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Old 12-19-2012, 11:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi, I know this was posted a while ago but... I was wondering if you used medicinal or human hair peroxide?
Human hair peroxide. I usually use 20 volume
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Old 12-20-2012, 12:35 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Oh okay, thanks!! Did you just apply it on the stained area and let it dry or used some kind of foils? Oh and did the fumes bother your fluffs eyes/irritate his skin? Haha sorry I know it's a lot of questions!
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Old 12-20-2012, 01:26 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Oh okay, thanks!! Did you just apply it on the stained area and let it dry or used some kind of foils? Oh and did the fumes bother your fluffs eyes/irritate his skin? Haha sorry I know it's a lot of questions!
The 20 or 30 volume doesn't really smell, it's when you add the bleach to it that it has those obnoxious fumes. I just have applied it the stained area and let it dry - but make sure you don't leave it on for a few days without washing it out otherwise you'll fry the hair. Is it old staining you are trying to remove or is your pup still currently staining? With any bleaching, just make sure you condition well!
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The 20 or 30 volume doesn't really smell, it's when you add the bleach to it that it has those obnoxious fumes. I just have applied it the stained area and let it dry - but make sure you don't leave it on for a few days without washing it out otherwise you'll fry the hair. Is it old staining you are trying to remove or is your pup still currently staining? With any bleaching, just make sure you condition well!
It's old staining. It's like a beige colored stain on both sides, you can't really tell unless you see her from the side but it still bothers me! So should I just leave it over night and rinse it the morning?
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Old 12-20-2012, 04:11 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Stacy, what kind of conditioner are you using and how many days before bleaching and after bleaching? I cut down the faces because we had some major staining from allergies and i'm washing faces and eyes with a boric acid wash that i made and hopefully that will help keep staining at bay but just in case.
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