If you put that perfect dress on only to have it cling to you, it loses a little something. Fortunately, various methods can stop the static and get your dress back to looking great.
Things You'll Need
- White vinegar
- Spray bottle
- Dryer sheet
- Aerosol hair spray
- Body lotion
Add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the machine when washing the dress.
Remove the dress when it is still slightly damp, and hang it up somewhere to dry.
Spritz it down with a little water, then rub a dryer sheet lengthwise down the inside of the dress.
Spray your pantyhose, if wearing them with your dress, lightly with an aerosol hair spray.
Apply a body lotion if the dress sticks to your skin.
Touch metal to instantly remove any built-up static cling.
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