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Does anyone have any ideas how to neutralize static electricity?

In my chargemaster powder tube, and in my plastic powder funnels I have issues with static. The static makes grains of powder stick and it's more annoying than it is trouble.

I've been using dryer sheets to wipe stuff down and that seemed to work ok, but I'm currently out of dryer sheets.

Does anyone have any other suggestions?


Thanks in advance.
 

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You sure its static?

Some powders just drop or "throw" better than others.

Think I'd try a putting a rubber mat on the floor where you sit or stand...Never had a static issue...new one on me :idk:
 

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I'm pretty sure it has to be static, because the powder is "clingy" after the powder charge is dropped or emptied, there are a few grains that roll around on the same spot but dont want to let go. Also since the dryer sheets helped I would say it had to be static. Beladran, have you used one of those things on that website?

I may just go buy another box of dryer sheets. Those worked and at least they are cheap.
 

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I know what you mean.. Ball powder like H335 and H380 do it very bad.. i dont have near the "cling" problem with Stick powder.

after awhile the ball powder stop "clinging" dunno what happend, maybe it ran out of static? :lol4:
 

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My powder funnel gets pretty "sticky" sometimes. Bounty dryer sheet is all I ever need. Just wipe the surface and see how magical it can be. It is always worse in the winter. Like all static electricity.
 
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