Re: [Histonet] Static Cling

From:"Mark Tarango"

Have you thought of getting a humidifier?

Mark Tarango

On Feb 18, 2008 6:13 AM, Weems, Joyce  wrote:

> Do you have a faucet of something near by that you can run a ground wire
> to? You can use thin wire attached to the microtome and twist it around the
> faucet or air or gas connect. I have no idea where I heard this - may be
> farm logic (I grew up a farmer), but I used to do it and it worked! And I
> just read in a household hint column that attaching a safety pin to a seam
> would eliminate static cling in clothing.
> Good luck. There's nothing much more aggrevating than that problem! j
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:
>] On Behalf Of Jennifer Johnson
> Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2008 5:06 PM
> To:
> 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 of
> "static guard" last week, to no avail.  Please HELP, she is threatening to
> lock the door and cut in a thong and wet T-shirt!!!!!!!!!!
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