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Eliminating Static in Plastic Bags Used for Plarn

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This is a guide about eliminating static in plastic bags used for plarn. When crocheting with this thin plastic, you need to control the static.
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March 11, 20120 found this helpful

Is there a way to eliminate static cling when cutting plastic bags for plarn? The excess plastic I cut off the bags flies everywhere except in the garbage can.

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March 13, 20120 found this helpful
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I usually have that bottom piece and the handles left after cutting to prepare, I just take a sec to roll then together and tie a quick knot. Gives them weight and heft so they fly better, ha ha ha, and don't stick to all things known to man. I then, keep the little bundles in a bag to use for fill, stuffing, toy fixing that needs some refill, etc!

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March 11, 20120 found this helpful

Never tried this ... but what about a spray bottle of water? Add a little downy?

Denise

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March 12, 20120 found this helpful

Try putting the scraps in a bag with a couple of fabric softener sheets.

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