I'm assuming that you clear it wearing long pants, long sleeved shirt and gloves. Use a product called Tecnu to wash yourself after you think you've come into contact w/ the poison ivy. I think you can also wash your clothes with it. This seems to work quite well. After you have some, put some bleach on it with a qtip- I'm not sure why it works, but in moderation, it seems to work quite well. If it gets really bad (my mother had it once such that her whole legs were covered and oozing), get a shot of hydrocortizone from the doctor. Naturally, this is not a remedy you want to revert to frequently.
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