What Are the Benefits of a Salt Water Pool?


Saltwater pools are becoming increasingly popular. Saltwater pools use chemicals to keep the water clean of bacteria just like fresh water pools, but the chemicals that a saltwater pool uses are natural.

What Are the Benefits of a Salt Water Pool?
(Harry Alverson/flickr)

Mother Nature uses salt (sodium chloride) to keep the oceans clean and healthy so organisms can live in it. Humans can swim in it without hurting our eyes or burning our skin because salt is softer than chlorine.

Mother Nature uses salt to keep the oceans clean.  Bonappetite.com

Saltwater pools are considered ecologically friendly because they don't use the harsh chemicals that chlorine pools do. This is better for swimmers, plants and grass.

Salt feels better on our skin and it's better for the earth.   Aussiegall/flickr

Pool owners can purchase a salt chlorine generator, which converts regular salt into salt for the pool. This will save lots of time when it comes to pool maintenance.

Spend your time doing others things rather than cleaning the pool.   St.A/flickr

As of September 2009, the salt chlorine generator costs about $1,000, but it will pay for itself in savings over two to three years because salt is much cheaper than chlorine.

The salt chlorine generator will save you money in the long run.   TotalAldo/flickr,

Saltwater is gentler than chlorine on your swimming suit, so expect to save some money on suits as well.

Your swimsuits will last much longer with salt water.  Seattle Municipal Archives/flickr


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