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A SWIM Spa will enhance your well-being greatly in addition to providing a great way to excersize and relax. They can truly improve your life! Waters Choice wants everyone to have the most enjoyable t...
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Our military veterans face health challenges unique to their experiences, including migraine and headache disorders that stem from brain injury and other trauma experienced during combat. Interestingl...
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Waters Choice customers know that our Pure Enzyme Concentrate for Pools are THE hardest working piece in your pool! But what is the second piece? It's your pool filter! Along with our enzyme water...
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We all want to keep our SWIM Spa's water healthy, right? But we often ask ourselves, "how do I keep my SWIM spa water clean and clear?" By chance, have you used pool chemicals or treated...
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Knowing when to clean your sand or diatomaceous earth (DE) filter is vital in keeping your pool water and equipment healthy.  Identifying when to backwash your filter is simple, but there are differen...
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Many peole find recreational water chemistry intimidating, but it need not be.  Waters Choice Pure Enzymes make maintenance as simple as possible.  There's no need for so many different products. ...
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Bubble baths are fun and relaxing but not what you’re looking for in your hot tub or SWIM spa.  Foam keeps us from our goal of having crystal clear water.  Foam can happen from time to time and is so...
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"My friends use Waters Choice Pure Enzyme water cleaner and I'd like to try it, can you help me get started?" On Startup, balance your water's pH, add enzymes and 2 tsp of granular c...
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So, you’re definitely ready to swim, but is your pool?  Here is some helpful information to make sure your pool is completely ready for the swimming season! If you’ve ever gotten to pool opening se...
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Total alkalinity is the measure of your waters capacity to neutralize acid.  It’s very easy to confuse total alkalinity with pH.  Interestingly enough, alkalinity is the buffer that controls how pH m...
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