How to Wash Human Hair Wigs At Home

If you don’t want to take your 10a human hair wigs to a professional, how can you give it the proper wash at home? Although learning how to wash human hair wigs at home may seem difficult, with the appropriate tools and care, you can keep your hair smelling great, looking great, and retaining its natural luster. Use this detailed instruction manual to properly clean and maintain your human hair wig at home.

Be sure to follow the instructions for how often to wash your wig.

Start by running a brush through your hair.
It’s crucial to disentangle the strands of your human hair wigs before you begin washing them at home. To do this, first detangle and detangle your wig by brushing or combing it well with a wide-tooth comb. Be cautious when brushing because rough handling can lead to shedding and wig damage. Step two can be done after the wig has been detangled.

Put your wig in some lukewarm water in a sink.
Your wig should then be placed in a sink filled with warm water and a small bit of a gentle shampoo and conditioner. Ensure that the water is not excessively hot or cold because this can harm your hair. Remove any dirt and buildup from the scalp and hair strands by gently washing and massaging the wig, and then let it soak for about 15 minutes. Next thoroughly rinse your wig in cold water until the water is clear.

Make a cleaning solution, and then use a non-rinse shampoo to lightly scrub your wig.
It’s time to make a cleaning solution using cool water and a non-rinse shampoo or conditioner after properly rinsing your wig. Pour the mixture onto the wig after combining the two. Then gently rub the solution with your fingertips all over the wig, paying special attention to any areas where there may be more buildup. Lastly, pour lukewarm water over the wig to remove any remaining shampoo, and squeeze out any moisture.

Shampoo should be removed with lukewarm water and a towel. Dry Out Any Extra Water.
Use the cleansing agent and rinse it off, then run lukewarm water through the wig to remove all of the extra shampoo. After patting the wig to remove any excess moisture, put it upside-down on a wig stand or another strong object to let it air dry. Avoid blowdrying or flat ironing wet hair as this could harm the fibers of your wig.

Before wearing, let the wig air dry completely and brush it out.
Give the wig some time to air dry entirely once it has been cleansed and towel dried before brushing it out. Regular brushes can harm the synthetic fibers, so make sure to use a wide-toothed wig-specific comb. Once the wig is completely dry, you can add shine and extra volume by gently brushing it from root to tip.

Use a few drops of wig oil or specialized wig conditioner once the wig has dried. This will assist keep the synthetic fibers moisturized and supple. If your wig has been exposed to wind or sunlight, wig oils and conditioners can help restore moisture to the strands. Finally, before using any styling products on your human hair wigs, spritz them with a mild heat protectant. This will ensure that if you choose to use heat-based styling equipment, your wig won’t be harmed.

The extremely thorough instructions for cleaning human hair wigs at home.