I wrote up this document to simply capture some of my recommendations, best practices, and observations over the years. My thinking arose out of treatment work on multiple sites in varied settings. There are good takeaways for everyone, but definitely a need to tailor the information to fit particular infestations / properties.
One helpful tip I can share is to be sure you have wash water available at all times. Wash water, mild soap, and a few paper or plastic bags are good for cleaning up after unplanned encounters with poison ivy. I essentially operate out of five gallon buckets, so a little spray bottle and the buckets are all I need to clean or even quarantine items if I need to, boots included.
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