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zerochlor


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Just to let you all know ZeroChlor will be for sale very shortly,depending on customs in famagusta it should be in the market place by the middle of this month. it is a 100% non chlorine formula for your swimming pools and will work out around the same price per month as chlorine does now,

http://www.zerochloreuropean.com



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put me down for some



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catalkoykid: the shop is sort of opposite the petrol station in catalkoy or opposite bow thai restaurant.next to the malpas turning off the catalkoy main road. products should be in the shop by the middle of the month.



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well products are now in mersin.if any 1 is thinking of a chlorine free swimming pool.it would be good to hear from you. im hopeful the products will be here in the shop by the middle of next week



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after poolsans are we all idiouts for another con



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zerochlor has nothing to do with poolsan....in poolsan there was to many partners.and at 45 pounds a bottle,,it was far far to expensive.zerochlor will be around the price of chlorine.



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Gates.can i ask you.what happend with poolsan for you to comment the way you did ,im curious to know really. i realise poolsan closed shop.but i thought poolsan was still in the market place .albeit expensive,but still there?



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they closed shop didnt tell anybody also were have you apeared from



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ive apperd from england.....ive been here since july of last year.i own the european rights to zerochlor...im english. so they closed there shop and didnt tell no 1.seems very strange.maybe they got into financial difficulty or some other bit of bad luck,sounds a bit like some building companies.doors opening.doors closing. ive invested far to much money to be a fly by night business.and when your product is as cheap as chlorine and not 45 pounds per bottle,i dont think il need to close my shop once the doors open!



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i forgot to point out to you gates.im not a pool maintainance company,just a seller of a very good product.i do not wish to service pools and i will not be looking after any swimming pools. my product can be bought retail or the pools companies can buy it wholesale.



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try cyprus pools then they are the best for pool services here pahaps they will be intrested in your product wish you all the best i know what it is like trying to sort things out here regards kirk



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Cheers.i might just give him a call.im sure he is already aware of my product.thanks for the advise.



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PoolSan user for the past two years and will be using a nil chlor product in the future as well. Do not feel that PoolSan was a con at all and if I wish I can still buy the product here anytime - it is even advertised in local mag's so what was the problem if the shop closed?



The backup I received was very good indeed, even down to the PoolSan manager in Portugal phoning me with advice over my own stupidity in not maintaining my pool correctley - problem solved and all for free!



For last 18 months have not had a problem and would not dream of going back to a chlor product - neither would my dog or my plants and they all drink the pool water!!!



Good luck to zerochlor - fight to get rid of chlorine now and help save a bit more nature.



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Can I ask what happens if you already have a chlorinated pool. Does it have to be emptied please.



Regards Sue



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Hello Sue . if your pool has already got chlorine in it there is no need to empty the pool.you just let the level of chlorine run down in the pool and then add the zerochlor,1 litre of zerochlor is enough for around 50 to 60.000 litre pool and will last for around 1 month.we advise to use each month,my product was produced for extreamly hot climates,and will work and keep working in temps of 62C.not that i ever hope cyprus will get that hot.



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Have you any written information about the product that i could read?

We have a large pool on our complex that i would like to try your product on ( 126 ton )



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Can I use the backwash on the garden without killing my plants?



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scooby,

If the zerochlor is the same as the PoolSan then you can drink the pool water - it is that pure - I backwash into a seperate tank so that I can pump it around the garden and then just use that water for everything that requires watering. The plants seem to do better on that water than the water from my well so no problems at all.

I have been told that you can do the same with chlorinated water and that the chlorine dies in two or three days but when I used to use chlorine and water from my seperate tank after a week - my plants died!!!

Stick to a nil chlor product, its safer for you, your pets and the garden.



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Hello geoff. if you wish to look at my website. look at my website in my profile here . or the website is this http://www.zerochloreuropean.com



im sure all the information is here you will need and alot more.youll find also the harmful effects of chlorine there also....not my writings.....but writings of doctors for large english newpapers.



hope my website is useful to you.



cheers.



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msg 16,

This looks like it...

http://zerochloreuropean.com/

Keith.



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Hi scoobydoo



the beauty of my product is that once its in use in your pool,yes you can either get another tank to collect your backwash waste water from your pool and save it to use on your garden,or put it direct to the garden..this is one of the reasons why the goverment give me my licence so quickly to sell it and market it here.there is around 20.000 pools here in north cyprus,and every few weeks more ,much more than 20,000 tons of water is just wasted and also poluting the island with the chlorine when most back wash water is just left to run into the soil or out of ur garden



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Thanks waddo. zerochlor is the same concept as poolsan.but diffrent company and slightly diffrent product.my product works alot better in the intense heat and also may i add.a hell of alot cheaper,as i have shares in the factory who produce it.so for once in our lives,we can have something very good in cyprus at a very cheap price. and yes if you really wanted you could drink the poolwater with zerochlor in it



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Waddo. can i ask you please.what is the cost of the poolsan per 1 litre bottle? also what is the cost of your regen, oxodizer?



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zerochlor, Msg 23 of 23



Will try to drop in to your shop tomorrow morning if you are in???



