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p.  Only  type  of  material  approved  by  the  medical  officer  used  to  treat nicks.  These  materials  applied  only  with  freshly  laundered  towels  or  sterile cotton. q.  Common  hairbrushes,  dusters,  and  shaving  brushes  prohibited. r.  Cut  hair  frequently  removed  from  the  floor  by  dustless  methods. 3.   HAIRCUTTING a.  Authorized  customers  provided  with  the  authorized  type  of  haircut desired. b.  The  following  services  available  based  upon  customer  demand  and latest  directives  on  hair  grooming: (1)  Regular  haircut (2)  Afro  haircut (3)  Tonic c.  Pictures  of  regular  and  afro  haircuts  mounted  side  by  side  in  a prominent  area  of  all  shops. d.   Haircuts   include   shaving   above   and   around   the   ears,   below   the sideburns,  and  across  the  back  of  the  neck. e.  All  haircuts  completed  by  a  neck  astringent  rub,  talc  dust,  or  both. LAUNDRY  AND  DRY  CLEANING 1.  Twenty-four  hour  service—maximum  three-day  service. 2.  Wash—24  pounds  per  man  per  week. 3.  Finish  press  three  work  uniform  shirts  and  trousers  per  officer  and CPO/SNCO  (E7-E9)  accommodation  per  week. 4. Finish press one dress uniform shirt and trousers per crew (plus troops) accommodation   per   week. 5. If self-service, customer able to locate finished goods and check out within 15 minutes. 6.  Customer  given  claim  check  for  garments  turned  in  for  processing. 7.  Sign  indicating  when  finished  work  will  be  ready  for  pickup.  (In by Out  by ) 8. Marking staples and tags removed from dry cleaning garments or stapled in  such  a  manner  as  not  to  touch  cloth  (belt  loops,  buttonholes,  etc.). 9. Policy to handle claims for lost or damaged customer goods in effect (claim file  available  for  inspection). 10.  Counter  personnel’s  appearance  and  attitude  pleasing. 11. Inspection of two finished garments chosen at random compare favorably with similar commercial processing (no missing buttons, free of wrinkles, no double  creases). 12.   Entire   customer   service   area   including   counter   presents   attractive appearance. AIII-7

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