On 18/09/2016 21:44, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Within the refrigerator. So what then happens to it? Does it just sit
there in the air? Or, being a fairly reactive element, does it react
with things around it? I don't remember smelling chlorine when opening a
refrigerator, even with a jug of tap water in it.
I've only ever lived in hard water areas.
I use a jug water softener for making tea (and because there's
enough chlorine to make the cold water smell like a swimming pool).
Nothing else matters with hard water - used to descale the show
heads, but got ones which don't block with scale (Mira Everclear).
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