De-chlorinate tap water in one simple (free) step.

wtr pitcherI’ve always been, and will always be, an advocate of drinking tap water over bottled water.

Some readers agree, others have said “never without a filter first”, but one of the most common comments is the concern over the chlorination of tap water.   A good filter can remove the chlorine but did you know you can remove the chlorine in one simple step, even without a filter?

This is all it takes…

Fill a pitcher with water, leave it (uncovered) overnight on your countertop and by morning, your water will be chlorine-free… the chlorine will actually evaporate out of the water overnight!

Drink it throughout the day, store it in your refrigerator, cook with it….what you do with it after that is all up to you.

That’s it for today… short, sweet and (chlorine-)free!

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6 thoughts on “De-chlorinate tap water in one simple (free) step.

  1. This is true for some cities, but not others. If the water department uses chloramine to treat the water, then you can’t just let it sit out. Chloramine is more stable than chlorine and doesn’t just evaporate overnight. You can call the local water department and they’ll be happy to tell you. Or if you have a friend that is into aquariums (not me) or brewing beer at home (me!), ask them, they’ll know.

    Here is the wikipedia link on Chloramine’s use in water treatment:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloramine#Uses_in_water_treatment

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