Monday, October 3, 2011

How to Get Rid of Static Cling

We all know that static cling causes  clothes to stick together while the static shocks you the minute you reach into the dryer.  Learn ways to stop static cling and stop getting shocked by static cling.  These tips will will help save you time and money.  If you are sick of trying to fold and hang your clothes up while they insist on cling together because of the static try these tips some of these tips you probably heard about from your mother but some of the tips you are probably not aware of the really stops static cling.


Don’t worry your clothes will not smell like vinegar.  Vinegar is a natural softener for clothes.  Vinegar was used way before stores came out with laundry softener.  Poor a half a cup of apply cider vinegar in with the wash cycle along with any detergent.  Never mix vinegar with bleach.  Vinegar is actually better than bleach.  You can use vinegar to whiten your close.  Vinegar never damages your clothes like bleach does over time.  You can also mix whites with colors which saves on water.  Vinegar will brighten color clothes and whiten whites.

Mist with Water

Get a spray bottle that has a mist setting.  Fill the spray bottle with water.  Then set the setting for mist.  Spray each garment lightly before folding.

Wet Wash Cloth

Wet a wash cloth then ring most of the water out.  Then throw it in the dryer 10 minutes before the dryer shuts off.

Tennis Balls

This is really the best method.  The down side is you hear the tennis balls bouncing around but look at the bright side you know your clothes are done drying when you stop hear the tennis ball tumbling in the dryer..

Leave Clothes Damp

This is the oldest trick in the book.  The down side is that you have to keep checking your clothes to make sure your clothes are not completely dry.

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