Udiah (witness to Yah)

Rookie - 7 Points (1959 / USA)

A Warning To All


The Shoddy Times
March 30,2012

A Warning to all with Infants and Toddlers

With the recent report of other workers suffering similar physical effects that this reporter is currently experiencing from the chromium which is leaching out of recently purchased reflective clothing from China. It is recommended that anyone laundering their personal everyday clothes that have been in contact with such reflective clothing, wash them separately, preferably not in an automatic washing machine. The personal clothing will contain within its fibers chromium particulate, some of the larger ones which are able to be seen when light strikes the particles at the proper angle so that they reflect the light into the viewer's eyes, much like the eye glitter worn by young ladies today.

When washing these polluted clothes in an automatic washing machine many of the particles which are released into the wash water are spun right back into the clothing when the washer drains, not to mention into any other clothes that are being laundered with it. Even after the contaminated clothes are removed, the washing machine will still contain a percentage of the chrome particles, many far too small to be seen by the naked eye, so that the next load of laundry will also be polluted by such particles.

This reporter thus recommends that because the tolerance levels of infants and toddlers for chrome are so minute as to be best considered as zero micrograms (so small as not to be seen at all even in the largest of machines filled with water) , that one rinse the machine at least more than once, by placing the loading dial to the next larger setting, letting it agitate for a couple of minutes then drain, to assure all pollutants are removed before laundering any infant and toddler clothing. And that all infant and toddler clothing always be laundered separately and best kept as far from work clothing loads as possible.

It is know that the element chromium can cause dangerous physical and psychological effects when one is exposed to levels beyond the maximum allowable daily limits, whether digested, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin. And that these over exposures may not be readily apparent or may take days to become apparent after the fact.






















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Submitted: Friday, April 27, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 28, 2012

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