Usually hair brushes whether synthetic, natural, round, or paddle gets matted with dust and hair. Also curling and flat irons get coated with dried styling product. If you use these products as such may damage your hair. Here are a few pro tips for cleaning your tools and keep them in tip-top shape.
Cleaning hair brush starts with getting all of the hair out from between the bristles. For this use a pencil or pen to lift hair from the comb. Then run the brush under warm water and apply shampoo on it. By using tooth brush gently rub it to clean and dry it with a towel.
When styling your hair, if you are using a hair iron, use the lowest heat setting on the tool. This will not just prevent your hair from damage but also protect the tool.
When cleaning any heated styling tools, start by unplugging them and making sure they are completely cooled down. Use alcohol to clean them.
The lint, dirt, and hair that builds up in a hair dryer can not only blow back into your hair, it can also break the dryer if not cleaned out regularly.
Cleaning your brush depends upon the frequency of using. If you use a lot of hair styling products and style your hair with a curling iron or flat iron on a daily basis, it is good to clean them once in a week.
Finally, remember to clean the handles and bodies of all your styling tools and hairbrushes. Regular dirt and grime builds up on them, as well as styling product from your hands and any sprays you use.