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First, an employee should not take contaminated workclothes home to be washed. The employer is required to provide for the cleaning of protective work clothing per 29 CFR 1910.1025(g)(2)(ii). Second, when an employer opts to use a commercial laundry to clean protective work clothes contaminated with lead, the employer is required to inform the laundry in writing of the potentially harmful effects of exposure to lead per 1910.1025(g)(2)(vi).

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