- Created on Wednesday, 03 April 2002 01:06
- Written by Rich Fitzmorris
I know of no method to chemically remove the fiberglass without harming the clothing. Depending on the amount of fiberglass in the fabric, it could be brushed out with a boars hairbrush, or removed using tape or other sticky material applied to the surface of the clothing. Repeated washing and drying could be an effective solution, but only if there is a minimal amount of fiberglass in the clothing
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Fire in Jail Laundry
DURHAM, N.C. — A fire in the laundry room at a County Jail in Durham damaged goods but required no evacuation. The fire, which originated in a dryer, damaged hundreds of uniforms. In addition to the lost goods, the jail’s laundry sustained water and smoke damage. The fire was extinguished by the sprinkler system that had been activated.