How do you treat pool burns to the skin from chlorine?

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You may get to know that too much chlorine can actually burn your skin, to treat these burns one need to take off any jewelry or watches. Take a cool shower of about 20-minutes using soap and a body scrub to make sure you get all the chlorine off your skin. Take an aspirin, place a clean, sterile bandage over the burns, you can eventually seek medical treatment immediately if the pain intensifies.
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1. Take off any jewelry or watches. Take a cool 20-minute shower. Use soap and a body scrub to make sure you get all the chlorine off your skin. If using the scrub hurts, use your
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Treating a. Liquid. Chlorine Burn. I'm assuming we're talking about liquid chlorine, such as chlorine bleach or swimming pool additives, and not liquid chlorine gas (which is very
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Doc's DeClor, and Pondcare Clorine and Heavy Metal Remover will both remove harmful chlorine from the water. Debrid Medicated RX Koi Food will help get rid of Ammonia burms, which
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Hi Amauta, I would say that gloves are the only real option. I kow of nothing that will protect your existing injury except a real barrier like medical latex or medical vinyl gloves
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