When using products with chlorine, like bleach or pool chemicals, the smell can linger in your nose and cause your eyes to water. The way you remove the smell depends on where it's coming from. For example, if you cleaned a bathroom with bleach, the smell may have soaked into your skin or clothes. The fumes from chlorine often cause eyes to water or burn. Removing yourself from the smell helps, but other measures are usually necessary.
Wash any part of your body that came in contact with the bleach with soap and water.
Remove clothing items that the bleach may have touched.
Wipe scent lotion around and on your nose.
Stand outside for 10 minutes to try to clear out your nose. The Centers for Disease Control and Protection website says that breathing fresh air right after exposure helps reduce the effects of the chlorine. Staying away from the area where the bleach was used also helps clear the nose.