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 sulfur from well water, install a manganese greensand filter or any other compliant particulate filter. In some cases, it may be necessary to pump chlorine into the well water before treating it with a particul... More »

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Chlorination and aeration can remove sulfuric gas and odors from well water. The strong, rotten egg odor occurs when bacteria convert elemental sulfur into hydrogen sulfide gas. More »

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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 »

A mixture of Clorox chlorine bleach, trisodium phosphate and water can be used to clean asphalt shingles. The trisodium phosphate allows the bleach to work more efficiently, but if it's not available, a non-ammonia based... More »

To clean the roof with bleach, mix trisodium phosphate and chlorine bleach with water, spray the solution onto the roof, and rinse the roof with clean water after 15 minutes. Oxygen bleach can be used in place of chlorin... More »

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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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