The main tank, brimful with ideas. Enjoy them, discuss them, take them. - Of course, this is also the #1 place for new submissions!
User avatar
By AaronBurns
#5558
When your long hair cat or dog has problems with its fur and feels uncomfortable, you can brush him or her with this Anti-Static brush to help with the problem and add a nicer looking coat of fur as well.

This brush will pull out the static electricity and their fur will lie down strait and look more sleek. It may even pull out the dander and dirt along with the electricity. It basically acts like a clothes dryer sheet and could perfume the cats fur at the same time.

Reward: Credit
User avatar
By Steve
#5660
Not quite sure how this works - what's the difference to a regular brush? ;-D
User avatar
By AaronBurns
#5661
Pulling out static helps the cats fur not feel dry and uncomfortable.
If you just pet a cat, you would shock parts of their bodies, especially the ears get shocked. With the brush they never get shocked.
This brush will pull out the static electricity and their fur will lye down strait and look more sleek.
It may even pull out the dander and dirt along with the electricity.
It basically acts like a clothes dryer sheet and could perfume the cats fur at the same time.
I see lots of benefits to brushing them with this brush.

<some of this description added to the original post by Steve>
By Rishi
#5681
Thre are some problems in this. Cats do rub against surfaces including trouser legs and can get literally charged up if they are isolated from the ground by a pile carpet or other insulators.

An anti-static brush wielded by a person also on the same surface cannot 'ground' the charge. In any case stroking the fur with the full face of the palm canneutralize the charge without any shock granting that the person is 'grounded '.

Rishi
User avatar
By AaronBurns
#5682
The brush has, what is like a dryer sheet technology in it. Therefore it has more of an ability to take out dirt, dandruff and static.
And you are wrong about human hands because just because you are grounded doesn't mean you can't produce a charge. Electricity is not a perfect science and you do produce more elecricity by strocking the cat not less electricity.
Try this simple experiment. Stroke the cats fur for a few times then touch it's ear. What happened? Suprise, you've just shocked the poor cat's ear. The cat doesn't like this.
See, my Anti-Static Pet brush nulifies all electricity and doesn't shock the cat or you.
The electric shock is much worse in different areas of the World. If it is constantly cold then you have massive amounts of Static electricity and no matter how much grounding you do, you can't stop the charge from affecting the cat.
I have personally been shocked by an electric fence with rubber soled shoes on when standing on it. My point is that you can't count on grounding to help get out the electricity from the cat's fur without this brush.
OFFSHORE

Is there anymore need for physical cards? I suppos[…]

A Place for problems and solutions

This is a really good proposal. One title could be[…]

Team Innovating Forum

Are there forums for team innovating? Normally peo[…]

Whats your favorite Xbox game?

Mine is outrun2