The Cure for Static Cling
Are you tired of having to pull apart your socks, underwear, shirts, and sheets when you remove them from the dryer? Or putting something on only to find it clinging to your body?
Unfortunately, we’ve all experienced the problem of stubborn static cling. But what causes it, and what’s the best way to eliminate it?
What Causes Static Cling?
Static electricity is the result of an imbalance between negative and positive charges in an object. These charges build up on the surface until they find a way to discharge. Negative charges transfer when certain materials rub against each other.
This is what happens in your dryer. Items are tumbling around and rubbing up against each other, building up an electrostatic charge.
One more step for static cling to happen – when charged electrons aren’t strong enough to repel their same-charged electrons (i.e., positive to positive or negative to negative), they cling to each other.
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Here’s how to deal with static cling:
Preventing Static Cling
4. Use dryer sheets in the dryer.
And unfortunately, most dryer sheets contain chemicals that transfer to your skin, which may cause an allergic reaction.
If you love DIY projects, you can make your own dryer sheets without harmful chemicals.
Keeping washing machines clean for stay fresh laundry every time!
Removing Static Cling
Your Solution For A Fresh, Clean
The Best Way to Eliminate Static Cling
The best way to eliminate static cling is before it starts, with Dryer Boost 100% Premium New Zealand wool dryer balls from OdorCrush?.
These wool dryer balls will eliminate static cling and soften your laundry load.