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Gold 'N Hot

Gold 'N Hot Professional Ceramic Heater Stove

Gold'N Hot Professional Ceramic Heater Stove accommodates any iron or comb in convenient adjustable rack.
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  • Overview
  • Gold'N Hot Professional Ceramic Heater Stove accommodates any iron or comb in convenient adjustable rack.

    Model#: GH5000   /   SKU: 001948

  • Features
    • Holds 2 marcel irons and 1 pressing comb at one time
    • Adjustable rack to accommodate any iron or comb
    • Ceramic heating element
    • On/off switch on cord
    • 4-ft cord with grounding plug
    • 1 Year limited warranty
  • About the brand
  • For over 25 years, Gold 'N Hot by Belson professional styling tools have been setting salon trends worldwide. This collection includes bonnet dryers, curling tools and straighteners guaranteed to create smooth, silky styles.

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  • Great Stove...but Should Not Be Used By Amatures 4 Star Rating
    Its a very good stove for a professional or experienced person who presses their own hair. It does not have temperature control. It gets your combs very hot. I've had this oven for about 3 years. I really love it. Never leave it unattended. Keep children and pets away from it. Make sure you use it on a safe surface. Make sure you unplug when done and allow it to completely cool before storing it. It gives my hair a perfect press every time. I have been pressing my hair since the 70s and it was a great change from using the cooking Stove...LOL. You really have to remove your combs at the right time to avoid burning you hair. Always test on a white towel and if it turns brown, wait a few seconds or a minute before pressing your hair. I use 2 combs at a time, so when I finish using 1 comb and place it back in the oven I am ready for the comb that is now warm. Once you get the hang of using it you'll be comfortable. Pressing with a pressing comb is a lost art. I prefer it because the flat irons don't press certain areas, such as near the temples, or ears. Good Luck. Go to youtube and watch videos on pressing hair with a pressing comb, there are some really good videos at youtube for hair pressing the old fashioned way.

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