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zerochlor


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29/09/2009 15:48

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it the video doesnt play,refresh your page



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mCrp9GeONA



but the pool is blue today



Happy chlorine free swimming folks!



Brinsley


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29/09/2009 15:56

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The 'blue rinse brigade' has now got a completely different meaning!



Richard



zerochlor


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Richard



good 1



i dont have that problem



look at ma heed!



thats what many years of swimming in chlorine pools did to me



happy chlorine free swimming folks



QweQwew


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29/09/2009 19:04

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vary nice products



why is let the pool come so durty



lazy pol cleanars



zerochlor


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30/09/2009 16:39

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you must watch this video



amazing



im not sure what she is telling in her pictures



maybe some 1 out there can explain?



http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x9sgof_kseniya-simonova-ona-ma-talent_creation



islandgirl


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30/09/2009 18:04

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We have been watching our friends pool to see how they are getting on since using Zerochlor it seems to be pretty amazing but what worries me is there dog stopped swimming in it almost straight away and previously she had been in and out everytime she was hot? Does anyone know what the active ingredients are?



booitsme


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01/10/2009 11:08

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Islandgirl - I don't know what the ingredients are but our dogs drink the pool water and our little 12 week old pup LOVES swimming in our zerochlor pool! He's a real water baby and even the sparrows seem to prefer to drink from our pool even though e have 3 chlorine pools we can see from our place. That's maybe not such a good thing but at least most times they clear off without leaving a deposit Maybe it's just that it's strange to her if she was used to the smell of chlorine?



pinkchilli


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01/10/2009 11:36

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Zerochlor.



Much better than watching the "pool" video.



However, I cried during the pool one!!!



zerochlor


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01/10/2009 14:33

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ohh pinkchilli



didnt you like the music in the pool video



i hope you wont hold me responcible for the extra tissue use in your house hold!



zerochlor


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01/10/2009 14:41

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message 6



island girl.



copper



silver



aluminium



gold. just a few of the natural ingredients.



all very natural products



possibly the dog maybe thinks something diffrent is there now after many years or months or swimming and drinking poison,,oppss.sorry, i mean chlorine. im sure after a few weeks he will get used to drinking and swimming in what is almost a natural water pool.

take a bowl of water from the pool and put it next to his food,see if he drinks it!



i can promise you your dog will come to no harm useing zerochlor rather than chlorine in your pool.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



newscoop


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01/10/2009 15:58

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So first question;



How cost effective is zeroclore against traditional methods over a calendar year?



What is the weekly regimen with zeroclore?



How does a zeroclore maintained pool react when garden debris (leaves etc) inundates it?



Rottolover



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01/10/2009 16:36

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Hi Mr Zerochlor,



My question is: Can you give a categoric guarantee that zerochlor will have no long term ill effects on people with sensitive skin?



zerochlor


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newscoop

you ask how cost effective zerochlor is over traditional methods,good question as were all have to tighten our purse strings!

Well that would depend on the size of your pool

let me tell you a estimated cost of a 8x4, 6 or possibly 7 x 1 litre bottles per year at 22 per bottle, you can do the maths, depending on how well you think you can look after your pool would also determaine the amount of regenerator or oxodizer you would use,1 x 25kg regen =80

you ask me the weekly work with zerochlor.

with zerochlor im told by my customers that they tend to not have to clean the pool as much as they did when useing chlorine,also my customers tell me there pools look alot cleaner longer.

your 3rd question

a zerochlor pool full of leaves and debris at you put it acts like any other pool,but does not tend to go green, Zerochlor is not just a magic fix for swimming pools, it is a super product,but there is still a little work to be done when useing zerochlor.



zerochlor


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continued



please look at some of the comments



http://www.cyprus44.com/forums/17530.asp



zerochlor


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01/10/2009 22:42

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rottolover

you ask me

My question is: Can you give a categoric guarantee that zerochlor will have no long term ill effects on people with sensitive skin?

again good question

zerochlor was developed with people in mind with sensative skin as is any non chlorine based product,as we know chlorine is a irritant,

the ingredients in my product have been being used in hospitals around the world for many years for steralising.

what i can guarantee you is that my product would not harm you long term or daily as chlorine does and the envoiroment,and if you search zerochlor here in the forum,youll see posts from people who are now useing zerochlor who have sensative skin and other skin conditions and who praise zerochlor as now they are able to swim comfortable in there beautiful non chlorine pools, thanks to zerochlor product.

i hope i have answerd your question to the best of my ability without avoiding your categoric question?



happy chlorine free swimming folks



QweQwew


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Message Posted:
02/10/2009 00:41

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good buy zeroclor



its been a plasure svimming in a no clorine pol for the last 4 munths







i wil be lookin g at the forum from russia from tomorrow nite



gud buy and gud luck



QQ



Smity



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Message Posted:
03/10/2009 00:15

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Deffo gonna try it now mighty impressivem my pool is'nt that green jus a little at the edges where the sun gets through the pool cove. See you atthe end of the month for some of your 'Magic potion'



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