How to remove static electricity from plastic sheet?
About the Author:
Based in Colorado, Gisela Chavez has been writing and editing since 2004. Her editorial experience ranges from editing technical documents to editing for “The Bloomsbury Review.” She earned a professional writing certificate from the University of Colorado, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish.
Static electricity is a phenomenon caused when an object exhibits an imbalance between positive and negative charges. Plastics are insulators, which means they are poor conductors of electricity. Electric charges tend to build up on poor conductors, like plastics, resulting in static electricity. Static electricity can be annoying because of its tendency to make objects stick together, especially inside a plastic box. With a few simple steps you can learn how to dissipate static electricity and prevent it from coming back.