Could you post some pictures of it?
Looking for WWII U.S. dog tags
I will post pictures asap. I need to iron out the wrinkles first.
Thanks for the heads up. I'll try to let it hang to drop some of the wrinkles out. It was curled in a ball so its a wrinkled mess.
In lieu of ironing, would it be ok to hang it in the bathroom during a hot shower? In my lazy days, when I didn't feel like ironing my shirts, I would hang them in the bathroom while I showered and they got decent a steam. Didn't get all the wrinkles out, but enough so I looked somwhat presentable!
Just curious if this would be a good alternative....
It was my assumption the introcuction of soapy water is what caused a false positive under blacklight.
If what you say is correct, wouldn't most flags, uniforms, patches or other cloth items of that era cause a false positive unless they were used exclusively indoors? With that said, the blacklight test would be deemed useless as it would be the standard for the item to glow.
I could be completely wrong, though, so please correct me if I am as I'm still learning.