Buy a clean rooms vest from a company that is owned by someone who owns the company and is also a certified cleaner and also have an approved cleaning facility.
A clean room vest is required to comply with Canadian standards and must meet the Clean Room Equipment Standards (CLES) set by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Clean rooms vests are made of fabric and must be washed in hot water.
Some clean rooms vests require a minimum of 10 washings per garment.
The garment racks and clean rooms must be maintained in accordance with the CLES.
It is also recommended that the garments be cleaned by a certified, certified cleaning facility before being used in a garment.
For more information about clean rooms, visit: www.cleanrooms.ca/index.html.
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