Is there any way to make plastic things less static-y?
For example, plastic food containers and my plastic beverage cooler collect dust and dog fur and who knows what else if the dog even LOOKS at it. Gross! Any ideas very welcome!!
Hi Laura! I wonder if rubbing a dryer sheet on the plastic would help to rid of the static.
I know exactly what you mean. It happens in my home during the winter months when everything is so dry.
I use a little windex to wipe things down, and that seems to help some.
I was going to suggest the same thing as Crafty - wipe it with a dryer sheet. Also, try to keep from sliding the object across the counters or floors because the friction will cause some build up of static.
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