The Tip To Say Goodbye To Cat Litter Odor (Revealed By My Vet).

What I like less are the unpleasant smells of her litter…

I have tried many commercial litter deodorizers.

Not to mention that these air fresheners are expensive and far from natural.

So much so that my cat no longer wanted to go in its crate.

Fortunately, my vet revealed to me a super effective and economical trick to neutralize cat litter odors.

The simple and economical trick is to sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of the litter box. Look :

What you need

– bicarbonate

– cat litter

How to do

1. Empty and clean the litter box.

2. Once clean, sprinkle at least 1/2 centimeter of baking soda in the bottom of the tray.

sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of the cat's crate

3. Add on top of the usual cat litter.


And There you go ! Thanks to baking soda, no more cat pee smells in the whole house ūüôā

Easy, economical and really practical, right?

This trick is known to all cat professionals to avoid urine odors.

Don’t worry, it’s not at all harmful for Felix’s little paws.

Remember to renew your gravel completely at least once a week. Cats are often very delicate!

For my cat, I remove the droppings after each passage, so the box lasts without problem 1 week.

Why does it work?

Baking soda deodorizes the litter box while absorbing urine and odors.

It also cleans the cash register and prevents the spread of bacteria.

Your turn…

Have you tested this trick to eliminate bad odors from the cat’s crate? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to read you!

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Written by Mark Antoine

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