ScoopFree Litter Tray Refills With Premium Blue Crystals
The ScoopFree® disposable litter tray is the reason you can leave ScoopFree self-cleaning litter boxes alone for weeks at a time. The tray is completely disposable for hands-off convenience. It is pre-filled with Premium Blue litter, which has been proven to provide unbeatable odor control. You don’t have to see, touch, or smell messy waste. Simply replace the disposable tray every few weeks, and your ScoopFree litter box is just like new.
These trays work with ScoopFree and ScoopFree ULTRA self-cleaning litter boxes.
ScoopFree Litter Tray Refills Features:
- Includes Premium Blue Crystals litter that stops odor 5 times better than clay and clumping litter
- Completely disposable, so you don’t have to see, touch, or smell messy waste
- Covered waste trap locks in odor and leaves litter smelling clean and fresh
- Plastic lining creates a powerful barrier to help protect against leakage
- Crystal litter doesn’t clog rake or clump to the bottom of the tray
- Safe for all cats
- Weighs only 6.5 pounds each (includes 4.5 pounds of litter)
- Litter is low tracking and 99% dust-free.
- Absorbs urine on contact and dries solid waste to reduce odor.
- Uses 5 to 10 times less than clay and clumping litter, so there’s less to buy and bring home.
- We recommend replacing the litter tray at least once every 20-30 days for one cat, every 10-15 days for 2 cats, every 7-10 days for 3 cats.
ScoopFree Litter Tray:
- ScoopFree litter trays can be used by themselves as disposable litter boxes. When used this way, either scoop the waste under the waste trap flap or remove entirely as often as needed.
- Mixing the litter daily is also recommended.
- When the tray is ready to be disposed of, simply cover it and toss it in the trash.
ScoopFree Litter Tray Specs:
- Litter tray measures 14-1/2” wide by 22” long by 2-1/2” high
- Weighs 6.5 pounds
- Patents pending
*Kittens less than 6 months old may experience a shortened litter tray life span. Kittens may also have softer stool than mature cats, which increases the likelihood that it may stick to the rake. Cats who consume a diet high in crude fiber, ash, and byproducts may experience a shortened litter tray life span. Cats over 10 years and cats with health problems may also experience a shortened tray life.