Re: [Histonet] Static Cling

From:Rene J Buesa

Could be the material (synthetic) her clothing or uniforms are made of. You could also place some dryer sheets (like Bounce) behind the disposable blades holder and in contact with it.
  René J.

Jennifer Johnson  wrote:
Please offer any suggestions that you have for controlling static cling. My co-worker is cursed with the worst case of static I have ever seen. We have a static-free chair mat, we run two humidifiers, she lotions her hands very well, uses dryer sheets in with her scrubs, dips her blocks in a dishwasing liquid/water solution before cutting (to break the surface tension) and still the sections stick to her hands. She used a whole can of "static guard" last week, to no avail. Please HELP, she is threatening to lock the door and cut in a thong and wet 
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