You’re minutes in, and already the sweat is starting to pour. Yet this really isn’t as hot as it could be, Roxanne Bailey points out, in her jeans and long-sleeved blouse — it’s September, after all. You should see it in the middle of the summer, the production control manager at Flair Molded Plastics Inc. adds, as large fans blow air every which way. She’s taking time out of her busy day to give you a tour of the place she considers a second home, the company that gave her a job when she was just 17. Yet you’ve never been in a plastics factory before.