I am so glad you posted that about the salt Gabe! I was wondering how that worked with the chlorine molecules,etc. I was leery of it,but we swam salt water pools several times last summer and it was great. It is especially nice one the eyes. No more red eyes.
I asked a pool company here the price of the equipment- 1400 dollars! I could nt believe that. A friend told me that they bought all they needed for about 800. So i guess it is worth it to shop around and price it. My bil said it was easy to install and it saved him 800 dollars by doing it himself.
Anyone heard of bioguard "soft swim"- the NON chlroinating pool care program?? I got a flyer in the mail for it.
this is what is says:
The simple, gentle pool care program
A complete non- chlorinating system of pool mantenance that makes water beautifully clear
Makes water feel soft to to the skin, eyes and hair
All products are liquid for easy application
Also another Bio guard product only for salt pools:
Mineral Springs is a proprietary mineral blend that keeps water healthy and makes it feel and look great
proprietary blend of minerals that are added to pool water at startup and then replenished weekly
use beginnings at startup for silky, brilliant water that wont irritate eyes,skin or hair
Apply Renewal weekly to replace lost minerals quickly and easily
I also did some online research for stuff and found a com. called ecopure. It sounds great but $$. I got a sales rep to email me back and it will cost either 4300 or 2200 (aprox.) depending on which size I need. They also have a cheaper one for small above ground pools. I cant remember how it works but something to do with copper and ions, ozone,etc. .... I am getting very confused.....