Q: A few people wearing hospital scrubs that I have been processing complained about skin irritations. I have modified my laundry formula to reduce alkali and bleach but they are still breaking out in rashes. What is causing this?
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Q: A customer brought in jeans with crayon all over them. The jeans had been dried while the crayon was still in the pocket. Can these stains be removed?
A: According to DLI experts, crayon stains are similar to candle wax stains and appear as built-up, shiny, and stiff stains.
Normally, drying, not washing, will cause these type of stains. The heat from drying melts the crayon material, resulting in stains on the garment.