Stop nighttime static buildup on pajamas by spraying Static Guard on the underside of your blankets before turning in. Let dry before getting in bed.
After removing laundry from the dryer, spray the pile of clothes with Static Guard spray then toss like a salad to easily separate clinging items. This also makes lint easier to remove. (DO NOT spray while simultaneously separating clinging fabrics due to spark danger.)
When refinishing furniture, spray a light coat of Static Guard spray on a soft paintbrush to clean up fine dust between coats of varnish for a smooth finish.
Spray Static Guard on clean blinds while in the “closed” position and let dry. This will help prevent dust and pet hair from adhering to them.
Unwanted Pet Hair
To remove clinging pet hair from clothes, upholstered furniture, drapes and carpets, spray on Static Guard® directly. Pet hair will then brush away much more easily when using your lint brush.
Leggings and layering are back in style this season. To avoid static build up, spray leggings and all your layers with Static Guard before dressing.
Boots paired with a skirt are always part of fall fashion. Be sure to spray nylons or tights with Static Guard to avoid a creeping skirt or a clingy situation.
To avoid static electricity on sweater, lightly spray Static Guard before putting them on to prevent a shocking new hair style.
Socks and Sandals
If you wear your sandals with socks, twisting can sometimes occur. Usually a quick spray of Static Guard will alleviate the situation.
Stop flyaway hair by spraying Static Guard on your comb or brush before using. Spray the inside of hats and jacket hoods too.
Spraying socks or nylons after you put them on will prevent pants from sticking.
To prevent static buildup and cling all day, turn clothes inside-out and spray with Static Guard before you put them on.