that indicates a leak at the point of observation. Cover entire exposed surface of coveralls. Mark suspected leaks with
Turn the coveralls over and repeat step (7).
When test is complete, rinse coveralls completely with clean water to remove all solution.
Deflate coveralls and remove all clamps and drawstring.
Hang coveralls to dry.
If the leakage test indicates leaks that can not be patched, turn-in IAW local SOP.
If coveralls pass test, stencil with next inspection due date.
Repair Stitching. Repair stitching IAW procedures in paragraph 5-8. All stitching shall be Type 301, with 8 10
stitches per inch. See paragraph 5-8.
Repair Coverall Material. No more than 20 patches total or 8 per panel may be applied to the outside of
coveralls. Make repairs IAW paragraph 5-9.
Repair Strapping and Tunnels. Repair strapping and tunnels IAW paragraph 5-10.
Replace Snap Fasteners. Replace snap fasteners IAW paragraph 5-11.
Replace Webbing and Buckles.
Remove the stitching (1) that secures the strap (2) to garment, and remove strap (2).