Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 08:58:10 -0700
Reply-To: "Larry D. McLouth" <LDMclouth**At_Symbol_Here**LBL.GOV>
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From: "Larry D. McLouth" <LDMclouth**At_Symbol_Here**LBL.GOV>
Subject: Glassware Safety

I have two questions:

1)  Does anyone have a glove recommendation for washing glassware?  The 
intent is for protection against cuts as opposed to chem resistance.

2)  Does anyone have a policy or any thoughts about glassware  "life 
expectancy " (beakers and flasks)?  That is - other than chips, cracks, 
fractures, etc., is there some guidance as to when glassware should be 



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