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booitsme


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28/11/2009 16:58

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Can someone give us some advice please? We have an 8m x 4m pool and we use Zerochlor, does anyone know what the recommended running time for the pool pump is? We currently have it running 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours in the evening. Thanks in advance for any advice



TRNCVaughan


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28/11/2009 18:09

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3 hours now dropping back to 2 in mid-winter should do you fine.



zerochlor


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28/11/2009 20:10

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hello booitsme



i have had a 10x5 pool on 1 hour in the morning 8 while 9 and 1 hour in the evening 5 while 6.the pool is crystal clear still and looks inviting!

2 or 3 hours up till around march or april i think is ok



booitsme


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29/11/2009 10:57

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Thank you to both of you. We thought may be 2 hours a day, split, would be enough as the pool has stayed so stable over the whole of the summer. We're still amazed at what a great product Zerochlor is, especially when we see how many times our neighbours pools have to have stuff added to them by the pool cleaning company they use Roll on next spring when I can get back to my swimming!



zerochlor


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29/11/2009 14:54

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Glad your still happy booitsme. maybe next year more people will know the wonders of a zerochlor pool.it really isnt just hype.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



chuckyduffer1



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30/11/2009 02:28

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Hi, can you give me some information on zerochlor please?



zerochlor


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30/11/2009 04:05

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Hello Chuckyduffer1.

theres so much info to give really CD1. please take a look at



http://www.zerochloreuropean.com



if my website is not helpful please feel free to contact me on the number in my profile and im sure all ur questions will be satisfied.



Happy chlorine free swimming folks.



booitsme


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30/11/2009 16:52

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chuckyduffer1 - we had only heard about Zerochlor but decided to give it a bash as we had a new pool being built, no way would we now change to using chlorine. Both myself and my husband are asthmatics and I am a walking allergy woman and we both have absolutely no problems with this product. I can't believe how wasy it was to set up and keep the pool "dosed". I was hoping that the pool maintenance would keep my hubby out of mischief for hours but with this stuff there's hardly anything to it. When I first read all the paperwork I thought it sounded complicated but really it couldn't be easier and of course Mr Zerochlor is very helpful if we have had a complete duffer moment!!!! Even the dogs treat the pool as a giant water bowl without coming to any harm Go on try it, you'll like it



birdyblaster


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30/11/2009 17:25

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nice name chukkyduffer1.we have used zeroclor now for 6 months,i ask myself now how have we ever done with out this product,having also used chlorine for many years.we also wont go back to chlorine,although we do use zerochlor with a small and i mean a very small amount of chlorine to oxadise the water or to give the water that little bit more shine sometimes.

mr zeroclor was very helpful indeed in showing us how to look after our own pool and saving us 100s of pounds per annum in doing our own cleaning.would we recomend this product,1000% we would and do recomend it to all when ever the subject of pools comes up in conversation.Also we have noticed a diffrence in certain parts of our garden where we let the backwash water flow, now it has grown a hell of a lot more than it had ever done before.in total in another 6 months time it will be 1 year we have used this product and it will have cost us 7bottles of zeroclor@22 plus maybe 2kg of chlorine,now thats a big saving in my wallet.



birdyblaster


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30/11/2009 17:28

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continued

and now since the end of september i have not done anything to my pool,not even cleaned it .i see no point in making work for myself when there is no need.



zerochlor


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01/12/2009 12:14

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its nice to know and hear the people who are useing zerochlor are very happy.



Thanks for your support and business



Happy chlorine free swimming folks.



And a merry christmas

And a happy 2010



simbas



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01/12/2009 12:23

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Hi Zerochlor , we are in the Bogaz , do you deliver there or do you have an agent we can use ?

Many thanks , Simbas



zerochlor


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01/12/2009 15:24

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Hi simbas.

Im sorry as of yet i have no agent from that area and to deliver 1 bottle would really not be really practical for me.

If on the other hand you wanted 1 years supply,then i would deliver and show you how to use the product on your own,thats if you are looking after your own pool.

But i think if you ever come into Girne any time its quite possible you will pass my shop on your way.



simbas



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01/12/2009 15:31

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Hi Zerochlor thanks for getting back to me . of course i can pick up , i have never had to look after my own pool but am willing to give it a try . Do you give tuition ?

Many thanks , Simbas



zerochlor


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01/12/2009 15:37

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is your pump and filter above ground or below?



just thinking if below ground how are you at getting down there and somtimes you need a bit of muscle or some wood and hammer to shut off some of the valves as they do tend to get a little tight.



Yes i would give tuition if you was buying 1 years supply.

cleaning and doseing a pool the zerochlor way is quite easy.



zerochlor


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01/12/2009 15:43

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simbas



if you look at my website



http://www.zerochloreuropean.com



There is step by step instructions on how to use my product,and quite easy to follow,they can be saved to file and printed off,they are downloadable.

Thats if you wasnt wanting to invest in 1 years supply before trying the product out.



simbas



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01/12/2009 18:12

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Hi Zerochlor , my pump and filter are below ground , but i am quite athletic so could lift myself in and out with little effort ,{ well i live in hope } i am not out again until May , may i contact you before i arrive as to arrange a suitable time for you to spend with me .

Thank-you very much , Simbas



keithcaley



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01/12/2009 19:11

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Pat,

I hope that you've got a big kettle, and a BIG tea-pot - he drinks tea as though it's going out of fashion!



simbas



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Message Posted:
01/12/2009 19:16

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I can make it as fast as he can drink it Keith



zerochlor


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Message Posted:
02/12/2009 18:53

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No Problem Simbas



When your ready give me a call or email.



if you know keith caley im sure he will also tell you how easy it is to use and what his thoughts are on zerochlor.

He has been testing it now for some months,although i think he is past the testing stage now!



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



And a merry christmas



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