Water in My Water Heater Is Hot but When Taking a Shower the Hot Water Will Run Out?

water in my water heater is hot but when taking a shower the hot water will run out?

First off, DO NOT TURN UP THE TEMP. OF THE WATER, unless it's only lukewarm now. Turning up the temp. of the water only gives you hotter water, not more hot water. It's a good way for someone to get scalded. Uridiot was on the right track, if you get some hot water, but it runs out fairly quickly, then the lower element of the unit, is burned out. We are assuming that the unit is electric, because gas water heaters all heat from the bottom up, and have no choice but to heat everything in the tank when the burner comes on. Electric heaters, on the other hand, heat the water in the top half of the tank first. When that water reaches the temp. set on the thermostat, then the top element kicks off and the bottom one kicks in, heating the bottom half of the tank water. If both of the elements in an electric unit were to run at the same time it would take about a 50 amp. breaker to hold the electric flow. When the bottom element burns out, the top still heats and when it kicks off and calls for the bottom to run nothing happens. You open the valve to get hot water and the water from the top of the tank comes out and it refills from the bottom with cold water. Change the bottom element or call a repair person to do it and your volume of hot water will go up considerably. Depending on the amount of lime, calcium sediment buildup in the tank when the element is removed,, you may want to consider just having both replaced.

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Rodent & water bottles-water changes-Is it just me?

I have a hamster and two gerbils and I do not change their water everyday. And I am not mad because I do sort of the same thing that you do when it comes to changing water bottles. I change it about seven days to about maybe eleven days. But I think I know the point of people changing their pet's water bottles everyday. Rodents backwash food into the water bottle and people think it is gross. So they give them fresh water everyday. And you can sort of tell when the water goes bad: When it is not clear water anymore. I hope this helps.

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Water

The characteristics capable of supporting Type 1 pits were determined empirically by Lucey after examining the compositions of waters in which the pitting behaviour was known. They should be cold, less than 30°C, hard or moderately hard, 170 to 300 mg/l carbonate hardness, and organically pure. Organically pure waters usually originate from deep wells, or boreholes. Surface waters from rivers or lakes contain naturally occurring organic compounds that inhibit the formation of Type 1 pits, unless a deflocculation treatment has been carried out that removes organic material. Type 1 pitting is relatively uncommon in North America and this may be a result of the lower population density allowing a significant proportion of the potable water to be obtained from surface derived sources. In addition to being cold hard and organically pure, the water needs a specific chemistry. The effect of the water chemistry can be empirically determined though use of the Pitting Propensity Rating (PPR) a number that takes into account the sulfate, chloride, nitrate and sodium ion concentrations of the water as well as its acidity or pH. A water with a positive PPR has been shown to be capable of propagating Type 1 pits

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Regular water or Flavored water?

I like regular water. I do not like flavored water

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Why are toilets supplied with cold water instead of hot water?

In addition to the other answers most toilets have water storage tanks. You would have to have a tankless water heater just before the toilet or a an auxiliary heating coil to keep the water hot otherwise it's simply going to cool off between flushes. Most American toilets are too far from the water heater to get an instant supply of hot water in the first place.

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Can we compare and contrast: "water”, "fresh water”, and "ocean water”?

the 97% of water is in the oceans, estuaries marshes, while the 3 % that is fresh is the water in the atmosphere, rivers and as ice on mountains and at the poles

