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7-54. What should the spotter do if he or she is not certain whether a spot or stain can be removed? 1. Inform the owner it cannot be  removed 2. Send  the  article  back  to the owner and advise the owner to file a laundry claim 3. Contact  the  supervisor  and obtain  advice 4. Return  the  article  to prevent  further  damage 7-55. The  owner  of  spotted  clothing can  best  assist  the dry-cleaning  plant  by identifying  the  spot  in  what manner? 1. Drawing  a  chalk  circle around the spot on the clothing 2. Washing the clothing before it is sent to the dry-cleaning   plant 3. Tagging the clothing with a label  bearing  the  word  SPOT 4. Attaching a note to the clothing  telling  the  cause of the spot 7-56. The screened area of the main spotting  board  is  used  for which  of  the  following purposes? 1. Tamping 2. Applying  spotting  agents 3. Flushing 4. All of the above 7-57. How  often  should  the  screened area  on  the  main  spotting  board be  taken  apart  and  cleaned? 1. Daily 2. Twice  weekly 3. Weekly 4. Monthly 7-58. What  is  the  spatula  used  for? 1. To  manipulate  chemicals 2. To soften the stain 3. To help the chemical penetrate  the  stain 4. Each of the above 7-59. What  spotting  equipment  has  a flushing  and  tamping  area  like the main spotting board and is used when working out stains on sleeves  and  other  small  areas? 1. The  sleeveboard 2. The  garment  tray 3. The  chemical  tray 4. The  blotter 7-60. What material is used to pick up  the  remaining  moisture around a spot that was removed? I. Cheesecloth 2. Toweling 3. Blotter 4. Chamois 7-61. What material is used by the spotter  to  test  the  resistance of dyes in fabrics to the chemicals  on  the  spotting agents? 1. Cheesecloth 2. Toweling 3. Blotter 4. Chamois Learning  Objective: Identify spots  and  stains  and  explain the procedures used for removing them. 7-62. The location of the spot or stain may be beneficial to the spotter  in  identifying  what caused it. 1. True 2. False 7-63. What is the purpose of performing  a  solvent  test? 1. To determine if a spot or stain should be removed by water or dry solvent 2. TO determine what type of spot is on the clothing 3. To test the resistance of dyes on the clothing 4. To soften the spot or stain for easier removal 65

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