Designed for use with the ScoopFree automatic litter box, this package includes six refill trays that come pre-filled with Premium Blue crystal litter. Premium Blue crystal litter offers unbeatable odor control and absorbs wetness on contact. Just open the pre-packaged litter tray, slide the tray into the automatic litter box, and store the tray cover under the litter tray for later disposal. One litter tray filled with Premium Blue litter lasts as long as 30 pounds of the leading clay litter. Recommended litter-tray replacement varies by the number of cats using the litter box, however. For one cat, replace the tray every 20 to 30 days; for two cats replace it every 10 to 15 days; for three cats replace every 7 to 10 days. Toss the old tray away without seeing, touching, or smelling messy waste.
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I have used the Littermaid Elite litterbox. It is not as loud as the scoop free and has a solid tray so that any litter may be used. It also has a timer so you have the option of it raking through the litter every time your cat uses it or having it rake the litter at a set time once a day. One thing to remember about the ‘use any litter’ models is that any litter really shouldn’t be used. Clay litters can become to heavu for the rake causing the motor to burn out. The best litter to use for automatic litter boxes are crystals, corn, pine, or wheat clay free fast clumping litters. Brands such as World’s Best Cat Litter, Swheat Scoop, Nature’s Miracle Litter, Feline Pine and now Blue Buffalo Litter.
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…litter box trays* Uses Premium Blue Crystals cat litter* Low tracking and awesome odor control* 99% dust free PetSafe ScoopFree Premium Blue Crystals Litter Trays are compatible with: ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Litter Box ScoopFree Slide Litter Box
Feb 13, 2013 - Does anyone use crystal cat litter
After the Unfortunate Comforter Incident of ’08 (see above), I ran out to one of the few stores still open that night and grabbed the only non-clay litter I could find: these blindingly bright blue and white crystals. It wasn’t until later that I learned that this silica-based litter is readily inhaled by both humans and felines and has been linked to respiratory problems like lung cancer, bronchitis, and in some cats, a fatal form of tuberculosis. Good thing I wouldn’t have recommended it anyway — the crystals have a strong perfume-y smell and were quite noticeably crunchy (read: loud!) whenever Bella used the box.The unit insures an odourless environment with the use of SF signature disposable cardboard crystal litter trays, literally all you have to do is load the ScoopFree litter tray and you are ready to go.
The SF features premium blue cat litter crystals which absorb any moisture and eliminates any traces of odor from emitting into the the air.