LocNation2010: Hey lady!!! hi paleeeze dont comb your locs. they are not meant to be
combed...i had a horrid lint problem and I got rid of it with raw apple
cider vinegar...1st shampoo with a really good tea tree shampoo, then rub
in the apple cider and water mixture, massage it in to the locs where the
lint in...theeen, another rinse with the tea tree again ,and a good
moisturizer...suuuuper clean locs!!! Peace and Blessings love!!!
Mzshizz25: Yea that sucks but I can't see my self picking each one out abd cutting
them isn't an option. I heard black tee is a healthy way to mask it and
kinda make it blend...thinking of trying that
BlackNaps: Yes, it is. I just didn't want lint in my hair, because dye is just
covering it up.
diane44507: Thanks for the info but I really wish you would have demonstrated how to
get the lint out. This is one subject that is hard to find via internet and
BlackNaps: @Alexyz711 Thanks for the feedback, : ) the audio does kinda suck and in
future videos this will be changed
RBGTHUG: ugh, so I have this same problem except its just about in every damn loc
and it's all throughout also. So the only way to fix this is to cut them?
Astrid: Is dreadlock lint more common in black hair? I'm caucasian and I haven't
noticed any lint in my dreads- aside from the one time I decided to put
conditioner in them. :( Never again!
BlackNaps: @diane44507 Thanks for the feedback! I have posted a new video
demonstrating lint removal.
BlackNaps: It may be, it seems to attract lint easily if you are not wearing silk
scarf when you are sleeping at night.
TBREEZYBABYYY: I been growing my hair for about 11 years and i locked it almost 3 years
ago. I probably tried everything to get rid of the lint buildup but to no
avail. It just continues to get worse to the point where im seriously
considering cutting them and starting all over.
Shaggy Locks: Shaggy ☼◄๑۩۩๑►☼ Locks 5 ★☆★☆★}}}
Raheem Pounds: love the locs
RBGTHUG: I wish it were that easy but its literally all throughout my hair so thats
kind of impossible. However I did find a "so called fix" from this site,
but I thought I'd run it by you could review it before I actually tried it
tho ehow.com/how_6182842_lint-out-dreads-bentonite.html so do u think thats
Alexyz711: Audio is not the greatest, but the tips are cool.
BlackNaps: @RBGTHUG No you do not have to cut them. Simply pick the lint out with a