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Mildew and Odor in Dreadlocks
The causes of mildew and odor in dreadlocks are numerous. More often than not however people with these issues make some of the same mistakes:
Not properly drying your hair
Dreadlocks are like a wet towel. If you allow a wet towel to sit, debris, allergens, and anything from the air will gradually settle on the towel and "breed." If your locks are wet for hours on end, if you sleep on wet dreadlocks, you are encouraging the growth of mildew and bacteria.