Correct me if this is wrong, if a negatively charged comb reacts to water(ex. tapwater), the water will bend towards the comb because the water molecule has a slight positively charged "side" and because of that the free electrons on the comb and the water molecule will attract to each other.
But what if the comb was positively charged? Will the water still bend towards the comb because the water molecule also has a negatively charged "side"? Will the water bend away from the comb? (Is this because the water molecule is more positively charged than negatively charged?)