UltraSwim Shampoo does NOT remove chlorine from hair and skin

October 31, 2012

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Swimmers shampoos are notoriously ineffective at getting chlorine out of hair and skin.  Many swimmers have given up.  They accept "smelling like chlorine all the time" as a part of their lives as swimmers.

But, SwimSpray actually works.  It really gets the chlorine off.  Here is a link to a video showing how SwimSpray gets chlorine out of hair and skin but UltraSwim shampoo fails.



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November 14, 2012

The chlorine would be the same but its form would prbaobly be different. They may be just throwing a bunch of chlorine in without checking the level. There are 2 things that need to be checked OFTEN with a hot tub: chlorine or bromine (3-5 ppm) and pH level (7.4 to 7.6 is ideal). Either one can cause your skin to do strange things. Hot tub water will often become acidic and needs to be adjusted down (baking soda is a cheap solution) or alkaline and needs to be adjusted up using a mild acid. It’s also good practice to shock the tub about once a month (10 ppm chlorine/bromine) to kill off any really resistant nasties and help sanitize the piping, pump and jets.If they don’t have a test kit they need one or they can borrow yours assuming you check your pool regularly. They also need an adjustable dispenser for chlorine/bromine sticks and with a little trial and error can get it set to dispense the right amount consistently. I’ve installed and maintained pools and tubs and there’s nothing worse than feeling worse getting out of one than getting in. Good Luck!

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