Demeter " the angry " (Epivis) became Demeter " the bather " (Xovaia).
The bather first entered a vestibule, where he could leave his clothes in a niche or locker.
We trace without difficulty all the separate apartments that are described to us by Roman authors - the apodyterium, frigidarium, tepidarium, caldarium, &c. together with the apparatus for supplying both water and heat, the places for depositing the bather's clothes, and other minor details (see Baths).
Known as "bather waste", chlorine also breaks down oils, lotions and skin flakes.
If not, you'll have to add more chlorine to break down the above mentioned chloramines and "bather waste".