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if you find the website a little confusing http://www.zerochloreuropean.com you can call this number. 05338345256 or if you wish to know more about swimming pools and maintaining your own pool if you live here full time.please also call and im sure we can help you.



Thanks



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Sorry waddo. i wont be in the shop until late next week,as the products will not arrive until next week,pending customs procedure.



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zerochlor,

I applaud efforts to reduce the amount of chlorine in the environment, and had a good read of the website http://zerochloreuropean.com

A couple of things puzzle me, which you might like to clear up:-

1) The statement refering to Chlorine:"Any contamination of any kind that enters the facility after the twenty minutes will go untreated until the next dosing of the pool." would apply only to *Unstabilised* chlorine - not to Stabilised Chlorine, - the most commonly used type - I believe that this statement therefore is not 'the whole truth' & misleads.

2) There is a document displayed, of which the heading reads:

Turkish Republic of * NORTHEREN* Cyprus Ministry of Health

(my asterisks) - which appears to bear an official Crest and Stamp.

Have they REALLY mis-spelt the name of their own country on Official, Headed, Pre-printed Forms?

- or was this document (which appears to be 'permission to import') produced in it's entirety as a 'one off' by someone just for you?



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Hi keith. i think your refering to The Chlorine scenario. in which you say it misleads, what is spoke about there is chlorine use,not zerochlor use. with zerochlor any contamination which enters the pool after zerochlor use is killed,

Also thanks very much for pointing out the goverments mistake on there official headed paper. if you look at the official stamp.you will see it has the ministers name,and his signiture....i would not be so stupid as to invest so much money and live here and make up a false document and display it on the WWW it would be so stupid of me. it is there own mistake.not mine i can assure you of that.



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zerochlor,

Thanks for your prompt response.

I completely accept your statement re. the published document.

What I said about 'The Chlorine scenario' statement being misleading still stands however.

Proprietory Stabilised Chlorine compounds as used widely in TRNC, contain an inhibitor, which slows down the decomposition of the compound , and therefore extends the release of chlorine gas (the sanitiser) over a much longer period -days, in fact.

To state that these compounds will only effectively act on 'new' contamination for twenty minutes after application is demonstrably wrong, and it really will not do anything to assist acceptance of your own product if you seek to make false statements about the alternatives.

I wish you and your Company success.

Keith.



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Cheers keith....do you want a part time job !!



i wasnt aware it was a false statement regarding chlorine. but in saying that ,if there is a better product on the market place and roughly the same price and non chlorine,wouldnt it be better to change over and do our bit to help the world and land we live in!

Cheers



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what people dont seem to realise is the biggest problem in this country is not sterilization but correcting the total alkilinity and ph levels because of the hardness of the water and the temperatures we get later on if the total alkilinity and ph are to high or to low it doesnt matter what you put in to make your pool sterile it wont work



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zerochlor,

I started off this 'correspondence' by saying that

"I applaud efforts to reduce the amount of chlorine in the environment"

which is why I was interested enough in your product to read the information on the website.

My point is that making fase or misleading statements - stating less than 'the whole truth' - will do more harm than good to your product and your company.

Just because your product appears to be more environmentally friendly than Chlorine-based products is no excuse for misleading advertising - if people spot one such incorrect statement, they might be inclined to wonder what other 'facts' have been distorted, covered up, or exagerated... Not that I am suggesting for a moment that you or the Company have done anything of the kind - but it is the direction that suspicious minds might be inclined to follow.

Do you know why Aluminium is included as a constituent in your product?

Best regards,

Keith.



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that is why gardenmaker if you read our website youll see alot of references to what you have just spoke about,but with zerochlor being the professional company it is ,we already knew about your comments,but thanks for pointing them out to the forum!



Cheers.



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so you will be advising people to use sodium bisulphate then or you have another miracle agent??



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yes we would advise sodium bisulphate to make the water softer or to bring down the PH level of the water.and another product we will use is regenerator which is a oxodizer and it gives the water a beautiful sparkel!



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thanks i will be seeing you soon



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Aluminium is part of the content of the product and its use is as a floculent . so with my product you have no need to use a separate floculent which is Aluminium based,my product already has this content.



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what has the total alkilinity level of the water with zerochlor?



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Hi Zerochlor we will be coming to trnc in may 2009. we have a 10m x 5m pool and are interested in your product. can you give us contact details?

regards ray.



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hey Zeroo....if i hadnt of looked at the date you become a member of the forum id of thought you was joking with me or taking the urine!



ok,well if i understand ur message correctly



total alkilinity level between 80 120 best 100 for any product.

i hope this answers your question.



Cheers



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you can contact me from my email address here in my profile zerochlor@yahoo.co.uk



or u can contact us through the website and come to the shop.



http://www.zerochloreuropean.com



Cheers



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Thanks for your prompt response.



if my swimming pool water total alkilinity level high or to low wat l need to make right level ?



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its like a surgery!!! ok Zeroo.im sure if u was to read my website you would see the answer to your good question..



