why do the makers of static guard put it in a metal can? just sayin'....
felt i should clarify- static guard eliminates static electricity and static cling chemically some how. i had a couple of cans left from god knows when- and the new house is dry, dry, dry coupled with wall to wall carpet. i have 2 humidifiers in my bedroom right now that help- and one downstairs where i have the most problem. thinking i might put 2 downstairs instead. i don't use fabric softener or dryer sheets anymore- and that's part of the issue. i am going to start tumbling dry and air drying completely and that too will help the issue.
the bigger issue for me is that anything i touch- i get a shock. now, static guard comes in a metal can. and i know why :) it sprays easier but that doesn't help me if i forget to deshockify myself before picking up the can. that's all.