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IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  5-38  THROUGH 5-41, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE TYPE OF SOIL THAT IS DESCRIBED IN COLUMN A. A. DESCRIPTIONS     B. SOILS 5-38. Soil that 1. Water includes a soluble variety of  substances 2. Chemical such as soluble starch,  syrups, catsup,  and 3. Special so forth and is removed 4. Insoluble during  the normal  laundering process 5-39. Soil  that  includes such things as paint, ink,  adhesives,  and so forth, and cannot be removed during the normal  laundering process but may possibly  be  removed using  spotting  operations 5-40. Soil that includes the majority  of  soils removed in the laundry; most of these types of soils are readily dispersed  during  the wash  cycle,  but  they tend to contribute to fabric damage due to fiber  abrasion 5-41. Soil  that  includes substances  such  as  grease and oils, is usually not soluble  or  dissolvable  when washing,  and  may  require special  treatment 5-42. Color  transfer  is  primarily caused on fabrics when the laundry person on the wash deck does not accomplish which of the  following  actions? 1. Loading  the  washer  properly and  according  to  weight limitations 2. Adding  sour  according  to the wash formula 3. Extracting  the  clothes properly 4. Classifying  the  clothes properly 5-43. What  action  by  the  laundry person may cause the redepositing of soil on the clothing  during  the  wash  cycle? 1. Washing a light load of dungaree  trousers  with black socks 2. Washing  white  and  colored fabrics  together 3. Washing  heavily  soiled clothing  with  lightly soiled  clothing 4. Washing  lightly  soiled fabrics  together 5-44. When  should  the  laundry chemicals  come  in  contact  with the fabrics in the washer extractor? 1. Before the water is added 2. After the first bath 3. As soon as the water is added 4. After  the  correct  water level is reached Learning Objective: Identify the  various  laundry  chemicals, types of wash water, and the formulas used in washing fabrics in the ship’s laundry. 5-45. What type of water is most suitable  for  washing  clothes  in the  ship’s  laundry? 1. Soft water 2. Salt water 3. Hard water 4. Chlorinated  water 5-46. What type of treatment is required  for  permanently  hard water? 1. Exchanging  the  compounds contained in the water 2. Boiling it 3. Using lime soaps during washing 4. Distilling or adding special  chemicals 44

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