Mar 15, 2011 ... Why do I get shocks when I touch the door knob or filing cabinet? ... Why don´t I
get static shock when I touch a wall or a tree or door? .... You'll often find shocks
are worst in the winter when the air outside is cold and dry.
Jan 29, 2011 ... The only ways to prevent getting shocked are either not building up charge in ....
The reason you get "shocked" more in winter has to do with the ...
Feb 1, 2013 ... The dry air and cold weather during winter months cause an increase in static
electricity ... Why do i shock other people and any metal I touch?
Dec 1, 2012 ... Very dry air and cold weather increases static electricity, so static shock takes
place more often in the winter when the air is especially dry.
Zap! You touched the doorknob and got a shock. Why does that happen? Find
out in this article for kids.
How To Get Rid of Static Electricity. Many people have problems with static
electricity and static shock, especially in the winter when the indoor air is very dry.
You get a static shock. static shock. Or, you come ... And why is static more of a
problem in the winter? ... Electrons do not move through them very well. These ...
Why do you sometimes get shocked when you touch a doorknob? ... You've
probably noticed that static electricity is more noticeable during the winter months
How can I avoid getting static shocked 40 times a day this winter? ... used to do
this with cars (I'm not sure why, but maybe so they wouldn't get ...
Since I moved with my wife to the U.S., I can't stop getting shocked by static ALL
THE TIME. .... To get rid of static from the carpet, we do this: Put an ounce or two
of .... (Plus I still get many major shocks throughout the winter.