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Is your doll having a bad hair day?
First shampoo the dolls hair to make sure that it is clean. Then add conditioner. Liberally. To much will not hurt. You can also use fabric softener.
Throughly work it into the hair.
Now wrap with saran wrap and set her in a room temperature room for at least one day. If her hair is very brittle, I would suggest leaving her sit in the saran wrap for 3 days to 2 weeks. This allows the conditioner to really penetrate the dolls hair.
Once she has sat for awhile in the conditioner. Run very hot tap water and rinse her hair. Comb and style and then let air dry.
You will be surprised at the results.
This process will work on all modern play dolls and those dolls from our past that have syran, nylon, and modicrylic hair.
Do not use this method on Mohair or Antique dolls.
For shampoo's, cleaning solutions, and other hair care supplies....please visit our Spa Page.