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We want to share the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you understand the benefits and proper usages of Static Guard spray to eliminate static cling. Our spray can get rid of static cling on a multitude of surfaces from haute couture, furniture, to your home office and computer. This static cling spray does it all, so we hope these answers help.

What type of fabrics can I use Static Guard spray on?
Can I spray Static Guard on my hair or in a hat to get rid of static cling?
Can I use Static Guard on furniture?
Does Static Guard remove lint and unwanted pet hair on fabric and upholstery?
What are the household cleaning uses for Static Guard?
Can I spray Static Guard on bedding?
How much does a can of Static Guard cost?
What is the best way to store Static Guard?
What is the best way to use the Static Guard can?
How long does a single Static Guard spray application last?
QueIs Static Guard spray safe on colors?
What is static electricity?
What is the science behind Static Guard anti static spray?

Q: What type of fabrics can I use Static Guard spray on?
A: Our spray is safe on silk, satin, wool and fine cottons to eliminate static cling. Spot test on delicate fabrics.

Q: Can I spray Static Guard on my hair or in a hat to get rid of static cling?
A: It is safe to spray onto a comb or hairbrush before using. Spray the inside of hats and jacket hoods too.

Q: Can I use Static Guard on furniture?
A: Yes, it can be sprayed directly on upholstered furniture, plastic and metal surfaces to prevent static buildup.

Q: Does Static Guard remove lint and unwanted pet hair on fabric and upholstery?
A: Yes, it can be used to remove lint and pet hair from clothing and furniture. Both will remove easily when also using a lint brush.

Q: What are the household cleaning uses for Static Guard?
A: Some of the most common household cleaning uses include:

    • Spraying our static cling spray on clean blinds in the “closed” position and let dry to prevent dust and pet hair from adhering.
    • Spraying it on carpet around the TV, stereo and other electronic equipment to prevent shocks. (Avoid spraying directly on electronic equipment).
    • Spraying it on a dry mop for cleaning hardwood and vinyl floors (not to be used on tile).

 

Q: Can I spray Static Guard on bedding?
A: Yes, spray on the underside of your blankets and let dry before getting into bed to prevent static buildup on your pajamas

Q: How much does a can of Static Guard cost?
A: Static Guard is available at major grocery and drug stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.19 – $4.99.

Q: What is the best way to store Static Guard?
A: Store in a cool dry place, and avoid extreme heat or cold.

Q: What is the best way to use the Static Guard can?
A: Shake well before using. Hold the can in an upright position about 6 inches from your desired surface and spray a light, even spray. (NEVER SPRAY IN AREAS WITH OPEN FLAMES OR SPARKS.)

Q: How long does a single Static Guard spray application last?
A: Static Guard lasts all day. One application is usually all you need to stay static cling free. Static Guard spray eliminates static on contact!

Q: Is Static Guard spray safe on colors?
A: Yes, it’s safe on all your brightly colored fabrics, including temperamental fabrics like silk, satin, wool and fine cotton.

Q: What is static electricity?
A: Static electricity isn’t really a thing at all, but a phenomenon or event, like the weather.

Q: How does static cling happen?
A: Static cling happens when positive and negative electric charges are held apart from each other. Comb your hair on a dry day, and the comb will lift your hair away from your head without actually touching it. It may even make cracking and snapping noises as the comb gets closer. That’s technically not static “electricity,” but rather, a static electricity occurrence. Next time it happens, impress friends by saying, “Wow, my hair is really full of electrostatic events today!” Then of course use Static Guard on your comb or hairbrush to tame those locks.

Q: What is the science behind Static Guard anti static spray?
A: This branch of science is called Electrodynamics. It’s the study of electric charges and the way they separate and combine, and the invisible electrical fields they create. When the amounts of positive and negative electric charges in something aren’t perfectly equal, electrical forces jump across space – you feel a shock or have a hair-raising experience!