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Without anti-static napkins used, there is good chance
you will have your sweater stick to your socks or your
stick to your underwear. When pulled away from each
other to be separated, these clothes usually end up with
lingering static electricity that can eventually sting
owners. This also results in
useful energy being lost.
I propose a system with two laundry baskets. Once you
two clothes apart, you throw each of these into separate
baskets, which are connected with a circuit that also
battery charger. This way, energy is stored and
the anti-static napkins becomes a no-problem. Voila;
flour static beeb
[not_morrison_rm, Mar 10 2014]
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||There was something on BBC about a tub of flour being shaken from side to side generating static electricity, so you could toss one in on the drying cycle and get a bit more leccy. C link.