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  1. Chlorine is a chemical that prevents bacteria from growing. Chlorine poisoning occurs when someone swallows or breathes in (inhales) chlorine. This article is for information only. DO NOT ...
  2. ... or breathes in its fumes. These cleaners contain chlorine and acids. Chlorine is more likely than the acids to cause ... are: Bromine Calcium chloride Calcium hypochlorite Chelated copper Chlorine Soda ash Sodium bicarbonate Various mild acids
  3. ... cause pneumonitis. Some common dangerous inhaled substances include: Chlorine gas (breathed in from cleaning materials such as chlorine bleach, during industrial accidents, or near swimming pools) ...
  4. ... Running well water through a filter or adding chlorine to it does not make it safe to ...
  5. ... you can use 1 tablespoon (15 milliliters) of chlorine bleach mixed with about a half cup (120 ...
  6. ... nests and droppings with a 10% solution of chlorine bleach or similar disinfectant. Allow it to sit ...
  7. Controlling the acid levels and chlorine, bromine, or ozone content of the hot tub may help prevent the problem.
  8. ... all toxic household products (polishes, acids, cleaning solutions, chlorine bleach, lighter fluid, insecticides, or poisons) in a ...
  9. ... of 1 tablespoon (15 milliliters) of unscented, liquid chlorine bleach per gallon (3.8 liters) of water ...
  10. ... hypochlorite is found in: Chemical used to add chlorine to swimming pools Disinfectants Some bleaching solutions Water ...
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