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The Waldo water tower is a historic elevated steel water tower located in Waldo, Arkansas, United States, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places— — — — — —Water Tower ParkThe Water Tower Park (Chinese: ; pinyin: Zìláishuǐ Gōngyuán) is a park in Lingya District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.— — — — — —Old Chicago Water Tower DistrictThe Old Chicago Water Tower District is a historic district along the Magnificent Mile shopping district in the Near North Side community area of Chicago, Illinois. The district is located on both sides of North Michigan Avenue between East Chicago and East Pearson Streets. It includes the Chicago Water Tower, Chicago Avenue Pumping Station, and Chicago Fire Department Fire Station No. 98. All three structures are part of the Chicago Landmark district designated on October 6, 1971 (amended June 10, 1981). The Water Tower and Pumping Station were jointly added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 23, 1975. In addition the Tower was named an American Water Landmark in 1969. The Water Tower was also one of the few buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire. The district is the namesake of the nearby Water Tower Place. The district was once called Tower Town or Towertown and was known for its bohemian artists and nightlife in the early 20th century. In the 1910s, artists moved into an area near Pine St (now North Michigan Avenue) that was being deserted by affluent residents. Tower Town was the resultant artistic district, and it was successful in part because of its proximity to affluent patrons who remained on the Gold Coast. A new bridge connecting the area to the Chicago Loop helped transform Tower Town into an expensive commercial district. Bars and nightclubs in the area included Chez Pierre, the Dil Pickle Club, Kelly's Stables, the Little Club, the Paradise Club and the Tent.— — — — — —Kenwood Park Water TowerThe Kenwood Park Water Tower is an octagonal brick and stone water tower in the Kenwood neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. It was built in 1910 and designed by Frederick William Cappelen, the city of Minneapolis engineer at the time. The tower is 110 feet tall, making it the tallest structure in Kenwood. The tower has not been used to store water since 1954. The tower was built to alleviate water pressure and storage problems in the Lowry Hill area. Although the tower is not the work of a master architect or representative of a specific architectural style, its design is distinctive. It is ornamented with projecting ribs, narrow rectangular windows, and Lombard bands, suggesting a medieval fortress. The tower serves as a distinct visual focus within the neighborhood. The Kenwood Park Water Tower is one of three stone water towers built in Minneapolis during the early 20th century. The others are Washburn Park Water Tower in 'Tangletown' and Prospect Park Water Tower in southeast Minneapolis.— — — — — —Illinois Central Railroad Water Tower and Pump HouseThe Illinois Central Railroad Water Tower and Pump House are a water tower and pump house in Kinmundy, Illinois, which served the Illinois Central Railroad— — — — — —Brzeg water towerBrzeg water tower - a historic water tower in the town of Brzeg, Opole Voivodeship, Poland. When the oldest waterworks for the town of Brzeg (Brieg), built in the second half of the nineteenth-century was not sufficient for the town's populous, in 1864, the town authorities set out to built a new water tower which was completed in the latter part of the aforesaid year. Initially, water was taken from the Oder River, however, due to noted frequent epidemics, a waterworks was built in Gierszowice to supply the water tower.— — — — — —Weehawken Water TowerIn September 2014, Casquejo was again arrested for scaling the 175-foot (53 m) Weehawken Water Tower. He was charged with defiant trespassing and resisting arrest.— — — — — —Trelleborg Old Water TowerTrelleborg Old Water Tower is a now defunct water tower in Stadsparken, Trelleborg in southern Sweden. The erection of the water tower was initiated 1911 after drawings by the architect Ivar Tengbom, and was finished 1912. Since the town of Trelleborg lies in flat surroundings the tower had to be tall; it is 58 metres (190 ft) tall and is the largest building in Trelleborg. The uppermost three meters of the building is a copper-plated spire, a spire decorated by two spheres - one being 40 centimetres (16 in) in diameter, the other 60 centimetres (24 in) in diameter. The cistern could contain 300 cubic metres (11,000 cu ft) of water, its top was 42 metres (138 ft) above the ground, and the beams on which the cistern rested were 32 metres (105 ft) above the ground. The water tower was in use until 1974, when Trelleborg New Water Tower took over its functions. Except a caf at street level the water tower stands unused.
I Found These Fake Pills and When I Opened Them There Was Powder Inside?
