Andrew Chadeayne: “Using SwimSpray inside a swim cap instantly neutralizes chlorine that creeps inside. Then, using SwimSpray on hair afterwards completely eliminates any chlorine that gets into the hair during the swimming session.”
Olympian Chloe Sutton: “The girl that’s the first in and last out of the pool has a lot of special qualities that translate well to being excellent relationship material. I might be biased, but distance swimmers are awesome.”
Video product demo comparing SwimSpray’s chlorine killing efficacy versus shampoo or body wash.
For student swimmers, back-to-school also means heading back to the pool. Here’s five swimming-related chemistry lessons to kick off the back-to-school season.
CDC report strongly recommended not to “pee or poop in the water” in order to prevent dangerous chemicals from forming when that pee or poop chemically reacts with the chlorine.
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.”
100% natural and safe, SwimSpray solves the longest-standing problem associated with swimming — the side-effects of chlorine.
As lifelong swimmers and students of the sport, we endeavored to find a solution to one of the longest-standing problems associated with swimming – chlorine odor and irritation – and to provide that solution to the swimming community.
The folks at SwimSpray are great at taking the smell out of swimming – their product eliminates the chlorine smell allowing…
All information in this video was sourced from the CDC and World Health Organization websites. The chemical byproducts listed are real, and we encourage everyone who watches this video to do the research for themselves.
Effective October 10th, 2014, SwimSpray, LLC will be offering a team fundraising program to help United States Swimming club swim teams raise money for travel, equipment, scholarships, and expenses.
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.
“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.”
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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