chlorine in tap water

Discussion in 'General Science & Technology' started by sculptor, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. zgmc Registered Senior Member

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    Why don't you switch to "raw" water? All natural water. Can't go wrong there...
     
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  3. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Hey, no fair. Everyone gets to assign their own importance to their own matters.
    A small problem - if solvable with small effort - is still worth it. (wisdom otherwise known as 'low-hanging fruit').

    All the OP might have to do is vote, and he can solve this easily.
     
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  5. naturallygorg Registered Member

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    Yes, that's correct! The water needs to be filtered longer to effectively remove chlorine.
     
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  7. el es Registered Senior Member

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    I am on a well. I buy bottled water for tea, coffee, and lemonade. That costs 3 to 5 bucks a week.
    When one of the houses is sold, the well usually gets a one time treatment.
     
  8. gebobs Registered Member

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    I use tap water filtered through my refrigerator. I'm sure it doesn't get all the chloramine out of the water but I'm not going to worry about that. I don't like using bottled water. I consume enough plastic as it is. I'm trying to wean off that crap.
     

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