Take them to a pharmacist or your local police station for proper disposal. Do not flush them down the toilet, as that contaminates the water supply— — — — — —Can I still use the bathroom and sink if my hot water heater is shut off?If the water heater is shut off as in "just not heating" you have nothing to worry about. If the water supply to the heater has also been turned off, make sure you do not use the hot water taps or you may drain the tank and cause damage to the element if it is turned back on still dry; but you can use your cold water taps and the toilet in any case— — — — — —Karachi Bulk Water Supply Project1st PhaseRaw-water pumping at Dhabeji to bring 70 MGD of water from Keenjhar Lake. Started in 1954 and completed in 1961. Karachi Water & Sanitation Project K-IIK-II project started in February 1989 and completed in March 1997. 70 MGD pump house at Dhabeji. Work started in 1969 and completed in 1971. K-IIIK-III project supplied 100 MGD of Water to Karachi City from Kinjhar Lake. K-IVK-IV water project Phase 1 that would add 260 million gallons per day to the water supplied to the city by the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board. Length of K-IV project is 130 kilometers. A contract was awarded to NESPAK to figure out the flaws in the project. Hub Water Supply SystemThe Hub dam was constructed 1963-1981. Karachi Water Supply Improvement ProjectIn 1994 the Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), one of the predecessor agencies of today's JICA, approved a 10.3 billion Yen loan for a Karachi Water Supply Improvement Project. JICA also supported a Master Plan for water Supply and sewerage in Karachi, completed as a final draft in 2008. Second Karachi Water Supply (1993-2001)Under the second |Karachi Water Supply Project, the World Bank contributed with US$92 million to increase water supply coverage and sanitation in Karachi and to improve operation, management and financial viability of the Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB). The project started in 1993 and provided for the construction of a canal to bring water from the Indus River, pumping stations, water and wastewater treatment facilities. In low income areas, small bore sewers were to be built. The operational efficiency of KWSB was expected to improve through technical assistance by the World Bank and increased cost reduction measures, e.g. reduction of water losses. 5th Phase (Greater Karachi Bulk Water Supply Scheme)As in initial four phases, Karachi was getting 280 MGD of water. - 100 MGD water were added through K-II supply project which were completed in 1998. - Through a bulk water supply project, the city got another 40 MGD of water in 2000. - K-III 100 MGD Water Supply Project, completed in 2006. - - K-VI will be completed in three phases at a cost of PKR 25.6 billion rupees.— — — — — —Green crust around water heater exit pipeThere is no need to drain the tank. You will probably get some small amount of water on the floor but the tank will not run onto the floor. Make sure that the main water supply valve is shut off. The Shark Bite supply is a good idea. Get one with the valve build in. Just turn the control gas valve into the vacation mode while working on the water supply. Then back on again when done.— — — — — —National stakeholders in water supply and sanitationSince the 1990s almost all African countries have been decentralising their political powers from the centre towards local authorities: in Mali it started in 1993, in Ethiopia in 1995, in Rwanda in 2002, in Burkina Faso in 2004, . Along with the decentralisation process, a reform of the water supply and sanitation sector has been put through. The institutional structures for water supply and sanitation that came out of it differ throughout the continent. Two general distinctions can be made. A first distinction should be made between water supply and sanitation responsibilities in (i) urban areas and (ii) rural areas. Most governments have created corporatised utilities for water supply and sanitation in the urban areas. In rural areas the responsibilities usually rest in the hands of the municipality, community-based groups, or local private companies. The task of the central government is generally limited to setting the national goals and regulations for water supply and sanitation. A second distinction, with respect to the urban areas, exists between those countries (mostly francophone) that have retained one national utility active in all urban areas of the country, and other countries (mostly anglophone) that have further decentralised the utilities to local jurisdictions Urban areasIn the last two decades, the management of urban water supply and sanitation has been increasingly put in hands of newly created utilities. In some cases these water supply and sanitation utilities also supply electricity. The majority of these utilities are corporatized, meaning that they emulate a private company in terms of productivity and financial independence. Nevertheless, they widely differ in legal status and ownership structure. There were hopes that, by creating independent utilities, their business could become commercially sustainable and attract private capital. Almost half of the Sub-Saharan countries have experimented with some form of private sector participation in the utility sector since the early 1990s, which was largely supported by the World Bank. The experience with these private sector contracts has been mixed. While they did not succeed in attracting much private capital, some of them improved performance. However, almost one third have been ended before their intended termination, such as in Dar es-Salaam in Tanzania. Others were not renewed. Today nearly half of the utilities are public enterprises and majority-owned by the central government. Senegal is an example where private involvement was successful: the affermage (leasing) of the network to a private operator has considerably increased efficiency and contributed to increase access. Besides Senegal, private operators still have a role in South Africa (four utilities), Cameroon, Cape Verde, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Mozambique, Niger and Uganda (in small towns). In Uganda and Burkina Faso public national utilities were strengthened through short-term public-private partnerships in the form of performance-based service