I use both bleach and vinegar from time to time- never had problems.

The motor on my Drinkwell fountain has died - anybody know where to 
get a new one?

Gloria


At 12:05 PM 9/7/2008, you wrote:
>Also for the volunteers ~ Is white vinegar an acceptable alternative?
>I emailed Drinkwell about how to avoid the slimy cord issue that I encounter
>if I wash it only weekly. They have ignored me. This is happening with the
>platinum but did not with the original model.
>Laurie
>
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>Subject: [Felvtalk] OT: Proper way to bleach drinking fountains?
>
>Hey guys,
>
>I know several of you volunteer in shelters or run rescues, and I wanted
>to ask your advice on the proper way to bleach the automatic drinking
>fountains for cats.  I am so afraid I'm going to leave bleach residue or
>damage the parts.  Do you leave the motor running and let the bleach run
>through the fountain, and then rinse it out?  Or do you take it apart and
>bleach only the plastic parts?  Do you rinse with hot water?  How do you
>make sure you get all the bleach out?
>
>Thank you for any advice you may have!
>:)
>Wendy
>  "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change
>the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has!"     ~~~ Margaret
>Meade ~~~
>
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