You can either remove your carpet and add a new one, or wash the carpet
get new carpet
This is close to lightning: Static Rub foam onto a carpet and then remove the foam sllllllloooowwwwllllllllly. I really mean it; remove it really slow.
because your stupid
Carpet and balloons
You may not be able to remove it all, but you at least have to make it totally flat and smooth, or any bumps will be felt under the new carpet.
You use energy when walking on a carpet. You may pick up a static charge depending on the material of the carpet
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For a large area, remove the carpet from the vehicle, clean with a good carpet cleaner, allow to dry thoroughly, reinstall carpet. For a small area, clean with a good carpet cleaner and allow to dry thoroughly.
A balloon and a carpet, or someones head.
Buy a new carpet! Unfortunately that's the only answer
can I remove a ruffles in a carpet
Tear up the carpet throw it away this will remove the stain
It depends on how big the carpet is.
remove mold from wool carpet
No. Carpet that is to be glued down must have a clean, smooth and sound surface prior to installation. It is necessary to remove the existing carpet before installing the new. Scrape away any old adhesives best as possible, vacuum, use a premimum adhesive or contact adhesive, and press the new carpet into the adhesive to get a good transfer.
Yes , brushing your hair or walking on a nylon carpet will cause you to generate a static charge.
The static friction that was created from rubbing my socks on the carpet caused me to shock my sister when i poked her.
when your feet brush across the carpet, its gathering negative or positive particles. that's why you get shocked if you do that and then touch something metal because you're transfering the particles to the metal. Friction with any insulator (such as carpet fibres) can remove electrons from the surface and allow the carpet and the object moving across it to acquire opposite electric charges, building up the static charge. The voltage of the static charge may build to several thousand volts - enough to cause sparks or make your hair stand up on end in some cases.
In nature, a static discharge will be lightning. you can also create static discharge by rubbing your feet against a carpet and touching the door knob afterwards. You can feel the shock, which is a static discharge!!