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Vu4life 6 10 July 25, 2016 at 12:32 PM in Pools (5) More Costco Wholesale Deals
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Last Edited by Vu4life July 25, 2016 at 12:34 PM
Alternative to Chlorine to kill algae. Best deal I've seen from all around. The Copper rod needs to be replaced once all the copper has changed into ions.


http://www.costco.com/.product.1010470.html

Reduce the need for chlorine by about 80% (or more)
Ultra-low maintenance (screw on anode and basket, drop in pool, forget)
Powered by environmentally friendly solar panels with no expensive batteries to replace
No more bleached hair or bathing suits, dry skin or itchy eyes
Handles pools up to 22,000 Gal. (Get 2 for more than 22k Gallons)
Inexpensive alternative to other ionizers and cheap imports
Proven technology, Guaranteed performance
Works in salt-water or fresh water pools
Works in above-ground or in-ground pools
Works in hot or cold climates
Reduces pump filtration time
Eliminates expensive regular chlorination use and maintenance
Just use a floaty with a couple of chlorine tabs for sanitization, that’s all
Wire cleaning brush, test strips and protective debris basket included
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#2
"just use a floaty with a couple of chlorine tabs for sanitization"

uhhh, so what does this do then?
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I consider these copper ion products snake oil. They only eliminate algae. But not viruses or bacteria. You could have a good looking pool that is dangerous to swim in (bacteria/virus) and not know it!
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Quote from vypurr View Post :
I consider these copper ion products snake oil. They only eliminate algae. But not viruses or bacteria. You could have a good looking pool that is dangerous to swim in (bacteria/virus) and not know it!
Wouldn't you just continue to keep your free chlorine between 1-3 ppm then as a precaution?
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Sounds like a bad idea putting copper in the water. What do I know though? I use the BBB method. Specifically an $$$ test kit with straight chlorine and occasionally Muriatic Acid to balance out the pH.
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Agree with vypurr and vwtoys. Get a good test kit, add the right amount of stabilizer, and maintain with liquid chlorine. Everything you need to know is here:
www.troublefreepool.com
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Wouldn't you just continue to keep your free chlorine between 1-3 ppm then as a precaution?
Yup! Like others, I follow BBB and don't spend much on chemicals. IMO this is a waste of money.
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Quote from unfrozen View Post :
Agree with vypurr and vwtoys. Get a good test kit, add the right amount of stabilizer, and maintain with liquid chlorine. Everything you need to know is here:
www.troublefreepool.com
I follow TFP method and my pool has been sparkling clean this year with minimal amounts of just what I need and buying basic elements, not pool store made up concoctions.

Quote from juggett View Post :
Wouldn't you just continue to keep your free chlorine between 1-3 ppm then as a precaution?
I was like u too once...thinking 1 to 3ppm as per test strip is appropriate.

The truth is depending on your cya level you may need to be at 7ppm.

Go read at www.troublefreepool.com and learn
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Last edited by ionizer July 25, 2016 at 03:08 PM
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