When it comes to solvents, it can take a few tries before you find your perfect combination of removal time versus clean-up time. If you’re looking for something right in the sweet spot of both, you’ll definitely want to give Weft Release a try. It was designed specifically to remove tape from the actual hair extension weft. To make removing tape from wefts easier, Weft Release is oil based, meaning it won’t disintegrate the tape and turn it into goo. It works specifically on the adhesive so that you can easily peel the tape from the weft after the solvent has worked it’s magic. Although it’s oil based, it leaves minimal oil residue, making clean-up easier and less messy. Unlike other removers on the market, Weft Release has a great smell, making it even nicer to work with. And to top it all off, it’s low-cost, making it easy for anyone to try. Weft Release is available as a spray or drip-top. To review:
People Love Weft Release Because:
- It smells great
- It works quickly
- It’s easy to clean up
- It’s low-cost
Products That Work Best with Weft Release:
Pro-Flex II is one of our most popular tapes. It’s easy to work with, hypoallergenic, holds strong for up to six weeks and leaves minimal residue. It removes especially well with Weft Release.
Extension Prep Shampoo is the most important first step in applying tape-in hair extensions. It is stronger than a normal shampoo to ensure all oils, buildup and residue are removed. This is important to ensure the hold times you and you clients are looking for. After using Weft Release for removal, give the hair a quick wash with Extension Prep Shampoo to remove any residue.