Does anyone know how to prevent cat litter smell?

I use one that is supposedly odor free but I still worry about it.

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  • if you worry about it, get a trusted friend to come to your house. We are acclimated to our own home, but visitors are not. See what they have to say and go from there.

  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 25, 2018
    Try a different brand, multicat litter is more effective in controlling odor. I buy Safeway brand in 40 lb box. It also depends on what your cat will use, LOL. You can also use one of those Frebreeze plug-ins nearbuy to control odor.

  • Faith J MacWatters Faith J MacWatters on Jan 25, 2018
    We use a litter made from wheat called swheat scoop. We use it in a covered litter, with 2 cats and we only clean it weekly. It really keeps the smell down.

  • Fix It Jen Fix It Jen on Jan 25, 2018
    Best solution, keep it in a cabinet or closed space! Failing that, I'd sprinkle baking soda in it too, and just keep up with cleaning it!

  • I always clean thoroughly the boxes once per month - dump the litter & scrub with bleach. Refill with fresh litter. Then I add baking soda to the box as needed - maybe 2x/wk. I also scoop the boxes 2x/day. Always get the soiled litter out of your house immediately. If you are fastidious there won't be too much odor. Good luck. A fresh nose will also tell you if you're nose-blind. And your furry friends will be happy 2.

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 25, 2018
    Clean your litter box more often that will help control the smell. Also some cats don't bury their poop. That also leads to smell.

  • Trish106 Trish106 on Jan 25, 2018
    I always mix baking soda in my litter pan. It is cheaper than the litter and add the baking soda. the large box it goes a long way. I also scoop litter at least once a day mostly twice. my cats will not use a dirty box.

  • Sherris Sherris on Jan 26, 2018
    Have you tried the new Arm & Hammer SLIDE cat litter. It is fantastic and doesn't stick to the litter pan. Reasonably priced.