10 Best Commercial Anti-static Sprays

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Commercial Anti-static Sprays in 2020


Clean Touch 9656 Professional Formula Heavy Starch Spray

Clean Touch 9656 Professional Formula Heavy Starch Spray
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Professional formula heavy starch
  • 13 ounce aerosol can
  • Makes ironing a breeze
  • Leaves clothes with an extra crisp finish.

ACL Staticide 530 General Purpose Topical Anti-Stat, 4 oz Trigger Sprayer Bottle

ACL Staticide 530 General Purpose Topical Anti-Stat, 4 oz Trigger Sprayer Bottle
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • The key component in any total environmental static control program
  • Easy, inexpensive to use and long-lasting
  • Effective on virtually any material
  • Can be applied as spray, wipe, dip or by transfer roller coating, gravure coating or flexographic printing
  • Non-toxic, non-flammable, safe to use

ACL Staticide 2001 General Purpose Topical Anti-Stat, 1 Gallon Bottle Refill

ACL Staticide 2001 General Purpose Topical Anti-Stat, 1 Gallon Bottle Refill
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • The key component in any total environmental static control program
  • Easy, inexpensive to use and long-lasting
  • Effective on virtually any material
  • Can be applied as spray, wipe, dip or by transfer roller coating, gravure coating or flexographic printing
  • Non-toxic, non-flammable, safe to use

Desco Reztore 10435 Antistatic Surface and Mat Cleaner, 1 quart Spray Capacity

Desco Reztore 10435 Antistatic Surface and Mat Cleaner, 1 quart Spray Capacity
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 1 quart trigger spray bottle of Liquid
  • Does not contain silicone or other substances that will leave an insulative residue on surfaces
  • No alkali, ammonia, other harsh chemicals; common to many surface cleaners
  • Contains no dyes or coloring agents
  • Low volatility, non-flammable, and non-toxic: Safe for use in production areas and safe for operator contact

Niagara Heavy Spray Starch Plus Durafresh, Professional Finish, 20 Oz (4 Pack)

Niagara Heavy Spray Starch Plus Durafresh, Professional Finish, 20 Oz (4 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Iron Glides Easily
  • Crisper, sharper professional finish
  • Heavy starch is great for collars and cuffs
  • Create a professional finish at home
  • Pack of four 20 ounce cans

ETL Solutions Professional Strength Medical Freeze Spray, Cools Down to -65°F in Seconds, 10oz (283ml)

ETL Solutions Professional Strength Medical Freeze Spray, Cools Down to -65°F in Seconds, 10oz (283ml)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Faultless Premium Professional Starch, 20 Ounces (5)

Faultless Premium Professional Starch, 20 Ounces (5)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Contains (5) 20 oz Faultless Premium Professional Starch
  • Makes ironing faster and easier.
  • Gives clothes a crisp yet flexible feel. Keeps clothes looking newer longer.
  • Doesn't flake on dark clothes. Light, refreshing Pure Cotton scent.
  • Patented fiber-enhancing technology.

Goo Gone 2080 Pro-Power Spray Gel, Citrus Scent, 24 fl. oz., 11.25" Height, 8.6" width (Pack of 6)

Goo Gone 2080 Pro-Power Spray Gel, Citrus Scent, 24 fl. oz., 11.25
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Pro-power formula is enhanced to tackle the toughest sticky, gummy, greasy, gooey problems
  • Drip-free formula clings to the stain and penetrates the problem better for faster removal
  • Removes caulk and silicone, contractor's adhesive, grease and tar, tape and tape residue, varnish, wax and glue
  • Safe for use on hard surfaces, clothing, carpeting, upholstery, and much more
  • Citrus scent

Niagara Original Spray Starch Crisp Finish, Sharp Look 20 ounces (4 Pack)

Niagara Original Spray Starch Crisp Finish, Sharp Look 20 ounces (4 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Crisp finish, original, 20 oz.
  • Pack of 4 sprays
  • Create a professional finish at home

Screen Clean - Anti-Static, Anti Soiling Micronic Screen Cleaner for Computer Screens, LCD & LED TV Screens, and Touch Screens (15 oz spray)

Screen Clean - Anti-Static, Anti Soiling Micronic Screen Cleaner for Computer Screens, LCD & LED TV Screens, and Touch Screens (15 oz spray)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Cleans computer, TV screens and touch screens
  • Will not harm screens, keyboards, and housings
  • No waxes, non smearing
  • Removes finger prints, smudges, and smears
  • Stops dust from attracting to surface

Kim Kardashian on How She Fell Out of Love with Kris Humphries

Kim Kardashian let the waterworks fly last night on the season finale of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York." The E! network commercials had been billing the show all week as "how the fairytale ends." At the beginning of the episode,

At any rate, Mr. and Mrs. Humphries head out to what will now be known as "the most marital awkward dinner ever." Of course, we've got to put a disclaimer out there on Kris' behalf. We know that everything we're seeing was edited by Kim and the Kompany Kardashian. It's like watching propaganda in a dictatorship. Nonetheless, the formerly lovey-dovey dynamic duo had absolutely nothing to say to each other. Yikes! We guess that when you're not planning a wedding or world domination, the conversational pickings get really slim.

Sure we've seen Kim tell her mom that she wasn't that thrilled about her marriage anymore. We've also seen her crying to Khloe Kardashian Odom about the stresses of her relationship. As the show has been caught fudging the truth a bit, we only believe scenes that actually featured Kris H. He's the only person we know of no longer of the Kardashian re-shootable payroll.

Things go from bad to worse when Kris suggests sending his boxes to California so that he could move in with his new wife. Um, that sounds pretty reasonable to us. Husband wants to move in with wife. Okay, so far so good, right? Not according to Kimmie. She pretty much had a near meltdown at the prospect of her husband moving in with her and suggested he send his stuff to Minnesota and bring a bag. Yikes again.

Great gobs of madness, people! Didn't it occur to you before getting married to discuss small things like living arrangements and cohabitation? Kourtney intervenes on Kim and Kris' honey-can-I-bring-my-boxes fight and calls Kim a "bitch."

Let the meltdown begin.

Here's where it gets sketchy because of course we don't know what to believe but Kim ends up in a dressing room bawling. Shortly thereafter she's joined by Kourt and her baby daddy Scott Dissick. The Hump is seen in the hallway with baby Mason. Apparently, they're the only ones who can't find a way into the dressing room.

When Kimmie reveals that she feels bad for Kris, we can't help but agree with her. It's a big hairy mess. The show ends with Kim not telling Humphries that their marriage is a wrap because she wants to discuss this with him privately. Why get private now?! Just when you've led us to this cliffhanger. Oh well we know how the story ends.

Kardashian heads get ready, "Khloe and Lamar" are up next.

What did you think of the finale episode of "KKTNY"? Are you Team Kim or Team Kris?

Sound off!

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