What is the very best cat litter for odor control?
Best Overall: Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Ultra Unscented Clumping Clay Cat Litter. This clumping litter, which is made of medium-grain clay, is almost entirely dust-free, and does a great job at controlling odors. It’s suitable for sifting and mechanical litter boxes.
How do I keep my litter box from smelling?
7 Ways to Reduce Litter Box Smell (and Messes)
- Scoop Daily. The best way to reduce litter box smells is to get rid of the stuff that’s smelly.
- Wash Thoroughly.
- Replace the Boxes.
- Add More Well-Sized Boxes.
- Baking Soda.
- Clean Messes Quickly and Thoroughly.
Can you add baking soda to cat litter?
Add baking soda to the litter. It makes a great all-natural deodorizer for your litter box. Some people ask if baking soda is safe for cats, and the answer is an unqualified yes! Baking soda is non-toxic, and by mixing a little of it with the litter, you can help absorb pet urine odors.
Does cat litter absorb smells?
Aside from its primary use for our feline friends, cat litter is an especially effective odor-dispeller throughout the house. Its clay composition gives it magnet-like properties when it comes to absorbing foul odors. In most cases the odor will be gone overnight. Cat litter also can eliminate odors in garbage cans.
Can you put baking soda in litter box?
Many people use scented litter or air freshener to mask litter box odors, but often times, these odors can be offputting to cats. A thin layer of baking soda placed on the bottom of the box will help absorb odors without repelling your cat.
Can you sprinkle baking soda on cat litter?
Why does my cat’s litter box smell so bad?
When urea, the main component of urine, decomposes, the highly volatile ammonia is released, and as cats have higher levels of urea than dogs, or even humans, this is multiplied in the litter tray. Humans can detect ammonia at very small concentrations, and it has a particularly fishy smell.