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From: ellie (204.211.2.254)
Subject:         all the above, and...
Date: August 21, 2008 at 5:47 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Interview today posted by Rita on August 19, 2008 at 3:37 pm:

I can't emphasize enough the need for gloves and handwashing. You also are a contact surface. And you sure don't want to bring any viri home.

My favorite shoes for kennel work are the crocs (those closed plastic sandals) I wear to work in the nursing home. They are cheap, comfortable, durable and above all washable and bleachable. That
is why nurses these days rarely wear anything else.

The other consideration you should be aware of is that bleach is necessary to kill microbes, but it's corrosive to the respiratory system. You may wish to bring a mask if you have asthma or breathing problems. Be aware of ventilation. And make sure the stuff is dry before bringing animals back onto the surfaces.


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