- an old toothbrush
- a bowl or basin
- a towel
Let's get started!
Begin by removing the hair and other particles, using the ends of the comb to pick up the hair. You can run it both vertically and horizontally.
If there are particularly stubborn buildup, you can gently use the scissors to cut the tangles.
Once you've removed most of the dirt, fill a small sink or bowl with warm water and a small amount of shampoo. Submerge the bristles in. Depending on how much needs to be cleaned, you can let it soak for 5-10mins as well as use the toothbrush to scrub.
Rinse the hairbrush off with room temperature water, and place it on a towel, bristles side down. This ensures that no water stays in the cushion of the brush.
Let it dry overnight, then enjoy your brushing ritual once again. It's great to create a cleaning routine about 3-4x per year to ensure your brush stays in optimal condition!