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Peter Pan

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Hope someone on here can help me out with this. My ultra sculpter has become contaminated, and I cant seem to bring it back from the dead. A few geeks did tell me that they had managed to bring theres back, but after trying, its just not happening. I have tried and tried to dip and wipe, and also overnight soak with this brush, but nothing is helping.

does anyone have any other suggestions pleaseeee
 

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Nailzoo washes his in shampoo ?
maybe worth giving it a try but i would ask what sort of shampoo he uses first hth
 

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Nailzoo washes his in shampoo ?
maybe worth giving it a try but i would ask what sort of shampoo he uses first hth
ive done that too.
just use a mild shampoo and use conditioner afterwards making sure you rinse really thoroughly.
 

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thanks - ill give it a go

i normally use a shampoo for frequent use, would that be any good
 

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Should be hun,
if it is for frequent use it should be mild.
hope you get your best friend sorted lol
 

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Should be hun,
if it is for frequent use it should be mild.
hope you get your best friend sorted lol
thanks girls - will try tomorra - i cant let this brush die
 

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yep, a shampoo, wash and rinse (then repeat), then conditioner, leave for 5 mins, just like you would with your own hair, pat it dry, then air dry overnight.

A good swim in monomer the next morning, pat dry, let it sit for a while ( a few hours), then give it a go......
 

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let us know how you get on :hug:
 

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I'm sure I've read on here somewhere to soak it in scrubfresh as an emergency.
I have tried this and it worked ok for me.

Hope you get it sorted Glynnis.

xx
 

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i'd never use scrubfresh (as it's 50% acetone) would you wash your hair in acetone ?
RESPECT YOUR BRUSH
 

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i'd never use scrubfresh (as it's 50% acetone) would you wash your hair in acetone ?
RESPECT YOUR BRUSH
Point taken Carl!! It's very valid......
However it got the rubbish out the brush & I did say emergency!
 

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