This year, swimmers at Potomac Valley Swimming’s October Open smelled a lot less like chlorine. Team SwimSpray provided interested swimmers and parents with a free sample of SwimSpray. We distributed about 2000 1 oz sample bottles. Each bottle provides the user with about 7 uses (20-30 sprays per use).
You need to try SwimSpray to believe how well it works.
We think people need to try SwimSpray in order to believe how well it works at removing chlorine from hair and skin. We want them to experience feeling chlorine free. This isn’t another swimmer’s shampoo. Every swimmer knows those don’t work. SwimSpray actually does work. To date, our biggest challenge has been convincing people that we’ve actually solved swimmers’ chlorine problems.
Explaining how to use SwimSpray.
Our next biggest challenge is explaining how to use SwimSpray. Since SwimSpray adds a step to the typical shower routine, we need to teach people how to use it. In the past we’ve published videos and drawings showing the steps. Last weekend we gave out instructional postcards, illustrating the 3-step “Rinse, Spray, Shampoo” instructions. We also tell people “Spray it all over you in the shower just before you shampoo.”