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.
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.
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.”
Air quality in most indoor facilities already isn’t great, but are swimmers making it worse?
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.
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?
We made this simple 30 second video to show how to eliminate chlorine after swimming. Despite our written and illustrated instructions, we still get lots of questions about how to use SwimSpray. (Image courtesy of SwimSpray)
“SwimSpray’s 200 Freestyle relay (Kevin Gallagher, Tom Krajewski, Brendan Gallagher, Liam Gallagher) finished in 1:24.38 – 2nd in the 25+ age group and 3rd overall.”
“All jokes aside, the phenomenon reported by Ryan Lochte is nothing new to the swimming world. Swimmers have been “smelling like the pool” since chlorine was first added to pools.”
Abby is about two months away from finishing her first year of medical school at UVA. When she’s not studying, Abby is either coaching the Charlottesville YMCA Aquatic Club (CYAC) or training on her own, for long distance open water swims.
If, for any reason, you have not made a massive swim cap, it is time to get started. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
“The scientists at SwimSpray, LLC claim to have invented a simple, all-natural remedy for swimmersï¿½ longest standing problem: chlorine.”
From Dr. Andrew Chadeayne, Inventor of SwimSpray: Swimmers are rapidly learning about SwimSpray’s advances treating chlorine damaged hair and dry…
Swimmers smell like chlorine. Right? At least that’s how it’s been for the since I started swimming. But, recently Andrew…