Keeping Warm This Winter
The temperatures are dropping. Here are some tips for keeping warm this winter: Scarves are a necessity during the winter months. Spray Static Guard to avoid any hair static. Men…don’t be afraid to layer. A tailored shirt can look great under a sweater. Ladies, you can still wear those skirts. Wear them over leggings to… Read more »
Stay Warm and Fashionable!
Stay warm this winter but also look great at the same time. • Plaid has made a comeback this season. Wear a plaid shirt with your favorite scarf or hat to stay extra warm. • Attention men and women! Accessorize your outfits with a scarf to complete your look. Spray your scarf with Static Guard… Read more »
Warm Winter Accessories
Don’t forget to spray scarves and mittens with Static Guard before heading out to avoid static buildup.
To prevent unwanted “sparks in bed”, spray Static Guard on blankets and flannel sheets before climbing in.
Winter hat-head can be a hassle. Simply spray Static Guard inside your winter hat and let dry before wearing. This will keep your lovely locks tame.
Decorative Artificial Snow
Working with artificial snow can cause a blizzard. To prevent the snow from flying and sticking, put snow in a brown paper bag and spray lightly with Static Guard. Close the bag and shake, then let dry for just a few minutes before using.
Christmas Tree Tinsel
Christmas tree tinsel won’t reach out and grab you if you spray the decorated tree (lights off!) with Static Guard spray. After the aroma dissipates, turn on your lights.
Fill everyone’s stockings with Static Guard® spray to prevent any ‘shocking’ moments. Our 1.4oz travel size can also makes a great gift for the fashionista in the family for a mini wardrobe necessities kit.
Winter Weather Wardrobe Tips
First and foremost, determine what you are keeping this season and what must go (but keep in mind one mans, trash is another man’s treasure. Consignment shops or e-bay are great ways to make a little extra cash off of things you are not using anymore. Making a donation to charity that helps the less… Read more »