Oct 19, 2011 ... You may have also noticed that often, when you get out of your car, you get a
shock when you touch the door. You might have even heard that ...
Mar 15, 2011 ... ... a vacuum cleaner. Why don´t I get static shock when I touch a wall or a tree or
door? .... When you reach to touch something, you get a shock.
Feb 15, 2009 ... You can reduce or prevent shocks from a buildup of static electric charges by ...
The number-one cause of getting an excess of static electricity ...
Many people have problems with static electricity and static shock, especially in
the ... This will not eliminate the static discharge, but will stop the pain you feel in
Feb 1, 2013 ... How to avoid static electricity shocks this winter ... cycle to prevent the air inside
the dryer from becoming too dry, which creates more static.
Why do we experience shocks from static electricity? Many people ask why they
... moves away from the chair back, or if you get up out of the chair, then you take.
Since I moved with my wife to the U.S., I can't stop getting shocked by static ALL
THE TIME. To add insult to the injury, a lot of times when I ...
Dec 1, 2012 ... It's the reason why your hair is a frizzy mess, your clothes look disheveled, and
you get a shock each time you reach for a doorknob. Static ...
Jan 13, 2012 ... Information on how to stop getting shocked from electrostatic discharges in your
home car and wheelchair.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How Can I Keep from Getting Static Shocked&v=6YcBJY29Ju4
Aug 5, 2010 ... Wear leather-soled shoes or go barefoot if you're getting shocked indoors.
Synthetic-fiber, rugs and rubber shoe soles can react to create static ...