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- Removes keratin glue
- For strand-by-strand applications
Fusion Hair Glue Remover works by drying keratin glue at where it is bonded. Use for glue removal of strand-by-strand applications.
Apply just a few drops of Fusion Hair Glue Remover directly on keratin glue bond. After 10-20 seconds, "crack" glue with pliers. Glue will crumble and loosen. Extension will slide off easily. Comb out any remaining glue crumbles.
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Excellent I used this product to remove fusion extensions from my hair and I have to say, it worked way better than I expected. I used a small amount applied to the glue, cracked it with small craft priers and they slid right out! My sister and I had almost 200 pieces out in less then an hour with no glue residue left on my hair. It smells like nail polish remover, other than that I would highly recommend this product. It worked excellent! October 14, 2013
Removes the glue ALSO removes the hair.... So this product does soften the glue, you can use a comb and just brush it out but it also takes out alot of hair with it. So I really dont like it because of that but gave it a 3 star because it does what it says and removes glue. February 15, 2013
Wasnt expecting it to work this good! I put fusion u-tips in myself for the first time and two did not turn out great, I thought it would be so hard to get the glue out. It only took two minutes to get both completely out! I put the remover on and worked it in with my fingers and It immediately started to brake up, then i combed it out with a fine tooth comb. Theres no residue and their completely out! Great product!!! July 19, 2011
So easy and works great This was my first time putting in extensions and taking them out. I figured out that you have to put a few drops on the bond, then crack it right away. I used an adjustable wrench to crack the bond and it worked great. The bond crumbled to pieces and let me slide the strand off my hair. Very good stuff! April 28, 2011