Once you have purchased your full lace wigs or lace front wigs, people often buy the adhesive and forget to purchase a solution to remove it. Removing your lace wig can be tedious if you do not know what you are doing or how to do it. One needs to be careful while removing because you do not want to ruin your unit and you want to extend the life of your lace wigs.
Before we start, you may want to pull your hair back into a pony tail style to better remove your wig and access without getting extra hair caught in the process. Here are a few suggestions of what you can purchase to remove your wig.
Firstly, with any of these removers, once you apply, you must wait a certain amount of time for the solution to penetrate before you can begin lifting and slowly removing. Be careful not to put to much remover and avoid getting it in your eyes. All of these adhesive removers can be found online at either wig vendors websites or sites such as eBay.
Secondly, if you cannot get your hands on any of these removers, no need to worry, you can go to any pharmacy and purchase 91 or more percent Isopropyl alcohol which is a great remover and works on any adhesive, it is a bit strong, but it gets the job done. Baby oil is also known to help as a remover if you do not have anything else on hand although the process may take a bit longer and can be a little messy than other solutions.
These removers are also great to get rid of the residue from wig adhesives which will most likely be on the edges of your wig. If you still find it hard to completely remove even just a little bit of the adhesive, take a small mirror and rub it on to the edges of the wig where the glue or tape has become sticky on our wig until completely off. Finally you can wash your wig and remember to always place your wig on a wig stand when not in use to retain its shape.