Static Solution

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  • Easily remove static cling
  • 8 FL OZ (236 mL)

Nix static attacks on contact with a few mists of this non-aero- sol formula that releases static energy while infusing fabrics with a fresh scent. Ideal for clingy skirts, tights, coats, sweaters and more. Since you never know when static will strike, always keep a bottle on hand!

Our start-to-finish laundering collection in Classic scent is the ultimate "clean laundry smell," blending lily of the valley and jasmine with sweet musk, sandalwood, and a touch of citrus.

Our start-to-finish laundering collection is scented in Classic, the ultimate �clean laundry smell.�

INGREDIENTS: water, phenoxyethanol, alcohols C12-15 ethoxylated, fragrances. Phosphate free.

Color and texture may vary with plant-derived ingredients.

Free of: Petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial color.

No animal ingredients or animal testing.

Dermatologist tested

Assembled in The USA

Safety Data Sheet

Step 1

Launder static-prone synthetics using Delicate Wash.


Step 2

To reduce static in the dryer, use any of our Fabric Conditioners, such as Fabric Conditioner Classic


Step 3

To remove stubborn wrinkles at home or on the go, use Crease Release 2 oz.

Step 4

To freshen between launderings, use Fabric Fresh Classic.

Did you know...

Static electricity is caused by the buildup of positive and negative charges on adjacent layers of fabric and the induction of this charge on the body. Friction and low humidity cause fabrics to build up these charges, and can cause static shock when the wearer touches a metal object. Static Solution adds moisture and reduces the buildup of opposing charges.

In the dryer, separate static-prone synthetics such as acrylic, nylon, polyester, and acetate to prevent them from charging the rest of your laundry load. The best method is to hang dry.

Dry skin easily develops an opposite charge. To combat static, be sure to moisturize. Wearing rubber or leather soled footwear will also help reduce static shock.

Avoid a static embarrassment.