well let me try to explain what it was that i was doing.
I am not talking about cleaning dry sift using static like rubbing a ballon on your head and then gently moving the balloon over top of the spread thin dry sift .
I am talking about using a metal framed screen, with a plexi glass catch underneath> The plexi is key as it holds the charge.
You can charge up the metal frame, with the smallest amount of electricity, and this creates a static charge within the frame.
I dont exactly understand it, but the static creates patterns that are invisible to the eye, but as the dry sift falls thru the screen, the invisible static charge, collects the gland heads in small little mountainous piles, where as the contaminant, cystolith hairs and capitate stalks, etc, are shot outside these little piles, and create little circles around each pile.
I had photos of this from some time ago, but i have nooooo idea, where on my terrabyte harddrive they are, IF i find the pattern sh ots of the dry sift i will post them here.
But basicaly the little piles were very white, and melty, and the circular patterns around the piles were like smoking bowls of capitate stalks, burns like paper and gives no high.
My two cents.