Do not wring out the rinsed area if an excessive amount of cleaning solvent was applied.
Cleaning Fabric Items with a Solution of Hand Dishwashing Compound. Use hand dishwashing
compound to clean fabric items as follows:
(1) Gently brush soiled area with a soft bristled brush.
(2) Spot clean with a solution of hand dishwashing compound as follows.
(a) Dissolve 1/2 cup of hand dishwashing compound (Appendix D, Item 8) in one gallon of warm
(b) Rub soiled area with a clean cloth dampened with the solution of hand dishwashing compound
(c) Rinse cleaned area by repeating rubbing process with a clean portion of the cloth dampened with
clean fresh water.
Drying Fabric Items. Dry fabric items as follows:
(1) Suspend or elevate item in a well ventilated room or in a heated frying room.
(2) Drying time may be reduced by the use of electric circulating fans.
(3) When heat is used, the heat temperature shall not exceed 160°F (71C). Preferred temperature is
Cleaning Metal Items. Clean metal items as follows.
Use care not to damage adjacent fabric areas when cleaning metal items
(1) Remove burrs, rough spots, rust or corrosion from metal items by filing with metal file or by
buffing and polishing with an abrasive cloth.
Use tetrachloroethylene in well ventilated areas only. Repeated or prolonged inhalation of the solvent vapors
can be detrimental to your health. Avoid repeated or prolonged skin contact with tetrachloroethylene.
Tetrachloroethylene must not be taken internally. Failure to observe this warning may result in severe injury or
(2) Remove all oils and filings by brushing and dipping in tetrachloroethylene. Allow to dry.