We put up our swimming pool 14 years ago when the kids we’re still living with us. Since then, we’ve been using chlorine-based winterizing kits for purification. Over the years, it seemed that it was the most practical things to do.
Two years ago, we began to notice that chlorine seemed to have a negative effect on my wife. Her skin and hair became very sensitive to the chlorine. So much so that she cut back on the number of times she swam in our pool each week, and had considered ceasing entirely. The possibility was disappointing given the amount of money we’ve spent in installing the pool. Plus, her doctor encouraged Linda to do her exercises in the pool following her hip surgery the prior year.
We understood the importance of keeping the pool clean and proper maintenance even in the middle of our dilemma whether Linda should stay out of the pool or not. As the days passed, we were faced with the yearly preparation of the pool and close it for winter.
We make it a point to use only quality winterizing chemicals for our pool from the time we built it. This was one of the first things we considered when we were planning on getting a swimming pool – the importance of winterizing. It taught us that winterizing kits contain specially formulated pool chemicals needed to get the pool ready for the cold days of winter. The right amount of chemicals will ensure that your swimming pool is protected from damage stemming from water contamination, normal wear and tear and water freezes. In line with this, it will also make it easier to open the pool when spring comes, these preventive measures will extend the life of your pool.
Due to my wife’s sensitivities to chlorine, we began investigating what we should do. We were aware of the risks of stopping and not using the winterizing kit altogether. When we checked out the internet, our search led us to 1800pools.com and we were excited to know that it is possible to use non-chlorine based winterizing kits. Chemical kits devoid of chlorine are as effective in killing algae and other winterizing substances and still provide a great sanitizing power.
The 1800 Pools web site has a user friendly interface and ordering was easy and best of all, the winterizing kits cost less than those sold at local shops. The chlorine-free winterizing kit was effortless to use, and when we opened our pool back up in the spring, we were pleased with the results.
The best thing is my wife is enjoying the pool again without the irritation caused by chlorine. She has resumed her pool exercises and on the overall, it has made our life’s activities a lot better than before.
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