We have been using the Clear Choice water purifying system in our hot tub, and we have been very pleased with it. As chemists, we are both well aware of the possible unwanted side effects of treatment with either chlorinating or brominating agents. These strong chemicals do their job, but often at a high cost. They can cause skin irritation for sensitive individuals, and their reaction with nitrogen containing pollutants generates the strongly unpleasant odors of chloramines and bromamines. The natural enzymes in Clear Choice eliminate both of these problems and provide clean, clear water with much less of the fuss and expense of strong oxidizing treatments. Not only is Clear Choice less irritating and less expensive, it is also much simpler to use. We only need to add a few drops each time that we use the tub and clean the filters once a week. We also anticipate that we will not need to drain the tub nearly as often as we did before switching to Clear Choice. We couldn’t be happier with the results of using Clear Choice, and we urge others to let Nature take over the maintenance of your hot tub.
I can explain some things in more detail if necessary, but I have usually found that shorter is better. Most people are not aware of the chemistry involved, and they resent being lectured to. Thus I hope that this will suffice.
Mike McGrath received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from MIT and taught Chemistry at Holy Cross College for 34 years before retiring.
Alice Deckert received her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Stanford and is presently the Chair of the Chemistry Department at Allegheny College.