Static Shock From Shoes

I recently bought a pair of shoes that I thought had rubber soles. I keep getting shocked on the doorknobs at work so they must not be rubber. I heard you can reduce or eliminate static shock with duct tape. I put some on the bottom of the shoes but it didn't help. Can anyone help me get rid of this shockingly irritating problem?

Jess from Hillsboro, OR

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July 18, 20070 found this helpful

I have been told that if you put a fabric softener sheet in your pocket, that will prevent getting shocked. I have never tried it myself, but maybe it will work.

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