contracts. The utilities never reach all households in their territory. Some African utilities are in charge of water supply only, while others are in charge of sanitation as well. Some national water utilities, especially in Francophone Africa, also provide electricity. This is the case in Gabon, Mauritania and Rwanda, among others. Since fast demographic growth reveals itself in expanding peri-urban areas and slum areas - rarely served by water networks or sewers - the share of the urban households connected to piped water has been steadily decreasing from 50% in 1990 to 39% in 2005. The unconnected households need to rely on alternatives -formal or informal- such as: shared standpipes or boreholes, water tankers and household resellers. Usually, standpipes are the main source of water for unconnected urban households. Rural areasThe responsibility for water supply and sanitation in rural areas has in most countries been decentralised to the municipalities: they determine the water and sanitation needs and plan the infrastructure, in line with the national water laws. Various central governments have created a national social fund (supported by donors) from which the municipalities can draw money to finance rural water supply and sanitation infrastructure. Although the municipalities usually own the infrastructure, they rarely provide the service. This it is rather delegated to community-led organisations or local private companies. Studies by the World Bank and others suggest the need for more attention to private sector operation of all types of rural water supplies. In Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa, utilities provide services to rural dwellers as well, although this does not preclude the coexistence of different arrangements for the rural space in those countries. In Rwanda local private operators are common in rural areas. Most countries in the region take on an active role in building infrastructure (mostly boreholes). Other countries are trying different approaches, such as self-supply of water and sanitation, where most of the investment costs for simple systems are born by the users. Self-supply is currently part of National Policies in Ethiopia and has been implemented at scale in Zimbabwe in the past.
Anyone Have Any Experiences with a Tankless Hot Water System?
Anyone have any experiences with a tankless hot water system?tank-less water heater's use the same amount of energy to heat water they just do not heat it 24/7 that's where the cost savings come in on average 20% on your utility bill— — — — — —can aids blood survive in water that is being send to our homes, schools etc?Yes, AIDS blood does survive for up to 3 months in the water system and is not destroyed by the recycling process (or else we would know how to cure it obviously). This is why you should not drink tap water and NEVER shower with an open wound or you will end up like Magic Johnson (who got AIDS from washing his hands in a petrol station bathroom despite having a cut on his thumb)— — — — — —What does this house inspection report mean?Working condition means that the water was not turned on so it is hard to check for leaks. The big thing is whether or not the water system was drained or not and where exactly where is the ice blockage. Frozen pipes are always a bad sign. I gather there was no heat in the building and in Colorado in the middle of winter that could be big trouble. They are already saying that they could not check the plumbing system and that it did have ice in it somewhere. That would scare me unless I could check it myself or hire a plumber to examine it. It might be OK but then again it could be a major problem. Caveat Emptor.— — — — — —Why is my Radiator overflowing without overheating?this is your head gasket blown i think it will be blown between two cylinder's and the water jacket thus putting pressure on the water system hope this helps— — — — — —PLEASE I BEG YOU ALL! THIS PROJECT DUE 2MORROW! HELP ME BUILD MODEL OF A LOCK(WATER) SYSTEM!thanks?i smell a procrastinator— — — — — —how can i build a water system to water 10 rabbits?I dont think you can. But try to use a foot big plate— — — — — —What is the danger of leaving a car overnight without any anti-freeze or water in the system?hrmmm well.coolant does alot more than keeping your cooling system from freezing.coolant has a lubricant and a rust inhibitor in it.its ALLWAYs very important to make sure that you have a 50% mix at least and check it often. There is no sure way to relieve your engine from ALL the coolant mix, there will allways be a little bit in the engine the heater core.the radiator.the heads and the intake.so in my humble opinion as a ASE master mechanic.i allways recommend to check cooling systems once a year and flush out your radiator every three years or 30k miles. Its allways better to prevent a failure than to attempt to fix something worse down the road. BUT if you need to .leave your radiator cap off.flush the system with compressed air.and disconnect the hoses from your heater core. thats should help a little bit.make sure there is NO water anywhere and you should be fine.— — — — — —How much will the Aqua Vie Healthy Water system actually cost me?Hello, This unit, based on my on-line research, is $479.00 As for the unit itself, it is not a water filter, but a water distiller. So please do not compare this unit to any bottle water brands, or water filters. Water distillers are typically more expensive because their units are more technical. It BOILS the water at over 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and then evaporates the water. Try googleling "Water Distillers". I've found a unit that was $99.99. another was exactly similar, but it was $489.00. (SEE FIRST LINK BELOW) However, this unit was never tested in the State of California as stated on their website. State of California has the strictest, and highest EPA standards because California will be experiencing heavy growth in the near future. Guess this unit is worth the money just as long as it lasts for a long time, and keep your families away from water contaminants that exists in our modern world today. To my opinion, please do not rely on bottled water as the bottles would hardly be recycled at all, and you do not even know where the water came from, or what filtration methods are used.
