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Hair Care Tips: General<br />A healthy lifestyle will mean healthier hair for you. Excessive stress, smoking, not exercising and not eating nutritiously are not healthy for your hair. <br /><br />Get enough sleep. <br /><br />Hair Products (Gel, mouse, hair spary...)<br />Avoid using hair styling products with alcohol which dries out hair. <br /><br />Avoid puting hair styling products directly on your scalp, if you put it on your scalp you'll clog the pores on your head. <br /><br />Swimming<br />Before entering a pool, wet your hair so your hair will soak up the initial water instead of the chlorinated water. <br /><br />When swimming where a cap to protect your hair from chlorinated water, if you choose not to wear a cap make sure you shampoo and condition your hair right after you are done swimming. <br /><br />Drying<br />Hot air can be damaging to your hair so when using a hair dryer use the cool setting. <br /><br />Don't leave the blowdryer in one spot for more than a few seconds, keep it moving and at a good distance away from your hair. <br /><br />To speed up the drying process, pat your hair dry with a towell and let the remaining moisture in your hair dry naturally. <br /><br />Gently use your fingers or a pick to untangle any knots while your hair is drying. <br /><br />
Dropped the cell phone in water If you would have accidently dropped your cell phone in water or it fell in water you can try fixing it be these below tips 1.Remove the battery of the mobile and try drying it with a hair dryer 2.Put the cell phone in a raw rice container for a day, the rice will soak the moisture and the mobile will become dry from inside 3.After that put the battery back on and try switching, there are more chances now that it will work 4.Never try to instantly switch on the cell phone after taking it out from water you should follow the above steps, switching it on instantly can lead to short circuit in mobile and the cell software can get damaged 5.You can also put the phone in light sunlight (not in very hot direct sunlight) after removing the battery do not put the battery in sunlight though 6.Also make sure you keep the SIM card out of the mobile
By taking these steps you can make a fair attempt to save your mobile from dying.
With the heat on, you may have burnt something inside. Whenever you get your phone wet, always remove the battery and SIM immediately and use the hair dryer without heat. Just plain dry cold air. Blow air into it for a very long time to remove all traces of water. Then power on the phone. It may work. You still may have a chance to save your phone. Do blow air through the phone.
first thing is get the battery out then use a hair dryer no heat or low heat at a distance air blowing over it should remove all water wait a day or so to put battery in. droped mine in lake while putting boat in and did the same thing and still works today.
Are all the belts still on?
There is a very good possibility that the Alternator got soaked and killed the engine. The Battery starts the engine; the Alternator runs the engine. If the Alternator dies: the Battery provides power. The soaking most likely shorted out any hope for that.
You need to allow the Alternator to completely dry out. You can use a hair dryer to assist it drying. There is also available compressed air spray cans you can purchase to forcibly blow out any water inside the motor; rotating the pulley/motor (by hand) with the belt off. And yes I'm embarassed to say: 1-person use a lawn blower to force out water in his alternator! It worked!
The Wires and Distributor are most likely wet. Again use a hair dryer to assist in drying off. Is there also water in the Spark Plug - Engine Wells? Use paper towels towels or rags to soak up any water away from the plugs. Or use again compressed air spray cans.
In the meanwhile, disconnect the battery while these are drying out.
Let me know if this helped or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!
Yikes, try the old standby- remove the battery, sim card, memory card, and get out a hair dryer. Set it on low and carefully blow warm air into every nook and cranny of the phone for about 5 mins. Then blowit on everything else as well- attery, sim. memory card. Placed everything on a towel for 48 hours or so, pray a lot, and 2 days later put everything back together. Change up the battery to the max, before you turn it on for the first time, and pray one more time. If you're lucky everything should have dried out nicely, and the phone will work. Do not under any circumstances try to turn on the phone unless it is thoroughly dried out, because water and electricity just don't mix.