Use humidifiers to reduce static electricity: Part 2 [Video]
Hello, and welcome back to our video series on how you can use humidifiers to reduce static electricity in your home. Sick of electric shocks and crazy hair? Grab your humidifier and start reducing those pesky charges.
Since static electricity is more prevalent in dry, cold air, increasing your environment’s humidity is an important part of decreasing those charges. By adding water particles to the air, you’re helping to quickly break up static charges.
Additionally, increasing the moistness in your air helps reduce static shocks that may occur when you touch electronics like computers and televisions. This is good, since these can cause serious damage to these expensive machines.