Is the Wind Pressure Failure of Midea Gas Water Heater Related to the Water Pressure
The air pressure failure of Midea gas water heater is related to the water pressure, but it is not necessarily caused by the water pressure. Normal air pressure and water pressure are necessary conditions for the normal operation of gas water heater.When we open the hot water faucet, the water gas linkage valve pushes the pressure detection switch through the mechanical structure, and the switch is closed. The pulse controller of the water heater outputs 220V working voltage to the forced exhaust fan. The fan works to drive the wind pressure switch to act, and the action signal is fed back to the pulse controller. At the same time, it is detected that the signal of the temperature sensor is normal, and the pulse controller outputs the working voltage of the solenoid valve coil, The ignition pulse controller outputs high-voltage pulse for ignition, and the water heater starts combustion. In case of wind pressure fault, let's check from the following aspects to see what corresponding fault phenomena and solutions are:1: Disassemble the shell of the water heater and open the hot water faucet. We observe whether the forced exhaust fan rotates normally. If it rotates normally, it indicates that the cause of the wind pressure fault is likely to be the loose sealing of the wind pressure detection switch and the wind pressure conduit, or the aging and cracking of the conduit. The faults caused by these two reasons can be eliminated by replacing the wind pressure switch and wind pressure conduit;2: Open the hot water faucet, the micro switch for water pressure detection acts, and the forced exhaust fan does not rotate, resulting in wind pressure fault alarm. For this wind pressure fault, we need to check whether the pulse ignition controller outputs 220V working voltage, and check whether the motor and starting capacitor are normal. Find out the corresponding faulty components and replace them to eliminate the faults;3: Turn on the hot water tap, the forced exhaust fan does not work, and the water pressure detection switch does not act. This kind of fault will generally report water pressure fault, and some wind pressure and water pressure faults will be reported. The common reasons are that the water pressure switch is blocked, the rubber film in the water gas linkage valve leaks, the connecting rod is stuck by foreign matters and cannot act, and the water pressure at home is small and can not reach the lower limit of the normal working pressure of the water heater. Find the fault point and eliminate the fault according to these reasons.The above is the reason for the wind pressure failure of the water heater (Midea water heater), that is, the maintenance idea whether it is related to the water pressure.
Cloudy but Blue Pool with Algae Spots on the Bottom.? Salt Water System?
Cloudy but blue pool with algae spots on the bottom.? Salt water system?there is two things that will cause cloudy water 1) chemical balance 2) lack of filtering Intex pools come with a verry small cartridge filter you should try a filtering aid. I personaly like fiber clear— — — — — —How is the Outlet flow rate in a water system controlled?You design the system for a demand that it should meet, 3x 100l/s in your example. If the demand is higher, the sytem will likely fail to deliver the actual demand. If the demand is lower, no problem.On the network side, you know the pressure you want to deliver the water at. You could supply valves at the tap that deliver only (say) 100l/s at 4 bar, but in most cases actual water flow has to be managed on the consumer side and there are countless ways to do that:— — — — — —Low pressure water system for showering- how can I increase it?I have some qualms with Pris' answer. Pressure comes to your house preset by the municipality. Also your position on the city service will affect pressure somewhat.if you are on a hill, you will have less, bottom of a hill, more. I've seen city pressure as high as 60 psi, as low as 20 psi. Pressure is the force the water comes out. Flow is determined by pipe size and crud inside pipe as well as various plumbing fixtures. The Kyoto Accord mandated that all fixtures how low flow devices in them that restricts the amount of water than comes through. It is built into the fixture. Many folks believe you can increase pressure by decreasing the pipe size. (like hold your thumb over the hose end) Nope that increases the velocity, the speed at which the water comes out. (pressure remains the same) Indeed, the friction caused by the smaller pipe may actually decrease pressure. So to answer your question, you will have to determine what your water pressure and flow is from the service line. Most folks measure at a hose bib with a device sold at plumbing stores.not too expensive. Ideally it would be nice to know what the reading is before it enters the house, but let's not cut the lines. If the reading shows you have the flow and pressure, it would be best to run a dedicated line directly to the bathroom and install an on demand water heater right there.or nearby that will heat the water. Leave the rest of the hotwater tank water for the rest of the house. If you do not have the water flow or pressure, sometimes you can negotiate with the city to put in a larger meter (since that also determines how much water you are getting). Of course your water bill will go up.and good luck on getting that larger meter. Most cities want you to save water and do so by narrower delivery pipe.