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Re: Silk and Static Electricity

Through another forum I found the answer. I share here for others if they are having the same problem.

I used a dryer sheet and rubbed the silks with them. That took out about 90% of the static electricity and made the silks a lot easier to work with.
by brianc2k
12/29/11 11:21 AM
 
Forum: Reference Room
Topic: Silk and Static Electricity
Replies: 4
Views: 1251

Looking for Agent in United States

I am in the Central Midwest and have been looking for an agent to help booking for about 4 months. I have not been able to find anyone. Made a couple contacts on the Internet but they only work with established main headliners. I just want to work out a series of performances county fairs, state fai...
by brianc2k
12/26/11 05:23 PM
 
Forum: Marketing & Magic Business
Topic: Looking for Agent in United States
Replies: 0
Views: 471

Silk and Static Electricity

I have started using a lot of silks in my show. In the summer I usually have no problem. But in the winter, when the air is dry, I have a major build up of static electricity. I set my iron on the lowest setting as I need to get the wrinkles out and fight the static electricity as I try to fold them...
by brianc2k
12/26/11 05:19 PM
 
Forum: Reference Room
Topic: Silk and Static Electricity
Replies: 4
Views: 1251

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