5 Tricks for Beating Static Cling

Now your hair and clothes can stop looking like a science project.

Forget slush and slippery ice. The worst part of winter is the static. Hair standing up on end, shocks each time you touch a stupid light switch and—the worst—your dress sticking to the butt of your tights. In an effort to alleviate potential embarrassment, I finally decided to figure out how to beat static. From Grandma’s remedy to the newest in beauty technology, here are five ways to rid the beast for good. May your skirt never stick to the back of your tights again.




 

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  • Jessica William

    This post is really informative. Yes the worst part in the
    winter with which most people get irritated is the static one. But the static cling in decals or stickers is liked by most of the businesses because these are cost effective and can be
    reused whenever needed.