Well i get a sneaky feeling im being tested here.so i will try and answer your question and hope you find it to be correct.



if alkilinty is to high sodium bisulphate if is to low sodıum bıcarbonate.



Cheers



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zerochlor,

You've passed!

Seriously, you've done your best to answer all the points raised, (without any signs of irritation - bonus point there!) and the downloadable documents on the website give a wealth of information.

Thank you,

Keith.



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Cheers keith....i really wasnt aware i was being tested. :(



But i suppose with this forum and the amount of people on it theres a wealth of experience out there to put any 1 to the test in all subjects!



Cheers.



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Hi Zerochlor,

Tried to find your shop but could not what is the name of it and where exactly is it located.



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Thanks for the information Zerochlor. Will call in to your shop in a week or so.



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Hi Tatty.. the shop is located almost directly across the road from bow thai restaurant in catalkoy...or as your comming along the catalkoy main road towards MALPAS turning.we are on the right hand side just before the right turning to malpas..were not open at the moment. the shop is signwritten but no products there just yet.im told by shipping agents that they have almost docked at mersin..so maybe a few more days to famagusta.



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Why the people are scare of the chlorine? Chlorine is the best chemicals in the world for the swimming pools IE algiced,etc. IF SOMEONE LOOK AFTER YOUR POOL PROPERLY and PROFESSIONAL. Think about it?



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health

Chlorine link to asthma surge

by BEEZY MARSH, Daily Mail

Warning: chlorine could

seriously damage a child

sufferer's lungs

Chemicals used in public swimming pools could be damaging children's lungs, scientists have warned.

They could also be contributing to the unprecedented rise in childhood asthma, cases of which have

doubled in 20 years.

The damage - similar to that suffered by regular smokers - is caused by harmful fumes released by

chlorine, which is used to disinfect water and pool areas. Youngsters, whose lungs are still developing,

seem most affected.

Dirty and crowded pools carry the biggest risks because chlorine reacts with sweat and urine to give off a

toxic gas called trichloramine, which damages tissue deep in the lungs.

Even sitting beside the pool could be dangerous, doctors say. Up to 1.4 million children in Britain suffer

from asthma.

The alarming findings, published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, may increase

pressure



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In my youth (so long ago) I used to swim regularly on a Saturday morning at the local public swimming baths - not the normal type as this was made of sandstone and only catered for those who wanted to swim distances and train for swimming events. However, on one morning the chlorine gas that was used to keep the water sterile and clean escaped from the system and flooded across the pool surface and surrounds. We swimmers could not see it but the residual effects of chlorine possioning will be with me for life and I now find it impossible to swim in chlorinated water. I have had cause to research the effects of chlorinated water on swimmers and observers due to this accident and would never use chlorine in a swimming pool again.

Don't ask for reasons just google it and find out for yourself - it may change your mind forever!



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Hi Baris.. i suppose its all down to choice at the end of the day...but id be interested to know your views of the advantages of chlorine use over non chlorine product please?



Cheers



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cheers Zeroo.. ive also just been reading that article you posted on the internet. and also wado your right,if people just google the harmful affects of chlorine to humans in google i think they might be very surprised. some countries are already considering banning the use of chlorine in swimming pools.



Cheers



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Hi zerochlor,



Please check your e-mail, I am waiting for a reply.



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TRNCVaughan



Hi vaughan.



You have a reply.sorry about the delay.



Cheers.



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Nothing in my inbox. Try vaughan@sunnycyprus.net



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have a look in ur spam box..also just resent to you



Cheers



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theres a problem with your email address



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Hi David,



Now both rcvd and replied to.



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Hi all I just wanted to say that we have had Zerochlor on trial for three weeks and so far very impressed. We were given 2 sample (2 x 1 litre) bottles of Zerochlor to try first of all on a skimmer pool (approx 60,000 litres) where there had been an electrical fault for a couple of weeks. After brushing the water went slightly green, we poured the Zerochlor (one and a half bottles) directly into the filter. Went upstairs and could see the pool jets were turning the water blue. At first we thought it was because the chemical itself was blue and was dyeing the water but by the time we cleared away the gear the whole pool had lost its green tinge and had gone a litttle cloudy, a whitish colour - presumably floculant.

Don`t know what it is going to be like long term, but after three weeks the pool is totally clear. So far we are very happy with it and would recommend you try one bottle at around 20 and see how you go. It may give the chlorine sellers some competition we think



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Hi Zanky.i dont recall giving you 2 bottles of zerochlor.unless your marks mother? then yes i give 2 bottles to mark!



if your marks mother,glad you liked the product and are happy with the results and i hope youll keep useing our product,once the ship arrives



Cheers



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Hi yes its mark mum!! so far we plan to carry on using it - regards to you



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Thanks Zanky.we shall be happy to have your custom.



Cheers



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Dear zeroclor,

wat is the benefit zerochlor ?



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the benifit of my product is.







non toxic product.



could you now please tell me the benifit of useing chlorine please,or may it be that you supply chlorine in large amounts to the island and love to poision the swimming pools of this island and the land when all pools are backwashed!



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Do not forget my bottle as promised Saturday.



