A Tip For Those Having Problems With Static Cling
January 1, 2009 11:52am CST
I was looking through my emails and I saw this tip that I had received and thought it would be of some help to some of my MyLot friends and users. It is a tip for helping reduce static cling. I know you have had this problem before and this is a way to help you with it. [i]Clothes with Static Cling If your slip or skirt has a bit of static cling, you can get rid of it simply by rubbing a bit of hand lotion on your hands and then wipe them lightly over the slip or on your legs.[/i] Happy New Year
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• United States
1 Jan 09
Good hint to pass along!! I used to do that long time ago when I wore synthetic materials. It helps a lot! Now I only have it happen when I wear sweaters in the winter time. One thing I do is to keep a zip-lock baggie in my purse with one of those scented dryer sheets inside. One swipe with the dryer sheet ends the cling, and it adds a nice fresh scent too. Happy new year to you too Chevee!
3 Apr 09
Hmm... I have read about using vinegar during wash to reduce static cling on clothes. But never of lotion to get rid of it. I may just give it a try. Sounds easy pretty easy to do. Thanks for the tip my friend.
• United States
2 Jan 09
Hey chevee! Well thank you! That is a very good tip! I've heard a few about static cling, but this one sounds like one of the more pleasanter ones! I would prefer using hand lotion than hair spray any day! I will have to try that! I am always full of electricity!