A stocking cap weave is a quick hair weave. Thus, many people like placing it on their head. However, most people don’t know how to remove a stocking cap weave without damaging their natural hair.
When pieces of your weave start to fall out, it’s time to remove the weave cap. At this time, the glue used to glue the weave to the cap is breaking down and no longer has enough hold to it to keep the weave attached. In others words, the glue that has seeped through to your natural hair is breaking down as well, making it easier to remove.
Place your fingers underneath the stocking cap carefully. Pull it off your head starting at your forehead and working backward. You should pull it very, very slowly since you never know where the glue has seeped through the cap and stuck to your hair.
Continue pulling cap from natural hair until it is completely removed. While pulling the place that the cap is glued to your hair, you should very carefully until the glue breaks. Don’t pull hard or with any amount of force, for these operations will damage your natural hair.
Use clarifying shampoo to wash your natural hair, and then give it a deep conditioning treatment, and brush your hair. If the glue still exists, you can repeat this process to remove all traces of glue from your scalp.