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wow.super foto of you my friend.was that your 60th birthday party with the kissogram girl! wow.like a mini younger jeanie.



i never forget,& i wasnt phisted this time,your bottle is here.



Sounds like they are having a excercise this morning near you,bring back memories does it,i bet you got all fidgety when you heard the planes and the expolosions didnt you!



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Dear zeroclor,

thank you verry much for your realy,





we know wat is the cholorine and l am not chlorine supply if you prodacts better than chlorine wat is the benefit ?

Bayraktar



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bayraktar,

I am nothing to do with zerochlor - I will most likely purchase their product in the future when my PoolSan product runs out!



If zerochlor is the same/or very similar to PoolSan then the benefits for me - as a person who only maintains their own pool because I am retired and enjoy it - are:



1. If I make a mistake with my product I will not hurt anyone because of over use of a chemical! If I was to over dose with chlorine it could prove very harmful to users of the pool.



2. My product is simple and safe to use and has no adverse effect on animals. If you have a chlorine based swimming pool and your dog/cat drinks from that water they can easily develop a crystal based uniary infection that actually strips the flesh from inside the animal - this happend to my dog and is very common in all cats here (this information was provided by a vet and is not just hearsay).



More to follow....



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bayraktar,

More....



3. My product keeps my pool clear and crystal and has reduced the need to clean/hoover so often, also the amount of times I have to backwash has been reduced.



4. I can either save my backwash water into a garden tank or use it direct onto the plants without causing them any harm. Chlorine killed off a lot of my plants before I changed over.



5. My pool water is softer and has not had any effect on eyes, skin, hair or swimming costumes. Chlorine has eaten my swimming trunks often!!



There are probably more benifits of a technical nature but I have not got that sort of information. I am happy with my product and would never go back to chlorine!!!



I have used the words "my product" to mean PoolSan/zerochlor just to keep it simple. Hope this helps you out.



Mick



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Well Bayraktar

i think some 1 else has answerd your question. but if waddo has not now given you enough information on the advantages of zerochlor,if it is the same kind of product as poolsan,which it is very much the same but in my view maybe better,some may say WELL I WOULD SAY THAT WOULDNT I! wel yes i would if i had used both and i have tested both. so Bayraktar

if you still need me to answer your question,please let me know?

cheers



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Dear Mick,



Thank you very much for you proper answer , l use chlorine since 10 years after you message l thing l will try zerochlor.



Bayraktar



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Bayraktar ,welcome aboard.im sure you will enjoy the product,and once you have used it youll never go back to chlorine,im sure of that.



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Zerochlor.



A number of postings have asked for the price of a 1 LTR bottle of your product or how much to treat a 10x5 pool.



As yet, you have not posted a price. You do say it is a lot cheaper than Poolsan



Please can you give an approx price please?



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Hi aripointer. Right at this moment in time i cannot give you a precise cost of a 1ltr container of Zerochlor as im still not fully aware of the total custom duties that will be added to the final costs,but what i can assure you of is this,it will be around the same sort of price to use as chlorine is and im hoping the cost will be to the end user very favorable indeed and hopefully take you all away from chlorine once you realise the benifits of my product above chlorine,im sorry i cannot be more precise and give a actual cost right at this moment,i hope you understand,as with this being north cyprus anything could happen with the duties payable.



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P.S. yes it will be a hell of alot cheaper than poolsan.and im sure once the final price is released im very sure youll be very pleased indeed.



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zerochlor, any nearer to having your product ready for sale. I would like to call into your shop when you are up and running for a chat.



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Hi Zerochlor.



I emailed you yesterday & have not yet received a reply?



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Hi scruff



i presume your jenny neil?



ive answerd your email. sorry for the day delay.



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Hi Geoff.



ive spoke to my shipping agent today.they say i should take delivery of my container next week.fingers crossed,seems they wont send a empty ship or a container ship from mersin half full.so it seems i have to wait until they fill it with containers.



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once the shop is open,there will be a live messenger contact in yahoo messenger it will be online every day for any 1 who wish to ask any questions regarding Zerochlor or has any pool issues.



you can add zerochlor to your yahoo messenger if you use yahoo and we shall add you to our contacts.



Cheers



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answers please.

Are you Christopher or Fehmi? You are either one of them, or work with them.

No point in denying it. Facts dont lie.



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im david. you have my number.call me 05338305302 .take this away from the thread.call my number



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merhaba can yavuz ben fehmi galiba bir problemin var benimle varsa lutfen beni bu numaradan ara 05338446529



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sorry. i do not understand turkish.maybe in 1 years time.now i only speak the lanuage of the world.!! so sorry.



such is life!



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aracagim Fehmi bey, aracagim.......bu problemi bir an once halledelim.



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what a coincidence that Fehmi suddenly opened a cyorus44 account when i mentioned his name!



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Is this thread about the benefits of zerochlor or is starting to turn into another slanging match?

Please keep the thread on topic.

Any personal attacks/postings outside of the initial thread title will be deleted.

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Well i can finally tell you that Zerochlor is now in the shop



What a pleasant and easy time with customs agents,and not so many surprises!



