RE: [Histonet] Static Cling

From:"Bonner, Janet"

Actually, I wonder if the mat is the culprit?  Could it be insulating her =66rom the ion-release through the floor?


From: on behalf of Jennifer Johnson
Sent: Sun 2/17/2008 5:05 PM
Subject: [Histonet] Static Cling

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 o=66 "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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