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Use the information in this process explanation to help you prepare a two-­page set of instructions for undertakers. Unlike Mitford, keep your essay objective.

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When writing your essay, you may want to break it up into different sections to make it easier to read.
The essay should consist of two main sections: embalming and restoration.

In the embalming section, you should include a numbered list that goes over each step, beginning with the removal of the blood. Be sure to include cautions and tips-- for example, you may want to note that the sooner the embalming process begins, the fewer complications you are likely to encounter. You also may want to note the different types of embalming fluids available and their different uses.

Because the restoration process varies on a case-to-case basis, you may want to break the restoration section up into smaller categories. Start the restoration section with an acknowledgment of the time elapsed since the embalming (between 8 and 10 hrs). Then, create your smaller categories, each complete with its own steps. These categories might include replacing missing body parts, dealing with swelling and emaciation, using cosmetics to adjust skintone, washing/grooming, and posing (both facial expression and the position of the body).

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