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thats a good news david. we have tested the sample and its perfect.



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Thanks murat....im glad ESENTEPEPOOLS will be useing our product.thanks for the good words.



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look forward to a sample !! chlorine make my hair frizzy !!



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snakes. nice 1. all free samples have finished,plenty for sale though!



wow, listen to the rain in catalkoy right now!



cheers



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ok zero ! will buy some and wait for the growth !! see ya !



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snakes. i know zerochlor is a amazing product, but i think it would be a mirical if it started to grow!



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not talkin bout head !!!!!



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Hi Guys,

What price is your regen please?



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hi snakes



you have lost me mate.what growth? explain please?



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HI mick



regen is going to be around 4 per kilo



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Hello

zanky



if you happen to read this thread could you please ask mark to give me a call,ive misplaced his number and just to let him know the shop is now open and were here each day from around 9am to 5pm saturday 1pm



Cheers



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Hi zerochlor,

do you have pH- and regenerator if you have how much is it



regards



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its now been more than 7 weeks & the pool is still clear as a bell.

checked the copper & oxygen levels last week.

copper was around 0.4mg/l

oxygen was 0.

put 1 kilo of regen in to bring up the O2 & thats it, apart from hoovering & brushing of course





All good so far!



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Hi Zanky.



Thanks for the feedback. your copper levels should be between 0.4 to 0.8 but the best level is 0.7.



i think you need to add around 200ml of zerochlor to bring up your copper level.



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Hello zerooo



yes we have got ph - and also regen. ph- cost is 25 per 25kg bag



regen is 4 per kg and comes in 25kg sacks



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Hi again zerochlor,

Could you confirm approximately how much of your product & regen (and the cost) it would take to: -

a) treat my pool initially

b) maintain the correct levels of copper and regen

The pool is 12 x 5 meters, average depth 1.5 meters, with a 6 ton balance tank - so, as the balance tank is never full to the top, about 94/95 tonnes of water on average.

I lose 2 to 2.5 tonnes of water a week due to splashout and evaporation in hot weather, nothing in the colder weather - not sure how this affects things...

The pool has only fairly light useage.

Would an initial dose of 2 Litres zerochlor and 2Kg of regen be about right?

- and then about 1 litre zerochlor, 1kg regen per month while the pool is in use, less in winter?

I realise that you cannot give an absolutely accurate estimate, but a general guide to quantities and costs would be much appreciated.

I know that I need to keep the PH within the range 7.0 to 7.4 using 'ph-' as is the case with most pool treatments.



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Hi keithcaley



lets say PH and TA is correct.



i would advise 1 litre and then check the copper level, if you have a copper level of around 0.7, then your doing fine .

costs. 1x 1 ltr of zerochlor 22. 1x 25kg bag of regen 4 per kilo =100. depending on how sparkley you want your water and as you say your pool isnt being used so much i would think 1 bag of regen should last you around 5 months, but again i can not give you a accurate amount as i do not know what the future weather conditions are going to be or how dusty your pool will become and how much sun tan lotion will end up in ur pool ect ect.

and yes i think you could confindently say 1 ltr of zerochlor per month should surfice,but again copper levels should be checked.

you could be around the same costs of chlorine per month or maybe 10% higher over the year,or you could come in less than chlorine. but another factor to consider is health versus chlorine!!

Hope this helps,call in the shop anytime.



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new stock of Regen / oxodizer



Now 80 per 25kg

















........................................



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hi again zero i should of picked up some regen from you when i got the tickets off you,good night with amy winehouse will the shop be open saturday to pick up some oxadiser.



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Yes was open until 1pm.



If you come and im not there,my number is on the door,il be very local to the shop,a few mins away.



Please dont use the number on the sign above the shop window,its being changed and no longer in use.

Plenty of oxodizer in stock.



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Has this product gone through any EU or other international tests certifying it as safe. I have looked at it and there is very little on the label. Is it sold internationally if not why only in the TRNC. I have seen it in use and it seems brilliant but am a little sceptical. Sorry don't mean to be negative but am concerned about using something that does not appear to be in world wide use, perhaps it is the same as something, if it is it would make me more comfortable.



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islandgirl



It will get EU certifacation when i can afford to take it into europe,it was tested and passed by the ministrey of health in the country of production.Also extensive tests over 2 years.

Also if you look on the website you will also see a letter from the ministery of health here in TRNC.



Islandgirl you say quote: I have seen it in use and it seems brilliant but am a little sceptical, sceptical about what?

The reason it isnt in worldwide use yet is because its my brand,my product,i am looking for a investor or marketing specalist or both to help me take it to the world.



Just one more word,ive spoke to trading standards in the UK and for me to take it to the UK market i need to have the use of a public or council run pool for 1 week for them to do there tests,that is what i was told by trading standards to enable me to export into the UK.Also possibly a SGS report to hand.

I hope this clears up your scepticism.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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Well put it this way when I was young many years ago chlorine was the way to go and as far as I am aware for most municipal pools in UK it still is. You seem to be supporting a comparatively new product. Bearing in mind the scares on chlorine are relatively recent can you really be surprised my my scepticism.



