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Dry-cleaning    operation—Continued dry-cleaning  personnel,  6-1 dry-cleaning  schedule,  6-1  to  6-3 adjusting  the  schedule,  6-3 deadline  for  receipt,  6-2 dry-cleaning  equipment  capabilities, 6-2 dry-cleaning  standards,  6-2 group  or  class  scheduling,  6-2  to  6-3 types  of  services,  6-2 dry-cleaning  security,  6-1 dry-cleaning  solvent,  6-4  to  6-7 first  aid,  6-5  to  6-6 eye  contact,  6-6 inhalation,  6-6 skin  contact,  6-6 health hazards, 6-5 safe  handling  and  use  of  dry-cleaning solvent,  6-4  to  6-5 stowage  of  the  dry-cleaning  solvent, 6-6  to  6-7 maintenance  of  dry-cleaning  presses,  6-20 methods  used  in  spotting,  6-26  to  6-30 chemical  action,  6-27  to  6-28 emulsification,  6-27 mechanical  action,  6-28  to  6-29 solution,  6-26  to  6-27 spotting  formulas,  6-30 stain  removal  safety  precautions, 6-29  to  6-30 receiving  and  identifying,  6-3  to  6-4 classifying,  6-4 dry-cleaning  list  and  tags,  6-3 inspection,  6-3 prespotting,  6-4 sanitation,  6-7 spots  and  stains,  6-20  to  6-26 identifying  spots  and  stains,  6-24  to 6-26 spotter,  the,  6-21  to  6-22 spotting,  6-20  to  6-21 spotting  tools  and  equipment,  6-22  to 6-24 chamois  and  towels,  6-23  to  6-24 cheesecloth  and  blotters,  6-24 chemical  tray,  6-23 garment tray, 6-23 magnifying  glass,  6-24 main  spotting  board,  6-22  to  6-23 sleeveboard,  6-23 soap  solution  containers,  6-24 spatula, 6-23 spotting  bottles  and  agents,  6-24 spotting  brushes,  6-23 spotting  gun,  6-23 F Flatwork  ironer,  5-38  to  5-42 Fleet  accounting  and  disbursing  centers,  1-3 Fleet assistance teams, 1-2 to 1-3 G Garment  tray,  6-23 Glossary,  AI-1  to  AI-11 H Handling  cash  from  sales,  2-11  to  2-13 Hazardous  materials,  3-14 Heat  stress  log,  5-4 I Insoluble  soils,  5-14 Inventory,  2-25  to  2-26 Laundry Laundry Laundry Laundry Laundry Laundry L detergent, 5-15 logs,  5-3  to  5-4 personnel,  5-2  to  5-3 pressing  and  finishing,  5-42  to  5-46 schedules,  5-7  to  5-8 security,  5-6 M Magnifying  glass,  6-24 Main  spotting  board,  6-22  to  6-23 Moneybags,  2-21 N Naval  Supply  Systems  Command,  1-2  to  1-3 Navy  Resale  and  Services  Support  Office,  1-2 Navy  Resale  Program,  1-2 Night  depository  safe,  2-21 Nonpathogenic  bacteria,  4-5 INDEX-2

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