No Mor Problems Algaecide
worth it's weight in gold
Honestly, this product is amazing. it's like a pool miracle.
Last year I worked at for a pool builder, and had an opportunity to meet one of the reps from United Chemical, makers of No Mor Problems. My pool was literally a swamp when we opened it last year, I mean, really , we fished a dead squirrel out of there because the cover collapsed. I asked him what to do. He had me use their algaecide "black treat" the nuclear bomb of algeacides, then after the scrubbing /vacc'ing, backwashing etc, added the no mor problems- clear water. shock load lowered to practically zero- i didn't even use up a whole case of shock over the whole season. the pool was sparkling clean, stable and stain free. USE IT!! you'll never believe it until you use it. it's the best $20 you'll ever spend.
June 28, 2007
I use this algaecide in the Spring, when the water starts to get warm and then about once every three or four weeks all Summer into the Fall. If used according to the label instructions, it never fails. I rarely if ever have to use any shock treatments and never get algae like I used to.
I have been using it for several years and will continue to do so. I wouldn't be without it now.
December 3, 2012
I had to use so much shock to get my pool clear and the algae would be back in just a few days. My water would start to turn green quick. I put the right amount of "No Mor Problems" and just like it says, i've had clean clear water with very little shock use and no more problems!!!
July 13, 2010
No Mor Money
The recommended dosage is quite costly to keep up with and will require you to go thru several bottles in a season. It's active ingredient: ~40% sodium bromide...not sure why they can't tell you that in the specs, other than it's not all that special.
I ran into problems with this stuff - the bottle doesn't really address if you have algae - I had to resort to a quat to take care of the problem. So, if you have a perfect pool and never get algae, this is for you. But I would highly recommend using a quat or copper-based algaecide in addition to or instead of this product. This is not the panacea it (and most reviewers) claim it to be!
July 1, 2010