So your product is approved by the ministry of health where it is manufactured, may I ask where that is please? As for approval here sorry but it does not give me a lot of hope, especially when they cant spell Northern correctly.

Perhaps if this is your product you could enlighten us to your scientific background.



Please not I am not being awkward and we have been pleased with what we have seen but am just a bit concerned with what appears to be a new product with very little in the way of track record.



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islandgirl. message 112

To own a product like zerochlor or any other product you do not need a scientific background,evoloution,chlorine is dated,as times moves on new and better products enter the market place.

i feel your being pedantic.

There are many new products in the market place every day of the week,its called new business .



you say :

bit concerned with what appears to be a new product with very little in the way of track record.



No new product has a track record does it ?

im a little confused by your posting.

If i was a little paranoid id think this posting was being done for a company that used to be on the island which isnt here no more and of a similar product but 3 time more expensive !!



Yes of course i can tell you where i have my product made and also where it has been sold for the last 3 years but under a diffrent name,and the last 2 years under the zerochlor name.

Call in the shop any time your passing and i shall give you all the details .



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islandgirl message 112



you say you was young many many many years ago ,and chlorine was the way to go .maybe it was many many many years ago the way to go!

please read both links that im posting.it will open your eyes. take note of the second link regarding a new survey on chlorine, and also copper and silver based pool sanitiser which zerochlor is .



http://www.purifiedwaterfilter.com/the%20truth%20about%20chlorine



http://tinyurl.com/yd2jsjp



as i said,.i do not need a scientific background to see common sence,the scientists are all out there and and doing there work to educate us all on the dangers of chlorine, some countries are already working towards banning the use of chlorine in public swimming pools.THE SOONER THE BETTER.



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Chlorine; another poison in our water.

Chlorine + Bacteria = Trihalomethanes = 2 Poison's



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last year i went over to zerochlor because i suffer from sore eyes and ear infections caused by chlorine, since using zero, ive had no probs at all,at the moment having work done to the pool as soon as its finished, i will be refilling and using zero again i dont need a scientist to tell me, to my doctor told me to stop using chlorine nasty stuff like swimming in bleach, keep up the good work dave, island girl is maybe a chlorine seller lol



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message 112 islandgirl



some more scientific research for you to educate yourself on chlorine V non chlorine sanitisers.



http://www.nhs.uk/news/2009/09September/Pages/SwimmingAsthmaRisk.aspx



http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/82273.php



http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2009/09/14/asthma-chlorine-pools.html



With many Countries now planning to ban chlorine maybe its time to change



one last word from me islandgirl,this is a product i believe in very much and you or anyone else will not try or succeed to rubbish it.

But i listen to all opinions!!



Happy reading islandgirl.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks.



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Island Girl - Zero Chlor gets a "Neg Nick" 10 / 10 not only for the actual product but also for the profesionalism of the company and their atitude towards their customers.....



On thing i recall when i first went to them, was their comment "give us a try - if you're not happy, move back to your original chlorine" - needless to say, we went with Zero Chlor and were 100% happy....



All i can say is "give them a try".....



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I have absolutely no connection to any chlorine sellers and as I have stated I have been pleased with the results seen. There have been many links here to how bad chlorine is but nothing regarding the long term effects of this produce or whatever is in it. Zerochlor, I am sorry you feel I am trying to rubbish your product but I was actually only trying to get some facts behind it before switching. At the end of the day it kills algae and bacteria that does not mean it does not have any long term side effects, it has at the end of the day taken a long time for chlorine to start to give up some of its suggested problems and anything that is poisonous to bacteria and algae could also be poisonous to humans. Till this becomes recognised on a more international level, I think I will continue to give it a miss thanks and before I get any more allegations as to my intents I will not post further on this thread.



Thanks for your help



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Zerochlor



I am really interested in your product but could you answer the question below please.



Since the torrential rain and the subsequent flooding of my Pool room I didn't have a Pool pump for over 2 weeks. I was advised to over Chlorinate my pool to stop it getting Algi which I did. I live near the new bypass and during the 2 weeks my pool got really dirty from the dust, but on getting my Pump back I hoovered to waste and the pool is still chrystal clear.



Would Zerochlor do the same job?



Bob



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Hi Roxybob.



If your pool was green then yes i would of advised a vac/clean to waste,and then checks of the PH level as usually with so much rain the PH goes through the roof,if PH was ok or if not,then bring PH down to around 7.2 to 7.6 , a good back wash the add the zerochlor through your pump basket.



Following the instructions zerochlor would do the same job.



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message 119 islandgirl



one of the contents in zerochlor is silver. did you know silver has been used as a steraliser in hospitals for many years.

zerochlor is made up of silver,gold,copper,aluminium.



All natural products.



