Clean your Boar Bristle Brush as needed whenever dust, hair, debris and oils accumulate. Especially during the hair detoxification process, you may find that you need to clean your brush more frequently, as little as two or three days or before each shampooing.
Gently loosen strands of hair with a comb, careful not to pull out any of the bristles. Either dip the bristles only, not the hairbrush or handle, into warm soapy water and gently work the bristles back and forth to cleanse; or place a few drops of MM shampoo onto the brush spread with a little water and then rinse under running warm water. Make sure to hold the hairbrush with the head pointing downwards so no water can enter the air hole at the end. Rinse thoroughly and shake to remove moisture. Let air dry with bristles facing down.