Alternate Uses for Cat Litter + a No Sew, No Glue DIY Cat Bed Tutorial Video!Monday, April 4, 2016
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I am definitely a cat person, but I refrained from getting a cat as an adult for the longest time. Why? The dreaded litter box. The idea of having poop anywhere except the bathroom gave me the heebs, but even worse was thinking about the smell that might linger when guests came over. All of that went out the window when I saw a tiny baby kitty in need. I was keeping her no matter what, but that doesn't mean I have to deal with litter box smells.
My kitty is now the Queen at our house, and her "throne" can be anything but appealing, so my litter has to be the best at odor control. I'm currently using a great one, and not only can you use it to deodorize your kitty's box, you can use it to deodorize other things too. Keep reading to find out some alternate deodorizing uses for cat litter, and also a bonus no sew, no glue DIY cat bed tutorial video!
#2 Deodorizing the trash can. You can pour a scoop of cat litter inside of the trash can to ward off any food odors that might crop up. If you know it's seafood night, you can keep your kitchen trash from smelling like a wharf by using cat litter!
#3 Deodorizing non-washables. Have you ever bought items from a yard sale or second-hand shop, only to bring them home and notice they stink? I find this most often with books that smell like cigarette smoke. You can easily deodorize those items by sealing them up in a box with a layer of cat litter in the bottom. Leave them for a few days and you'll notice that the smell is totally gone. Neat, huh?
Their litter includes Borate Technology for superior ammonia control. It acts as an antimicrobial agent to inhibit the growth of odor-causing bacteria. When my kitty isn't drinking enough water, her urine is super-strong smelling. This litter is great for that, and it has a money-back guarantee, so if it doesn't work for your cat, you can always get a refund.
Aaaaaaand she likes it!