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sally anne you seem to be asking alot of questions what is it you do here in northcyprus for a living reading your profile does not give much information does it?hope you dont mind me asking you?what is your background?

zero never mind , let her pass on your product and let her keep swimming in her bleached pool,it might do her some good.already after useing your product i see and feel a diffrence with the water even though i havent swam in it yet a little to cold still,but i think there is a major diffrence in the feel of the water or is it my imagination?after researching the side affects of chlroine after reading your negative comments about chlorine i realised all what you was saying was truthful and good advise and not just a way to promote your product,would you drink a cup of water with bleach in it? then why swim in a pool full of it ?



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birdieblaster re:112



I appreciate your comments about zerochlor,but i suppose if we all thought the same the world would be a funny place.

No it is not your imagination,your pool water will feel different with zerochlor in it and not chlorine,it will feel softer and silky if that is the right word.

Anyway BB ,thanks for the comments and each to there own i say,some day in the very near future every 1 will be useing non chlorine products in there pools, and you can take that to the bank!!



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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ah. cheers keith for digging this up for me .



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One year down the line, 4 friends converted to Zerochlor and we're still more than happy with the results! Anyone who uses the pool comments on how different it feels to chlorinated pools.



BTW Dave, did you know that the "in thing" in wound healing is dressing containing................... silver! Stops growth of bacteria and speeds up healing time



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booitsme.



I knew silver is good bacteria steralising property.And of course you know what 1 of the main ingreidients of zerochlor is dont you?



i did know it was used in hospitals.



but ive never heard of this how you describe it, maybe you can tell me it another way,im not all with it this morning!!



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opps. oh and thanks for the kind words and glad your still happy with the product.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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so what are the other ingredients ?? I have googled Zerochlor and nothing comes up apart from links back to here or yourself, where else is it sold again it seems it is suplied from Spain and sold in SOuth Africa it is as good as you say why has it not been adpoted. Is it because there are 'other things' in the chemical makeup



thanks for your help !



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sienna



look at my website



http://www.zerochlor.co.uk



i own the brand and product.



At present i cannot afford to take it to the world or market it to the world.



maybe once i arrive in turkey i will start to go to some trade exhibitions and shows.



Where does your sweeping generlisation come from regarding it being adopted or because of other chemical make up or it cant be adopted?

if you are so highly interested buy a bottle and go and have a lab report done on it,then you can have you own piece of mind that it is safe to use and not have to only take my word.



Thanks for your concern!



And happy chlorine free swimming folks



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Good post Zero



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The evasion of the answer worries me, because you insist on slating chlorine pools and link to the dangers of chlorine at very turn, so I would have thought it was an easy question for you to answer



Why should I or would I need to get my own chemical analysis when this should be given by the supplier (well normally in Europe that is ) an MSDS and/or details of the chemicals within in the product should be supplied, I thought I was asking a relatively simple question, which is normal if you are responsible for others health in a very large communal pool and thinking of changing and therefore potentially a large user/customer



I suppose we are not in Europe though you will say, which I presume is why you cannot sell it elsewhere without this information



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message 132.

sorry sienna.ive heard all this hogg wash before, do you have a MSDS for the chlorine that is being used,i give a MSDS to the shippers of my product to add to his ships manifesto.



secondly i do not look after communal pools or commercial pools. to much problems.



why,cos to many children use them and urinate in them and to many people to lazy to use a shower before they use the pool,to much sun tan cream to much sun oil.



Sienna,thanks,,but no thanks..i do not need you however big your pool is.



why should it worry you if i slate chlorine pools??????i sell a non chlorine product.



and why should you wish to move to zerochlor ,as your happy with your chlorine pool,but not happy with me slateing chlorine pools???



ive evaded non of your impertinant questions. as i told your other oppo in another thread,call in my office and ill give you all you need ! as you and him are a double act.



come to the office. you can have your MSDS with pleasure.



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hey ho whatever



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well 4 more unhappy chlorine customers move to zerochlor.



recomended by the people who lived next door to them.



That is the best business,recomendations.



im on a high,ive only ever had 3 new customers in 1 day before.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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Z

You will never satisfy everbody on the Forum you shoulds know that

Well Im happy with the prodiuct, had kids in the pool no problem, yes do a testy as yoy ssay the little blighter piddle but thats kisd aint it. bought a years supply in april will buy another next april

Thanks



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Blimey Smity ive heard of water births but !!!!!!!!!!!!!! well done !!!



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Cheers for the confidence in zerochlor smity,if you wish a copy of my MSDS i can drop you 1 off or send it to you by TRNC mail



Also ive just been to buy some milk from the supermarket,it was a diffrent brand to the last milk i bought last time,so i asked them for there MSDS for that new milk,they looked at me as though id gone barking mad !



Glad you and your family are more than happy with zerochlor smity.



i realise you cannot make every 1 happy,by this time next year i hope to have reached my goal in the amount of customers i have,and the way zerochlor is going i feel i will have reached that target.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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Hi Zerochlor



I tried your product last year for a short time (2 months) and although I was over the moon with the feel and clarity of the water I had (and still do have) a High PH problem. The whole process became expensive as I had to use huge amounts of PH down and just as I was getting the problem under control i needed a water delivery and bang up went the PH again. So I am currently back with chlorine and suffering from red eyes the whole time (before anyone jumps on me the chlorine level in the pool is good but I have very sensitive eyes). Now that you are more established do you have any other customers with similar problems and therefore a new answer. I would love to go back to zerochlor as it does not hurt my eyes. I am happy for you to respond on here or email me direct.



