warm water though because cold water doesn't feel good on my scalp. I also put the ACV rinse in after wetting my hair but before washing so that I can get the vinegar smell out of my hair and moisturize it as well (by no pooing). Make sure you do a deep conditioner afterwards, because my hair is always a little dry afterwards...

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    Thanks Uzuri! I haven't been to that site in forever & forgot all about it! There are a couple of things I'm gonna try that were on there.

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    Is this necessary?? I have never done this before?? What does it do for one??

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    ACV was too drying for my hair so i just use suave clarifying. i make usre i do a CO wash before and deep condition after to prevent dryness

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    Is this necessary?? I have never done this before?? What...

    It is not necessary. No, not at all, but if you no-poo, use a lot of shea butter and other heavy products that leave a film on your hair, or still have product bulidup after shampooing, an AVC rinse or any other clarifying rinse is a good idea. It rinses bulidup from your hair that products, condtioners, etc leave.

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    Thank you so much, no I do not use those products, I am very new maybe when I start venturing out more with other things, I will have to clarify.

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