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Figure 5-6.—Workflow for a laundry operation. other white or light-colored fabrics, light cottons with  heavy  stains,  dark-colored  cottons,  and  so forth.   Items   are   classified   according   to   the washing  formulas  to  be  used. HANDLING  LOTS The  main  problem  with  handling  lots  in  the laundry is identification. You need to have a good system  of  identification  in  the  ship’s  laundry  to prevent   loss   of   clothing   during   the   workflow process.  There  may  be  several  personnel  handling the  clothing  and  proper  identification  is  essential. IDENTIFYING  BULK  LOTS The clothing in bulk lots should be delivered to  the  laundry  already  stenciled.  Each  enlisted person is responsible for stenciling his or her own clothing.  The  laundry  petty  officer  in  each  division should  accept  only  properly  stenciled  clothing. Both  black  and  white  stencil  pens  usually  are available in the retail store. Proper  stenciling  of  clothing  ensures  proper distribution  from  the  laundry.  If  the  laundry supervisor runs into problems with lost clothing and  claims,  he  or  she  may  want  to  control  the items  turned  in  and  return  these  items  to  each person.  The  laundry  petty  officer  can  list  all articles across the top of a sheet of paper and write the people’s names in a column down the left side of the sheet. The number of each article sent by each  person  should  be  entered  in  the  box  opposite the  name  and  below  the  article.  When  the  articles are  returned  to  the  individuals,  the  names  are checked  off  the  list.  If  all  articles  are  properly 5-9

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