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Old 02-28-2013, 01:12 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Gealii View Post
static buildup in dry places ie. winter has low humidity.
This is what we use in computers so we don't fry sensitive parts when building our machines.
Rosewill RTK-002 Network/ PC Service Tools -
I would just bolt the 1 end onto the car and then the strap comes off the bracelet for easy disconnection
Yeah I build computers too, I have one of these bracelets but I wouldnt know a good spot to ground it in my car, plastic everywhere

I Appreciate everyones answers, I kinda figured everyone would take it as some kind of joke

I saw something online about rubbing the seats down with anti-static fabic softener sheets... That might be a good thing to try.

And im curious about the things that someone was saying drags on the ground to kill the built up electricity... Is it like a wire that drags the ground or what
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