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The rise of mineral pools. 4 things the buyer should be aware of.

Mineral swimming pools and spas are quickly becoming the norm for most Australian families and it’s for a very good reason too.  The water is infused with magnesium and thanks to centuries old studies, we know that bathing in this water provides us with a long list of health and wellbeing benefits. Naturally, with the rise in mineral pool popularity there are more options coming to market and this is where confusion can start to weigh in.
We have cut through the smoke and mirrors, detailing the top four things the buyer should be aware of when looking at converting to a mineral pool or building a new one.


There are varying mineral blends available and some have recommendations to add 20s, 30s or even 40s of bags to the water! If you encounter this, this should be a BIG warning sign you are paying WAY TOO MUCH! These are often mineral blends that have salt blended within them and/or use potassium as a replacement for salt.

The key message here is dont be fooled into buying expensive salt as you could pay over $1000 each and every year, when you should only be paying a couple of hundred dollars (for a 40,000L pool).

At Theralux, we take a very straight and honest approach. The pool or spa owner can use our unique magnesium blend of minerals (a bag should cost no more than $110 and the average pool only requires 2 per year), add these directly to the water and maintain the chlorinators required TDS level with sodium (Pool Salt). By separating the sodium from our mineral blend it allows us to be the most honest and affordable mineral pool available. We dont see the point in trying to trick consumers in making them believe it is any more complicated than what it actually is.


In fact, sodium (Pool Salt) is widely promoted within the wellness industry as something we should all be bathing in regularly. There does however seem to be a bit of movement away from sodium but the cost of doing this is HUGE and the benefits not very extensivewhy? Allow us to explain.

There are mineral blends available that claim they contain little or no sodium. Instead, they use a large dose of potassium chloride and this is predominantly to increase the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) for your chlorinator to run correctly and produce enough sanitiser. This all sounds good in theory but all you are doing is paying for an extremely expensive salt replacement. The outcome is the same – potassium chloride is
converted the same as sodium chloride in a salt or mineral pool. They both create the same sanitiser to keep us safe from bacteria, but unfortunately you are paying approximately 4 times as much for
the honour of using potassium.


There are some blends that claim the benefits of a mineral pool, however only contain a water softener. Be sure to select a mineral blend that is rich in magnesium as this provides the majority of the health and wellbeing benefits that are nourishing for the body and mind.


You will find a lot of the minerals on the market are just straight magnesium chloride, but you must be extremely careful with this approach as to not over dose. This can be done easily and could cause discolouration of the water and also staining of the pool. To reverse this problem, it is both time consuming and expensive. Most reputable brands will give you accurate dosing rates and a simple maintenance program.

At Theralux, we use a very simple process of adding our unique and proportioned blend of minerals every 5 to 6 months.

There is no need to over complicate the management of a mineral pool.

We do also have a test strip that can be used for those wanting to be more accurate.

The wash up is that we LOVE mineral pools and are strong advocates in creating healthier Australian families. We see the mineral pool as one of the most simple and effective ways of receiving health benefits that we as a society so often lack.  In our opinion, buyers just need to be wary that they are choosing sensibly and not getting caught into paying too much for their mineral water!

Do you have an existing pool or spa and want to convert to a mineral pool?

Or are you building a new pool?

Please contact the Theralux Mineral Pool team on 1300 131 788 for a consultation.

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