Hello, I was led here when I did a search on "Chloramines". This is what has happened. I moved into an apartment. I was cleaning off my stove with Joy dish soap and a scrubby sponge, and tap water. I kept getting a really strong bleach smell. I found out the maintence used a product called Mr. Muscle, which had ammonia in it. The ammonia mixed with the chlorine in the water, and whatver was in the dishsoap, or maybe a chemical in the sponge and created chlormaine gas. I'm obviously still alive, this was a almost 3 months ago. But. It was hot and sticky, and steamy from the hot water I was using. So what I'm thinking is, I must have turned a gas into a liquid via the humidity and steam in the air. Because long story short, that bleachy smell spread to all my clothes, I had my computer tower and some papers sitting on carpet in the dining room ajacent to the stove/kitchen area. I picked up the computer tower and a laptop case to get my computer serviced. While it was in the car, my eyes kept watering and burning a little. I realized the chemical residue must have been on the surface of the computer and bag somehow. Well, the chemical got into my clothes, and the clothes of the friend that was helping me, and the interior of his car. Long story short, the Chloramines are slowly coming out of my clothes, but all my papers I fear are contaminated. I'm afraid to get in my friend's car, because I don't want to pick up that chemical on my clothing or skin again. They think there's nothing wrong, and any chemical smells/gases will burn off in the sun. I want to know 1) how can I get rid of the Chlormamines? 2) Did the Cloramines spread from the steam and humidity and 3) does it burn off a car interior from sitting in the sun? Am I going to be stuck with this bleach smell forever spreading in my clothing, burning my eyes, not being able to put other chemicals in my hair for fear of reaction? I'm not even comfortable in my own apartment but I have no where else to go. I know this sounds weird, but I don't know where else to turn How do I get rid of this chemical in my home and belongings?