While I personally do everything in my power to avoid buying AXE Brand products, I do know that they make a "de-gunker" shampoo for a situation such as yours. I'm sure there are some other brands that make a similar product.
I tried Murrays once and freaked out when i couldn't get it to wash out - the only thing that worked...olive oil. Get it all rubbed in, should feel nice and slick, then wash it out. Might take a few passes but it will work.
Murray's rocks! There is a product called Clean and Groom (or something similar) that is supposed to take Murray's out. I should be in the same section as the Murry's
I had the same issue the first time I tried Murry's; here is what I do to prevent the "will this every come out" scenario:
1. Apply to damp or wet hair only and use a comb not a brush
2. Take a small amount (I use two or three fingers and rub them around the top do not "scoop" like you would with gel)
3. Work the small amount of Murry's on the fingers of the other hand until both sets of fingers are evenly covered
4. Work the Murray's in where you want it , it's not like gel or moose that you goop on in one spot and spread it around.
5. Work it down to the roots of your hair
6. Repeat steps 2-5 until you're satisfied you have enough in your hair. Check in between! If you get too much in your hair you'll be right back in the same situation.
7. Style and look like a grade A baddass!
I went through many a tub full of Murray's in my greaser days. The easiest way to get it out is to use dishwashing liquid. Just grab the Palmolive from under the kitchen sink and lather up as if it were shampoo. It might take a few repeats (and probably isn't good for your hair) but it works. I think I also might've used Gojo mechanic's soap to degrease my hands and hair after working on my car but I don't remember how well it worked.
I'm a long time Murray's and Royal Crown user. I found this shampoo a while back. It works well. Won't get the Murray's out in one pass, but usually within one or two...or three...depending on how much Murray's you use.
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