Whether it is a wig with pure human hair or artificial hair, it will be contaminated and dirty after a long time. Therefore, it is best to sew a hairnet in the hair cover before using the wig, which will help fix it and make it easy to clean.
Wigs are generally cleaned every 3-7 days. Before washing, first, use a thick-tooth soft brush or a thin-tooth wooden comb to gently comb from top to bottom to clean dirt and dust. Then put the wig in warm water (water temperature 25-30℃) dissolved with detergent, soak it for 10 minutes, rinse the wig gently by hand, and use a comb to remove the sticky material on the wig. Note that the wig must not be rubbed in water, and the wig will fall off and break off in the following year. Finally, rinse the wig with clean water, brave the towel and gently wipe dry the moisture on the wig, apply a little hair cream to the wig, hang it in a ventilated place to dry naturally, and then fix it with a curling iron or blow it into shape. If you don’t use it often, you have to pack it in a plastic bag and seal it for storage.