Static cling happens when the air is dry and there is low humidity. Static is a result of positively charged particles building up on surfaces. These particles repel other positively charged particles and cling to negatively charged particles around them, like magnets. Static particles won’t build up on wet surfaces or in a moist environment.
Steps to Fight Static
You can use dryer sheets (which I do, but I still get the static in some of my clothing), dryer balls, which I haven’t tried and did read some articles saying they don’t work (have you tried these?) or opt for more natural fiber clothing.
Here’s some other ideas to try…..
So if you’ve used the dryer balls and had success, we’d love to get your comment or if you have other suggestions, we’d love to know about them.