"Anti-Bactaria" Liquid for toys

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Old 06-08-08, 07:43 AM
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"Anti-Bactaria" Liquid for toys

Hi All,
Recently I repaired my son toy that was broken,
The toy contains a liquid with stuff floating on it.
The Liquid was leaking, so i had to seal it and refill.
I refilled it with TAP WATER and it worked fine. After few days the water was contaminated with something white that looked like a bacteria / fungi (something organic that was grown every day).
The water become so unclear so I have to remove them.
I can't fill it with solvent because this toy has a delicate plastic pump and valves and I'm afraid it will destroy it.

NOW AFTER THIS LONG STORY COME MY QUESTION -

What kind of liquid these toys are filled with? is there a DIY substitute.

by the way, the original liquid looked kind of oily.

Many Thanks,
Lior
 
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Old 06-08-08, 08:51 AM
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My guess would be liquid glycerin which is a thick liquid which is made from animal fats and vegetable oils. Check at your local pharmacy.
 
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