One good thing about not selling any pool products directly is that my opinion can be somewhat unbiased. I do like certain products over others and have my preferences. I have also tested a wide variety of products and when it comes to Enzymes and Phosphate removers I know from my personal testing that they work effectively. If you read the review on the Pool Perfect Plus PHOSfree you will see that many agree that it is an effective treatment to prevent algae and add to the overall water quality of a pool.
Here is more about the product from the manufacturer:
Pool Perfect® + Phosfree® is a weekly maintenance product that adds enzymes and removes phosphates.
Regular pool maintenance is easy with Natural Chemistry’s Pool Perfect + PHOSfree. The benefits of our SMARTZyme™ technology combined with our phosphate removal provides superior water quality with less work. Pool Perfect + PHOSfree is added to the skimmer and contains a non-clouding phosphate remover.
Instead of getting technical and trying to teach a science class explaining how enzymes work, we will try to break it down more simply. Enzymes break non-living things down to smaller and smaller bits. Many non-living things are in the pool and spa water; body oils, sweat, cosmetics, and sunscreens to name a few.
SMARTZymes contains thousands of enzymes with the potential to break down thousands of different non-living waste products in your water.
Natural Chemistry pioneered the use of phosphate removal technology long before it was popular. High phosphate levels in pool water can create many water issues. Most people today are aware of the efforts by government agencies to limit the use of phosphates in common household products due to their effect on water. Natural Chemistry has a variety of phosphate removal products that have been proven to make water care easier.
As the video description states this is a true one-two punch for algae and scum (oils, body lotions, body fluids, inorganic debris, etc.) that in turn use up the chlorine in the pool. When you add a weekly dose of the product you are freeing up the chlorine to fight important things in the pool like bacteria and viruses instead of allowing to it be used up fighting inorganic contaminants and algae. If you are adding the product weekly, you will notice that your chlorine level is holding each week longer and higher and also that there are no algae forming in the pool.
And a small dose of the product goes a long way. It only requires 4 oz per 8,000 gallons of water so one bottle can last a good part of the season. By allowing the chlorine to work more effectively you are saving money on one end as you will not be adding large amounts of chlorine to the pool each week. So an enhancer like Pool Perfect Plus PHOSfree is a good thing actually and could save you money on your chemical cost in the long run.
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