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Have you ever touched a doorknob, a car door or some other metal object and ended up getting zapped by a static discharge?
I have too, and it’s no fun.
A typical static discharge can transfer 20,000 volts or more from your body to a metal object, resulting in a visible spark and a very painful zap.
That’s literally like getting struck by a miniature lightning bolt!
Luckily, there are several things you can do to prevent the build-up of a dangerous static charge: [Read more…]