Thanks

Simhar



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Simhar ! what testing kit do you use ? the tabs are best for PH levels the strips are an art in themselves and very misleading ! once I had reverted to tabs my PH was fine and the Zerochlor worked great ! you must also use a small amount of Oxogeniser ! Dave advised Potasium monosulphate which in conjunction with everything else made our pool great !no red eyes green hair or !!!!! cheers barry



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Thanks Barry

I used the tabs and they always went off the scale! perhaps it is time to try again!



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I had probs at first and have a 10x 5 pool ! the PH level was 8 and put in 4 kilo of PH minus and left pump on for 8 hours and level dropped to 7.4 which i understand is correct for extreme temps as now ! I am also experiencing water loss (through evaporation) of approx 3 to 4 tons per week and replacing it with well water raises the PH level ! its an ongoing problem but once in control is well worth it ! certainly beats the "bucket of shock chlorine" syndrome which any idiot can do !!! not forgetting the added benefit of less effects on asthma etc which Mrs suffers from big time ! cheers barry



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Hi Simhar.



First of all,zerochlor does not change the ph of your water,some people who tend to have water deliverd and not useing beladier water always tend to have problems with high ph.

I do advise my customers,as i have found out,that my test strips ph is not 100% accurate,copper test is very good and TA is good,i try to advise my customers to use the normal ph plastic tests with drops or tablet for a more accurate reading of the ph.



so your back with chlorine and ph is still sky high so youll also be useing more chlorine than need be i think,not a good combination i feel,by all means call in my shop in catalkoy if you have time and we can try and solve your ph problem a easy way and a way that should not cost you alot of money,as ph- is not a fortune anyway.

but useing ph- weekly in a smaller amount may help and a 25kg bag could last you 1 year,i did say COULD!



if you decide to want to use zerochlor il help you in any way i can to get your pool perfect or as damm near.



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Simhar ! Dave got me through it ! He is the "agony aunt" of pool probs ! what an idea for a song ha ha



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Thanks Barry



Cheers Zerochlor, Sorry if my wording was off I know that Zerochlor does not effect the PH but I understood that a high PH (as well as being undesirable) effects the efficiency of Zerochlor so I was using more then I should have. I know very little about pool maintenance, had a guy doing it ever since we moved here so I might have to get you to "train" him the zerochlor way! I will pop in to your shop and let's see what we can do. I have been looking at the Floatron but would rather use zerochlor if I can. Last time I tried I ued a 25Kg bag of PH down in 6 weeks!!! maybe this was one of my problems!



See you soon

Simhar



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No problem simhar.



Call in the shop when your ready,im sure we can get you on the right path,to be honest once you have all correct with your readings,zerochlor is as simple to use as chlorine,but with out the bad gases or very fine dust that you some times get a nose or mouth full of when scooping it out of throwing it in your pool.



That does seem a hell of alot of ph- to use,im sure that would of took your ph to well below the recomended level,some people are very lucky with there pools,there ph never seems to move to much,yet others like yourself its up and down like a yoyo.



Look forward to meeting you in the future.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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Hey Zerochlor, I run a a pool cleaning company and am interested in looking for an alternative to chlorine, at first I was little skeptical of your product but after seeing all these reviews I am interested in trying it out, I have a few questions you could answer if you don't mind.



1. What is the estimate price of zerochlor



2. How much would I be using roughly.



3. Does it do all the functions that chlorine does?



Thankyou in advance hope t hear back as I am ver interested in trying this product out.



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Zerochlor



sent you an e mail a couple of days ago for a pool cleaning contract. I have had no response yet. Did you see my e mail.



Ray



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Hi Quarmby.



sorry i have not seen your email.could you please tell me which email address you used,of if you used the email from my profile here in cyp44?



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message 147



degar. please call into my shop in catalkoy or maybe give me a call,05338305302



zerochlor does everything chlorine does apart from oxodise the water and also rot your clothes and burn your eyes and make your skin itch and dry .ect ect

it has many advantages over chlorine.



i look forward to discussing your needs .



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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quarmby.



jim



please check your email.you have a reply



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http://www.poolsanuk.com/shop.php?shopcatid=1&country=uk&home=yes





Dave check out the prices, you are selling to cheap lol look at there on-line prices



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www.poolsanuk.com sorry wrong link



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i think you mean this website?





http://www.poolsanuk.com



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http://www.poolsanuk.com sorry wrong link lol



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yes ive seen the buy online prices of poolsan ,but they are the world prices for poolsan products, customers ask me regular if we are the same product!Of course we are not the same product,poolsan is green,zerochlor is blue!



i can only answer and tell the new customers what some of my customers tell me who have used poolsan tell me after useing both products.



my customers who used to use poolsan say zerochlor is a better product and does work better,ive never used poolsan so i cannot comment which is better!



is 3 times more expensive better,i do not know?



Happy chlorine free swimming folks.



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