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Are Dogs More Sensitive to Chlorine Than People?

According to the American Kennel Club, “a dog’s eyes, nose and ears are more sensitive than a human’s and as such may be a tad more susceptible to the effects of chlorine.”

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Let’s Clear the Air: Stop Peeing in the Pool at Major Meets

Air quality in most indoor facilities already isn’t great, but are swimmers making it worse?

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10 Steps to Make a Massive Swim Cap

If, for any reason, you have not made a massive swim cap, it is time to get started. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)

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Behind the Scenes SwimSpray Photo Shoot

The folks at SwimSpray are great at taking the smell out of swimming – their product eliminates the chlorine smell allowing…

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10 Telltale Signs You Have a Swimmer’s Body

Has a stranger ever approached you and said, “Let me guess…you’re a swimmer?” Swimmers might be surprised each time this happens, but we really shouldn’t be. There are so many telltale giveaways we spend most of our time in a swimming pool. (Featured Swimmer Body: Matt Grevers)

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12 Things Swimmers Hate

#6 – When people complain about waking up early…

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Swimmers at High Risk for Becoming Noseblind

Swimmers are among a group of people deeply threatened by the possibility of going noseblind. By continual exposure to chlorine odor, swimmers actually lose the ability to smell chlorine.

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Burning Skin or Itching at Swim Meets

“Unfortunately for the swimmers, chlorine side-effects are the worst at swim meets. Because of increased chlorine, swimmers are exposed to higher levels of chlorine during meets.”

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3 Reasons Why Chloe Sutton Likes SwimSpray

Two-time Olympian Chloe Sutton knows swimming, knows the lifestyle and strives to make it fit her life. She trains with…

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Adidas Enters The Competitive Swimming Market in the United States

For over 80 years, the adidas® brand has been an influential part of the world of sports, on every level. We are excited to announce that adidas® has officially entered the competitive swim world in the United States.

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Pool Indoor Air Quality: Why It Matters to Your Health and Performance (PART 2)

Mixing air causes corrosion in higher parts of the building, including the roof. This is usually the cause of a breeze or draft on a pool deck. This effect spreads bad air all over the place, and is intensified by the use of large fans. Look for rust around your pool. If you see any on metal components in your roof, chances are, there is mixing going on.

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SwimSpray to Offer a Free Sample to Anyone Willing to Send A Testimonial after Trying the Product

To help show that SwimSpray works, we are offering free samples of SwimSpray to anyone interested in trying it. Just send an email to [email protected], telling us where to send your sample.

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Dr. Andrew Chadeayne Tells His Story of Inventing SwimSpray

FROM DR. CHADEAYNE: “SwimSpray’s best selling point is that it actually works – my hair isn’t crunchy or dead anymore. My skin doesn’t burn or itch. Getting the chlorine off after swimming feels great.”

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Scott Morris Joins SwimSpray as Vice President of Sales

SwimSpray, LLC reports that, earlier this month, Scott Morris joined the company as Vice President of Sales. Mr. Morris will support SwimSpray’s existing sales team by increasing distribution across swimming team dealers and swimming schools.

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Celebrating in the Pool: Senator John McCain Hates it

Senator John McCain is one elected representative who is undistracted by the looming government shutdown in less than two weeks. Instead Senator McCain is focussing on the important issues. And what could be more important than the LA Dodgers celebrating in the Arizona Diamondbacks’ pool?

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