Yes, if you leave the water out the chlorine will leave the water. Putting water into a container with the most surface area will make it happen the fastest. So shallow, long, and wide is better than deep and narrow.In the area that I live in there is a lot of chlorine is the tap water. My dad was saying that if you leave it left out, open, that it will help reduce the amount of chlorine in the water by a good amount. Has anyone ever heard of doing this? Does it work?
I also read in a prepper guide to use a hand mixer/ egg beater to aerate and agitate for taste. That comment was probably to weed out less thoughtful people that might try to hold an electric mixer over a vat of water for a time.Wellrounded said:A cheap aquarium air pump will also speed up the process, as will having the water at room temperature.