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    Mixing Chlorines

    Here is a strange question, and yes to start I know you never mix chemicals.

    But is it possible that if you add Calcium Chloride and Tri-Chlor together and mix it up in water that a
    serious chemical reaction like an explosion may occur?

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    Re: Mixing Chlorines

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    Re: Mixing Chlorines

    DO NOT MIX CHEMICALS TOGETHER! EVER!
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