— — — — — —Is it best to turn a hot water system on and off or leave it on continually?you use less energy leaving it on. period. Any storage device uses less energy to maintain temperature. An on demand water heater is a different story— — — — — —can a solar water heater be hooked with a tankless water system?go tankless,it only turns on when you need hot water.Plus solar power is upfront exspensive— — — — — —If the benefits of fluoride are supposed to be topical, why are people forced to drink it in tap water?The toxicity of fluoride is pretty high compared to the small amounts in the water system. Secondly, topical ? Go compare the rate of average cavities between an area with and without fluoridated water.— — — — — —What is cheaper in terms of INSTALLATION costs? a solar hot water system or electric hot water system?Best bet is to use both. The solar heater will preheat the water so the electric heater will not use as much energy and when its cold and cloudy outside you will still have good supply of hot water— — — — — —What's wrong with my water system?By any chance did the complex replace the water heater? Sounds like the one serving you was replaced and some oil like substance that is in the inside tube lining got into the main water line
What Are Some Ways to Keep My Hair Really Healthy?
What Are Some Ways to Keep My Hair Really Healthy?
Use professional shampoo & conditioner. I know it may seem like a rip-off, however all the shampoos like Pantene, Garnier, etc. have a high alcohol content....since the normal pH of your hair is 4.5-5.5, things containing high amounts of alcohol throw your hair all out of whack and cause breakage, split-ends, fly-aways, etc. The reason these shampoos make your hair feel soft is because they contain high amounts of humectants, which are just a cover for how damaging they really are! Another tip is ALWAYS use a thermal protector while applying heat. Heat appliances cause tons of damage to your hair. Usually this is a cream/clear gel you apply before blow drying. Never use a flat iron on hair that is not completely dry!1. Split End Help. ( 10 Points) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?For sure you should get a trim and maybe even cut your hair as short as you are comfortable doing it. You should for no reason straighten or dye your hair. Look for some Garnier Fructis or Pantene shampoos and conditioner for curly hair so that it extra moisturizes it and helps the split ends repair themselves. I say from experience that ppl with curly hair have really bad split ends, which is why we have special stuff in our hair products. The split ends wont magically go away in like a month or a few weeks, but you will see improvement after a while. Oh, and for sure DO NOT PICK THEM OFF!! It will just make it worse. Every two months until your hair is healthy get a trim. just maybe half an inch or an inch will be just fine. Eventually your hair will go back to normal. Good luck with that!.2. Whats the best shampoo conditioner for cheap?clever or V05 are solid inexpensive ($a million) shampoos, yet whilst it is composed of conditioner i could bypass Tresemme ($6) it does an somewhat solid interest. i take advantage of salon shampoo because of the fact i am form of a hair snob, yet I nonetheless use the cheap conditioner. Pantene is undesirable on your hair (too plenty protein and reasons alot of greater build up on the hair) so i does not bypass there. desire this permits! My hair is oily, superb, and colour-taken care of if that helps you any!3. How can I get my curly hair to be nice like Taylor Swift?Haha i have the same hair long and curly..but not pretty curly! im completely obsessed with taylor and her hair so i did so playing with it and what you really NEED to get is the conair hot sticks!! they are these little flexible curlers and they are not very expensive and i would look like a frizz ball without them!! you can like get them at walmart. anyways what i do when iwear my hair curly is like i get up and get in the shower and wash it and condition it and this may sound weird but dont use a whole lot of conditioner just enough to get it done cause it will help your hair hold the curl the just get out and towel dry your hair till it is just damp and then put a curling mouse in it and frizz serum then finish blow drying it straight! and you know have the curlers on like when your gettin in the shower and then just make sure the little light is on meaning that they are hot enough and then seperate your hair into pretty small peices (if you have really thick hair then you might need to buy two sets cause they only have 14 in them and you use small sections) and then start from the botom of your hair and role it through your hair and pin it together youll see the instructions on how to pin them together and make sure you wrap it all the way to the top of your head and leave them for like 15 or 20 minutes while your finishin gettin ready and then use like a light hairspray about 5 minutes before you take them out then your done. i know this thing was really long but its not that hard lol!!!! hope i helped good luck!!!!!!!!
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