FSG making

For those of you who add non food items & preservatives to your FSG, how do you clean your tools afterwards? If you have an immersion blender, is it for FSG only or do you use it for cooking as well?
Fine/Thin hair (low density)
Normal porosity
Normal Elasticity

Techniques: Modified Super Soaker, plopping, pixe diffusing, clipping

Low poo: Acure, Y2Cukes
Co Wash: SNRS, Suave Tropical Coconut
RO: Y2C
Style: FSG (HG!!!!), with HETT & BRHG or Devacurl Ultra light defining Gel
PT: IAGirls Gelatin
DT: GVP CB mixed with Coconut oil, Olive Oil, Agave (or honey).

Favorite Styling tools: Devafuser, Deva clips & Flour Sack Towels
I have separate tools for making my B&B products. I actually have three immersion blenders, one for FSG and lotions, one for CP soap and one for cooking. Each are different colors or models so I can tell which one is which.

As far as clean up goes, everything gets washed in the sink with hot soapy water and put away until I'm going to make a product. A few hours before I'm going to make something, I stick my tools in the dishwasher to get them as clean and sanitized as possible.
3a/3b Medium Texture & Normal Porosity
Modified CG since November 2009
Low Poo - (Once in a while) True Polaris Solid Shampoo Bar
CO-wash/Condish - (I'm lazy, one step only!) True Polaris Solid Conditioner Bars
Styling - True Polaris Truly Curly Styling Gel I add 'cones in summer Truly Frizz Free Hair Serum
I plop and defuse daily


I love MUSE

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