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should  know  before  trying  to  remove  a  spot  or stain that the substance and methods to be used will not destroy the fabric or ruin its appearance. When in doubt about whether a spot or stain can be   removed   without   serious   damage   to   the material,     the     spotter     should     contact     the supervisor  and  obtain  his  or  her  advice  before starting the work. We have indicated earlier that identification  and  treatment  of  some  spots  are necessary  to  keep  them  from  becoming  stains. This    is    not    always    possible    due    to    heavy workloads  and  lack  of  time  to   check   clothing items. In this case a note should be placed in the plan of the day (POD) by the supply officer asking the  owners  of  articles  requiring  spotting  to  tag the articles with a note identifying the spots. This information makes the spotter’s job easier, faster, and more accurate. It also alerts the spotter to do spotting before dry cleaning. SPOTTING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT The  spotter  must  know  and  understand  the equipment  and  tools  used  in  spotting  operations in order to get the best possible results. Spotting tools and equipment consist of the spotting board assembly—main    spotting    board,    sleeveboard, garment  tray,  chemical  tray,  and  spotting  gun; spotting  brushes;  spatula;  chamois  and  towels; cheesecloth  and  blotters;  magnifying  glass;  soap solution   containers;   and   spotting   bottles   and agents. Main Spotting Board The   main   spotting   board   is   the   spotter’s worktable.  (See  fig.  6-15.)  It  is  shaped  like  an 43.93 Figure 6-15.-Spotter using the spotter board. 6-22

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