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*We made an empty bottle with a convincing label. There is no liquid in the bottle. It’s meant to be used as a prop to scare swimmers into not peeing in your pool.
Pool Urine Detector Bottle
HOW IT WORKS

The Most Common Pool Myth of All Time Has Been Discovered.

Since 1958, the story of this mythical pool chemical has been told to children by parents who do not want them to urinate in the pool. So to make it true, we created this empty bottle with a convincing label. Here’s how it works. 👇

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1. Fill The Bottle

Fill the bottle with clean water. Adding blue food coloring is optional.

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2. Add To The Pool

Pour the bottle of clean water into the pool in front of the swimmers.

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3. Swim Safely

Keep the bottle with your other chemicals or near the pool.

AS SEEN ON TV

The History of The Myth

The myth of this pool chemical has been a staple of pop culture for years. For example, the movie "Grown Ups," exaggerate the myth and highlights the social faux pas. Additionally, it appeared in an episode of "The Adventures of Pete and Pete" in 1995.

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HOW MUCH PEE IS IN YOUR POOL?

Peeing in a Pool is Gross and Dangerous. Here’s Why...

Urine Reacts With Chlorine

Chlorine breaks down bacteria that could be harmful to swimmers. However, it reacts with urine to create trichloramine, which is responsible for the chlorine smell. When your eyes turn red after swimming, that's the trichloramine from pee, not chlorine. Trichloramine can also cause asthma. (Source)

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Less Available Chlorine

According to the CDC, “when pee and chlorine mix in the pool, there is less chlorine available to kill germs.” A swimmer can introduce tiny living organisms (some of which can make you ill) and other things into the pool, including up to two soda cans worth of sweat and one cup of pee. (Source)

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Calculating Urine In Your Pool

Studies found that swimmers produce 25 to 80 milliliters of urine per swim. So to find out how much pee might be in your pool, take the average number of swimmers per day and multiply that by 1.2. That's how many gallons of pee are in your pool at the end of the summer. There are some caveats to these generalizations, so check out the links in the source video description. (Source)

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Pool Urine Detector Bottle

The Bottle Is REAL! But The Chemical Doesn't Exist.

We made this empty bottle with a convincing label. There is no liquid in the bottle. It’s meant to be used as a prop to scare swimmers into not peeing in your pool. You can buy a bottle from our online store. We handcraft these bottles and ship them FREE to your door.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Everything You Need to Know About Our Pool Urine Detector

Is it safe to add the Urine Detector to my pool?

Yes, because there's nothing in the bottle. You can fill it with clean water and pour it in the pool in front of swimmers. Otherwise, the empty bottle should be enough to prevent swimmers from whizzing in the water.

Will the Urine Detector work in a saltwater pool?

Well, because there's nothing in the bottle, it will "work" in any pool. Again, this is an empty bottle with a convincing label to scare swimmers into thinking the water will turn blue if they urinate in the pool.

Does it turn the water blue when someone pees?

No. There's nothing in the bottle. This chemical doesn't exist, but the bottle and label are real.

What are the ingredients in the bottle?

The bottle is empty, and there are no ingredients. It's a scare tactic to keep swimmers from peeing in the pool.

Will it affect my pool water chemistry?

No. The bottle is empty. We recommend only adding clean water to the bottle if you want to pour it into the pool in front of swimmers to stop them from peeing in the pool.

How often should I add the Urine Detector?

Add it as often as people are peeing in your pool. If that's every day, then this empty bottle should be enough to scare them into stopping.

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