|Written by jblovly|
After applying a quickweave with glue, you may find it difficult to remove it. Glue can get stuck in the hair causing a struggle. If the glue on your quickweave is not removed properly, it can lead to permanent hair loss. Permanent hair loss occurs by trying to force the glue out of your hair without the glue being ready. Use these instructions to remove the glue from your quickweave.
1. Make sure you have worn out your quickweave to its full capacity. If you try to remove a new quickweave, it may be hard because the glue has not loosened itself.
2. Use an adhesive remover. Drench the adhesive remover everywhere your quickweave is bonded.
3. Let the hair bond remover sit in your hair for about 10 minutes. This will allow the glue to loosen.
4. Gently try to remove the quickweave. When it is ready, it should start to lift with no hassal. Never yank, pull, or force your quickweave off to limit baldness.
5. If it does not remove, add more hair bond remover and again let it sit for 10 minutes. You will need to repeat this process multiple times for stubborn areas.
6. Once all the glue has been removed, you can proceed to wash your hair. Washing will get rid of the stickiness that you may feel from removing your quickweave.