Chlorination began in the early 1900's when chemicals in water were harmful to humans. Since then chlorine has been used as a disinfectant and has helped end many threats to public health. In 1979, the EPA reduced the regulation limit of chlorine hoping to protect people's safety. The effects of chlorination on the human body are not entirely known, but most experts agree that chlorine is definitely harmful.
Like bleach, chlorine makes clothing dull and worn out.
In the Kitchen
From your water, to your food, and to your dishes, chlorine is everywhere. Just as chlorinated water taste, your food will also taste and smell bed.
Plants are a part of nature, but chlorine is not. Keep chlorinated water away from your plants to avoid damage to their cells and to your pets!
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