Remove chlorine from water by using a reverse osmosis system, using activated and catalytic carbon or vitamin C. UV light also removes chlorine from water. More »

To remove chlorine from your hair, immediately rinse and shampoo after swimming. Once hair is washed, create a baking soda paste and apply to damp hair. Allow the solution to rest and rinse with shampoo and a protein-ric... More »

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Distilled water may have chlorine in it if special steps are not taken to remove it. Distillation involves boiling water and condensing the steam into a clean container. If done correctly, the water should be cleaner, bu... More »

Reverse osmosis occurs when concentrated water is pushed through a membrane to produce fresh water on the other side, according to About.com chemistry section. Reverse osmosis allows water molecules to pass from concentr... More »

Clean sand dollars by ensuring the organism is dead, rinsing it until the water runs clear, soaking it in chlorine bleach and drying it in the sun. Use white glue, diluted with water, to preserve the sand dollar. More »

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To remove wall mold, use a solution of chlorine bleach and water on the mold, and use a stiff brush to scrub the infected area. Rinse the wall thoroughly, and allow it to dry. Seal the dry clean wall to prevent moisture ... More »

The best way to remove mold from wood is washing with a mixture of soap, chlorine bleach and water, according to the University of Tennessee. Increasing ventilation helps to lower humidity and keep wood dry, preventing n... More »

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