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i suggested the "paperclip" method from my personal experience. im a medical doctor and the doctors coat is polyester/synthetic. so during winter i get these nice pops quite often when touching faucet/running water/patients. so whenever i wanted to wash my hands, i would grab a metal reflex hammer/tuning fork and touch the water with that first. you can se the spark between water and metal. no pain, full gain. (with children i first ground my self to something)
Why would you need a resistor in between? Just use any conductive material to even the potential. Say a paper clip. When the current goes through a larger area you wont feel a thing. Nice build though.
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