you don't put chlorine in the bath tub you put it in pool,and hot tubs, public water ect.
dont give your gerbil a 'water' bath use chinchilla dust
Different water suppliers add different quantities and different types of chlorine and chloramine. The only water that fish should be put in should have all the chlorine removed by either letting the gas evaporate off or by adding some commercially available "water conditioner" according to directions.
Singaporean sure use about 20litres for it drinking is about 900ml of water for each meal and we have to bath too so the rest of the water should use to bath.
Answer#1Regular strength chlorine bleach is approximately 94.75% water by weight.
Yes. Drowning is not about the amount of water the person is in but how the water enters the persons system. If the child gets too much bath water in their lungs at once without being able to spit it out they can drown. But...a child should NEVER be left alone in a bath long enough for that to happen....PERIOD!
It depends on how much vinegar or citrus juice you use in relation to the fruit.
Drinking water? Of course not! For the purification of the pool, maybe. That's why people who swim too much get red eyes...
Blond hair can turn a greenish tint from chlorine but regular tap water from the faucet shouldn't be turning it green. All tap water has a certain amount of chlorine in it but it shouldn't affect you like that. You should look into where your water is coming from and find out how much chlorine is actually in it.