I am performing a renovation of my upstairs bathroom, which initially had carpet. After pulling up the carpet, I discovered vinyl flooring, which was adhered to a plywood subfloor.
Although I was smartly wearing a p100 facemask style ventilator rated for mold and asbestos for most of the removal, I very stupidly pulled the vinyl flooring up in an attempt to prep the floor for a layer of thinset mortar for new ceramic tile. While it was not visible per se, I am certain this must have generated some kind of "dust" or particulate release, as I really tore up this backing, which stubbornly came off in non-uniform layers of varying sizes. I ultimately went to town on it with a scraper.
In my research into the possibility of wallboard containing asbestos, I now know there is a likelihood that the vinyl backing also contained it. Terrified, I removed the material from the house, put my clothes in the wash, showered, and vacuumed the hallway outside of the bathroom.
I am aware of the dangers of asbestos, and it has me positively shook. My question is, what should I do now? The clothes I used are in my washing machine, but it hasn't been run yet. With what I've learned, my plan was to remove these clothes and dispose of them in a plastic trash bag, then run the wash on empty to try and flush any trace fibers. All of the removed flooring was thrown through a second floor window and is in a pile next to my house - I planned to have that bagged and hauled away as well. Lastly, I was going to put the respirator back on and put the thinset mortar down as gently as I can (after wetting the remaining "stuck" backing) to seal the last of the fibers under the thinset - then tile as usual.
Paranoid as I am, I wanted to ask for advice somewhere before I did anything. Do I need to test for it / call an abatement service immediately? The bathroom door was open while I removed the materials, and even when closed the door has a half inch clearance, could these fibers have (or could still be) contaminating my whole house?