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shows laundry personnel doing this procedure in the  assembly  room.  After  all  the  articles  in  an individual bundle have been binned, it is best to remove  the  articles  from  the  net  bag.  Fold  and return them to the net bag as you check off the items on the laundry list. Pin the net bag with a large laundry pin and attach the separate sock bag to this net bag using a small laundry pin. MAKE SURE you attach the correct  laundry  sock  bag  to  the  correct  net  bag. To  make  issuing  individual  bundles  easier,  always make sure that the name or laundry mark of the person  owning  the  articles  is  shown  clearly  on  the net  after  you  wrap  and  pin  the  bundle. Once  you  have  done  this,  check  the  laundry list  and  make  sure  you  have  all  the  finished  press work  (shirts,  trousers,  and  so  forth).  Cover  the press  work  with  a  suit  wrapper  and  attach  the laundry list to the wrapper using glue or tape. ASSEMBLY  OF  BULK  LOTS Bulk   lots   are   normally   tumble   dryed   and placed back in the divisional laundry bags. Items that  you  receive  in  bulk,  such  as  tablecloths, should be returned in bulk bags in even stacks tied together with a string after pressing. Flatwork lots including sheets, towels, and so forth, should be folded and tied in bundles and returned in laundry bags. When tying these articles in bundles, always keep  similar  items  together.  The  following  system should  be  used  when  handling  bulk  lots. 1.  The  division  petty  officer  delivers  bulk laundry  to  the  laundry  receiving  room. 2. The laundry bag is weighed and the weight is noted in the bulk lot laundry log. The Received By and Delivered By columns of the bulkwork log are  signed  by  the  laundry  petty  officer  and  the division petty officer to acknowledge the delivery weight. 3. After the work is completed and when the laundry is picked up, the bag is again weighed with the post-processing weight noted in the log. Both petty  officers  sign  the  log  on  issuance  of  the finished  work. Refer  to  the  log  when  a  division  brings  its laundry back to the laundry issue room claiming unacceptable losses of clothing. Receipt and issue of bulk laundry can be compared. A 1-pound loss in  weight,  for  instance  on  a  50-pound  bag  of laundry,  would  indicate  that  the  loss  problem  may be occurring in the living compartment rather than the laundry. HANDLING  FINISHED  LAUNDRY Handle finished laundry with care. Collect it promptly  and  place  it  in  the  proper  bin.  Do  not allow unfolded clothes from the net bags to pile up  around  the  laundry  on  the  worktables  or shelves.  Be  careful  not  to  allow  clothing  to  fall to  the  deck.  When  finished  work  is  soiled  or wrinkled  by  rough  or  careless  handling,  reworking is the usual result. No  articles  should  be  returned  to  the  owner unless it represents the best quality of work and care  your  laundry  can  give  it.  Streaks,  stains, broken  buttons,  or  any  blemishes  on  finished work  are  usually  inexcusable  and  should  be corrected  before  the  article  is  returned  to  its owner. QUALITY   ASSURANCE As  you  know,  every  individual  expects  the return of all articles from the laundry done in a professional manner. When you receive finished work in the assembly room, check each piece for cleanliness, stains, scratches, marks, or any other type of blemish. The pressing and finishing section gives the standards of quality for finished work. These  are  the  things  you  must  look  for  when inspecting  laundry.  A  shirt,  for  example,  should have  a  QUALITY  LOOK;  that  is,  it  should  be thoroughly   clean,   free   of   blemishes,   smoothly ironed,  and  have  the  proper  creases.  What  applies to  the  inspection  of  shirts,  of  course,  applies  to every   article.   Remember   that   you   have   the ultimate  responsibility  of  approving  laundry before  it  is  returned  to  its  owner. ISSUING  LAUNDRY Issue   finished   laundry   according   to   the schedule. Provide space for laundry that is ready for issue. You need shelves or tables for wrapped bundles and space for laundry bags. In case you have a special room for receiving and issuing, put finished  bundles  neatly  on  shelves  in  alphabetical order. Hang  shirts,  trousers,  and  coats  on  hangers and  cover  them  with  suit  wrappers. Issue   laundry   to   authorized   persons   only, those designated on the schedule, or to individual owners.  Make  sure  that  proper  signatures  are obtained and that the count reflected is accurate. This is necessary to establish validity in laundry claims.   Any   problems   encountered   in   issuing laundry  to  officers,  chiefs,  Mess  Management 5-55

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