No Mor Problems®


            No Mor Problems 32oz.

            At a Glance


            General Info
            Product Name: No Mor Problems (Mk. II)
            Product Type: Preventative Algicide/Algaecide
            Available Sizes: 32 oz | 1 gal 
            Dosage: 
            Initial - 3 fl. oz per 5,000 gallons
            Maintenance - approx. 5 fl. oz 2 tab/lb/gal chlorine
            Active Ingredient: Sodium Bromide (NaBr) 33.3%
            Appearance: blue liquid
            First Introduced: Late 1980's

            Compatibility
            Surface: All
            Sanitizer: Chlorine, Bromine
            Filter: All

            Synopsis


            We believe in challenging the status quo and raising the bar – even if it’s us that set the bar. When No Mōr Problems® was first introduced, we had a clear vision: a pool without algae all season long. We wanted pools to live up to the name of having no more problems.

            Great Could be Better

            Our flagship product largely accomplished that – but it wasn’t perfect. Sure, pools never got algae on No Mōr Problems®, but if you missed a dose you might still get some. Sure you could use a lot less sanitizer, but testing the sanitizer could be difficult. It largely lived up to the name, but it could still be better.

            The Breakthrough

            Then we had our big breakthrough with Swamp Treat™: we discovered a formula that not only solved chlorine reading problems, but also made our algaecides exponentially stronger. We immediately thought of what this could mean for No Mōr Problems®.

            No Mōr Problems® mk. II utilizes this breakthrough to not only gaurantee you’ll get an accurate strong chlorine reading, but also increases its efficacy as an algaecide. How much more effective is it? When we tested it, we saw a pool stay clean for over a month without filtration or sanitizer after one initial dose.

            Understanding Habits

            We kept in mind that habits are hard to break, so we also wanted to continue to make it as easy as possible by utilizing the same directions we’ve all become accustomed to. To use it, there’s no need to change what you’re doing – keep using it the same way you used old No Mōr Problems®.

            Living up to the Name

            Now we can truly say our No Mōr Problems® lives up to the name, making pools as easy and inexpensive to maintain as possible with less chemical and less headaches.

            Keep your eye out for the change over to our new formula this year.

            Directions

            It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with labeling. Always add No Mor Problems® directly to pool or spa.

            Initial Treatment

            Note: This product is for prevention only. To remove algae, use one of our “Treat” algaecides before this product.

            For every 5000 gallons of pool water, add 3 fluid ounces of No Mor Problems® DIRECTLY to the pool water. For every 5000 gallons of pool water, add chlorinating product to the pool water as directed by the label of an EPA registered chlorinating product. DO NOT ADD NO MOR PROBLEMS AND CHLORINATING PRODUCT DIRECTLY TOGETHER.

            Maintenance Treatment

            Use No Mor Problems® when adding chlorinating or brominating products directly to the pool water. Use the recommended dosage rate of a EPA Registered chlorinating or brominating product.
            • For Dry and Liquid Chlorine: Add 5 to 6 ounces of No Mor Problems for every 2 (3-inch) chlorinating tablets or every pound (dry) or gallon (liquid) chlorinating product.
            • For Lithium Hypochlorite: Add 3 fluid ounces for every pound of Lithium Hypochlorite.
            • For Bromine: Add 5 fluid ounces per pound of brominating product.
            • For Chlorine Generator: Add 5 to 6 ounces of No Mor Problems per 20,000 gallons of pool water per week.

            Known Issues

            Zero Chlorine Reading - No Mor Problems

            Updated: 14 Mar 2018 09:30 AM
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