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  • Microfleece Static Issues

    I love the mircofleece pants and tops. But I have one major problem with them and I want to know if anyone can help me solve it.

    STATIC!!!

    No matter how I wash them or what I use, they are so full of static and it drives me up a wall!

    Is there any way to get rid of that so that I can wear the comfy, cozy pants and tops when it starts getting colder?

    Thanks for any advice and help!!
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    Re: Microfleece Static Issues

    That's a lot of static to drive you up the wall!!

    Sorry though, no clue.
    I only use fabric softener and fabric softener sheets. The weather lately makes my basketball shorts really staticky too so maybe that's the reason, the weather.
    (Is staticky even a word?)

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      Re: Microfleece Static Issues

      i find fleece to be very staticky(its a word now) try to wear lots of lotion, and carry a dryer sheet in your pocket
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        Re: Microfleece Static Issues

        There's also the spray - what's it called? Static-Off?

        You spray it on the clothes when you put them on. It's supposed to prevent the static cling.
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          Re: Microfleece Static Issues

          Originally posted by TraceCub View Post
          There's also the spray - what's it called? Static-Off?

          You spray it on the clothes when you put them on. It's supposed to prevent the static cling.
          I've tried that many times with no luck, but thanks.
          Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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