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nannybabs


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06/04/2010 13:45

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Has anybody tried this product and would you reccomend it. not sure whether to change from watermaid to zerochlor.



TRNCVaughan


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06/04/2010 14:14

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Why do you want to change from a Watermaid?

Is it because there are problems with the cell and the cost of replacement is too expensive and/or is it because you have to run it for 12 hours per day in the summer, using too much electricity.

Take a look at

http://www.aligator.co.uk

Aligators have cells which are not effected by the hard water here in TRNC and the running time is half that of a Watermaid.

We are TRNC sole agents for Aligators and we are currently running a "scrapage scheme" trading in Watermaids for Aligators at a discounted price.



waddo


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06/04/2010 14:24

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Have used ZeroChlor (under a different name) for the past three years and can not fault it! Minimum maintenance, water is always soft and refreshing, don't hurt my animals, don't hurt my plants, even if I make a mistake it won't hurt me unless I make a really big, big, big mistake. Easy to check you have it right - no guess work involved. Don't have to run my pumps as long as I used to with chlorine (that bit takes time and patience till you get the balance right) and it is safe to store as well.



Apart from that - "I" - have found it is cheaper to run ZeroChlor than any other product. I have shown lots of people my pool and how easy it is to maintain and they have all changed over from the floaty thing in the top or chlorine or whatever they were using to ZeroChlor - NO I DO NOT WORK FOR THEM.



waddo


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06/04/2010 14:25

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Missed a bit off - try it for the price of a month or two - you can always switch back or go on to something else!



Angelgirl


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06/04/2010 15:07

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Hi waddo, what other name does it sell under please? where do you buy it? thanks



zerochlor


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07/04/2010 01:44

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Hi Angelgirl.



Zerochlor only sells under one name.



Youll be able to buy it in lapta at sunset beach club/splash pools



Or you can buy it from zerochlor in catalkoy.



zerochlor


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07/04/2010 01:52

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Message 1



nannybabs



The beauty of zerochlor is there are no huge set up costs.nothing to change on your pool or pump room.



Also if you dont like zerochlor your not left with a lump of plastic stuck in your pump room which might of cost you around 1000,dont quote me on that price,but i do hear its around that sort of money.



As Waddo says in meesage 3,try it and if you dont like it ,go back to your watermaid or chlorine.



But if you dont like zerochlor,you will of only spent twenty or thirty pounds



with some electronic sanitisers if you dont like them,youll have spent 1000 upwards,then what!



zerochlor


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07/04/2010 02:03

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message1. here is what a watermaid user said.

gooligan

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07/08/2009 22:45

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Bought some this week as the watermaid I have is proving very expensive to run in the summer months and I still had algae growing on the grout.Followed the instructions from the guys at zerochlor and overnight the difference was amazing,even had to hoover because of the amount of crap on the floor,the following day it was crystal clear and even had to hoover again.

Another plus....we have our 2 blonde haired nieces stopping with us for the summer holidays and they were covered in spots,we thought it was heat rash but it turns out it was the chlorine,after 2 days in the pool with zerochlor the spots had gone,but the down side is their beautiful blonde hair now has a green tinge,apparantly due to the copper in the liquid,it will wash out and the pro's outweigh the cons.

If I could I would give it a Neg Nick 9/10 .



zerochlor


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07/04/2010 02:19

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message 1



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



mags111



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Message Posted:
07/04/2010 09:02

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I have been using zerochlor in my pool for about a year now and I am 100% happy with it. I would definately recommend using it. Much better than chlorine and better for your health too.



BigMart


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07/04/2010 09:37

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I've used it for the last six months or so and would recomend it whole heartedly, pool looks great, it doesn't itch when you get out and my dog isn't at the vets all the time with skin problems. ( I don't work for Dave either )



zerochlor


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Message Posted:
07/04/2010 10:25

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message 10 and message 11. Cheers guys,so good when i hear such satisfied customers who believe in zerochlor as much as i do .



over to you nannybabs !



Happy chlorine free swimming folks



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