7 Easy Ways to Get Rid of Static in Clothes

Use a Humidifier: Increasing the humidity in your home can help reduce static cling. Use a humidifier, especially during the dry winter months.

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Dryer Sheets: Tossing a dryer sheet into the dryer with your clothes can help reduce static cling. The dryer sheet's coating transfers to your clothes, reducing static.

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Aluminum Foil: Crumple up a piece of aluminum foil into a ball and toss it into the dryer with your clothes. The foil helps discharge static electricity.

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Vinegar: Add a half cup of white vinegar to your washer's rinse cycle. The vinegar helps soften fabrics and reduce static cling.

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Moisturize: Spraying a little water on your clothes or using a fabric softener or dryer sheet with a moisturizing agent can help reduce static.

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Reduce Drying Time: Over-drying clothes can increase static cling. Try reducing the drying time or using a lower heat setting.

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Metal Hangers: Use metal hangers instead of plastic ones in your closet. The metal can help discharge static electricity from your clothes.

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