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I built a static grass applicator and it all works fine, except for one thing............How do I get this grass not to stick to "everything" ?
This stuff goes everywhere and is hard to clean up due to the fact it wants to continue to stick even after the power is turned off.
I know women have this problem with different type of dresses and hosiery, I think it's called "static cling"?
Hey maybe I'm asking the wrong crowd, maybe I should be asking my wife? lol
Any ideas or suggestions would be welcome
Thanks T.C.


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I haven't the slightest idea -- maybe a dryer sheet that you place in the clothes dryer?
Maybe you can "blot" it with some Clingwrap? lol

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