How to Take Out Bonding Glue

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Taking out bonding glue is something that is a lot easier if the glue isn't so old. Take out bonding glue with help from trainer and distributor for Racoon Midatlantic in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I’m Monica, and I’m going to show you how to take out bonded hair extensions. When they’re newer, they’re obviously easier to take out. And, they’re only harder to take out as they age because there’s a little bit of a dreadlocking effect that happens between the bond and the scalp, and it’s actually the combing out of that little dreadlock that makes the removal harder. When you do remove hair extensions, you want to be gentle and you want to be kind to the hair. You want to wear a glove, and you want to use some acetone or alcohol. Mostly, acetone will take out all of the kinds of bonding that are out there. But, if it doesn’t, use some alcohol. You get the bond wet, you hit it with your little plier until it turns into, like, this little cookie crumb dust-type thing. Take a little comb, and just comb it out. And, that’s how you take them out, leaving the client’s hair fully intact, no problems.


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