DIY Two Ingredient Static Guard!
Ok. So, this do it yourself happened out of necessity. Yesterday I noticed that my four legged children weren’t moving around very much and when they did, they walked around stiff legged. Right before it was time to go to bed, I called them over and pulled their sweaters off (it’s cold in my house!). As soon as I put my hands on the sweater, a jolt of electricity ran through my fingers! Then I realized, they weren’t moving because they were being electrocuted every time they did! Poor girls!
Don’t worry though, I got paid back! I laid down and threw my comforter over me only to feel like I had covered myself in a hornets nest! More static!! Unfortunately, I didn’t have any actual static guard (which was ok, for some reason that stuff irritates my lungs) but I really needed some help. So, I made my own!! YAY!
So here’s what you’re going to need:
- Liquid Fabric Softener
- Spray Bottle
That’s it!! How awesome is that?!
All you have to do is take a few teaspoons of your liquid fabric softener and add it to a spray bottle.
Now, fill the rest of your bottle up with water and shake it all about..then you do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself about.. Ok, maybe you don’t have to do the hokey pokey but it’s still fun! 😉
You’re done! All you have to do now, is spray the offending material! My dog’s sweater got a nice dose!
My covers are getting a spraying too!!
You can also use this on carpets or any other fabric that wants to shock you!
Wasn’t that easy?! Oh, this little mixture can serve as a Febreeze replacement too!! It smells great!
I hope this post saves you some time and some money next time you find yourself in a shocking situation! 😉
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