I have been using a water fountain to refill the water that my pet, my daughter, Lola, has been drinking. It’s a fun water fountain that comes with a built-in soap dispenser that allows for a quick and easy shampoo.
The problem is that when I fill the water in the fountain with my Lola’s water, I have to wait for a long time for the soap to dissolve. I have tried other sprays that claim to dissolve faster, but the problem is that the soap is still in the water and I have to wait for it to dissolve or else Lola gets sick.
I also have a pet dog that I just bought and I’m getting ready to introduce him to water and Lola. I’m not sure if the water in the fountain is safe for him.
So, a quick answer to this question is to use a spray made specifically to dissolve the soap. I bought this one from the store today and I use it a lot (although it does not dissolve the soap as fast as I’d like (I usually have to sit there for half an hour or so)). It is made of the same stuff as the one I use for my hair: Aloe Vera.
And that’s the good news.
In case the question wasn’t clear enough I will repeat myself… Spray is made from the same stuff as Aloe Vera. So you can find Aloe Vera at any pet store and Pet shops…
I can’t think of anything that would make a pet fountain slimeier, but it is possible that the soap dissolved naturally in the fountain itself. It’s also possible that you have a few pets that you don’t use and so the soap is just sitting in the water. It’s also possible that some pets have a skin disease that makes them very sensitive to soap.
I don’t know about you, but I always like to think that I use the same products as my pets. I don’t want to think about all the things that I dont, so I just use the same ones. So far I have only used one soap in my pet fountain so I can’t say for sure if its slimeier in the pet fountain than any other fountain I’ve used.
Pet water fountains are the first thing that you should look for in the pet aisle of your local pet shop. They are used for a variety of reasons, but a possible cause for concern is slime. A pet shop that uses a soap dispenser that is designed for pets might be putting slime in the water. To test for slime, you can put some dish soap into the fountain and then let it sit at room temperature.
The dish soap should be perfectly clean of any slime. However, if the water continues to run down the sides of the dish, it might contain some. To test again, you can try pouring the soap into a glass measuring cup and measure out the liquid.