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Chlorine added to a dehumidifier

My mom was told to ad chlorine bleach to the dehumidifier in her bedroom. It makes my eyes water as is circulated throughout the house.

Was she told correctly. She tells me the manufacturer instructed this.

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NOT the best suggestion Ive herd.
1st Chlorine is very corrosive to copper and aluminum.
2 In strong concentrations like your describing it is unhealthy. Usually 1 or 2 teaspoons per quart is plenty to sanitize the air and wont cause you health problems. And If you use more than this it needs to be followed by a manual rinse and wash out.

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