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The settings 1-10 are for wet and easy-to straighten hair. Like hair that is a little thinner or almost straight.
The settings 11-17 are for damp hair that is about average thickness.
The settings 18-23 are for hair that is thick or wavy.
Lastly, the settings 24-30 are for dry hair that is harder to straighten.
So, the higher up you go, the higher the difficulty the hair is.
Hope this helps! :]
Hi, Just my dear advice that the straightening of the hair happens perfectly only with the correct heat and applied pressure. If you can get this to your hair styler, he could demonstate the best way or can comment on the efficiency of the product.
Must see if the heat is enough or the positioning is correct,
I have found that current devices that heat up (hair dryers, straighteners etc...) all are made so flimsy that at a certain heat point, the shut off.
I also have come to realize and expect that there IS A SHORT LIFE EXPECTANCY for any heating electrical product.
If your device is new, I would return it. If it's old, buy a new inexpensive one (on sale) .... MAKE SURE YOU BUY ONE THAT YOU KNOW IS GOING TO HAVE A RELATIVELY SHORT LIFESPAN. Silver color does not mean metal nor a longer lifespan. Buy cheap, use and replace as needed.
It's an eco-nightmare, but once a heating product goes out, it is too dangerous to even think you can fix it yourself without risk of potential major fire. It may look fixed and you then come home and it's burned to the ground.
My wife's flat iron had an issue with losing power while moving the iron around. I at first thought it was a cord issue, but before tearing into the cord, I disassembled her iron by popping off the two "CHI" covers from either side of the fulcrum. This revealed a screw which when taken out allows you to push the pin out releasing the handle's spring mechanism. Once opened, you can see the power-swivel thing-a-ma-jig and I saw the positive (red) wire had come off of the little flat board mounted on the swivel piece. I simply re-soldered the wire back on to the flat board and BAM!
Good as new!
the differnece is that rhe wt-dry ceramic straightener is only 20% ceramic and burns your hair while the infinity nano system straightener is better but still leaves your hair with a burnt smell. If you have that burnt smell it means your hair is frying. Use a damage repair shapoo and conditioner
Oster titan blades. I have had mine for 5 years.
Oil one is a little ball on the side of clippers push in with oil tip. Make sure your clippers are running for this. You also have to grease them once in awhile with clipper grease. You should have a front panel that has screws. open and grease put case back on. for cord you can try an oscar fix place or try and see if the company will replace if you have not had them long. hope this helps.