Sift Clean Litter Liners Review

| November 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Sift Clean LinersI don’t use litter liners.  So when the opportunity presented itself to do a Sift Clean Litter Liners Review, I was doubtful to even try them.  But many times I have to think of Floppycats’ readers and I know there are some of you that use litter liners, so I decided to suck it up and try them out.

This brings up a good point – if you follow our reviews, it’s important to know a few things.  If I receive a product for review and it is a flop, I will not put a review on the site as I just think it’s bad karma to cut a product down here.

So every product that makes our Tuesday review slot is a decent product.  Yes, some I am more crazy about than others.

Sift Clean Litter Liners and Boots

Sift Clean Litter Liners and Boots

I have often found Litter Liners to be a pain in the buttah.  But these were relatively easy and I liked the idea of these for someone like my brother that doesn’t do a good job with scooping his litter box – much to his sister’s dismay!  I did bring the litter liners to my brother’s house and his cat, Boots (pictured), tried them out.  This was before we figured out what the huge rubberband in the packet was for though – so these are not properly secured!

These are so easy – they are plastic sheets that have holes in the bottom.  They are connected to the litter box with a rubber band.  And they stay in place – we tested them for a week and the cats didn’t notice the flimsy plastic that was under their litter at all.  And they are easy to pick up and sift – the sifting takes a little longer than I want it to, but that’s why I am a litter scooper rather than a litter sifter!  I do think these are a great option for you if you like litter liners or if you hate scooping the litter box.  You can see what I mean in the videos below!

Here is our arrival video:

When we were originally contacted by Sift Clean, I suggested they needed a video to show us how they worked, so we put one together:

You can buy Sift Clean Litter Liners on their website – 1 pack is $6.99 and you can in different increments to save more money by buying in bulk.

We received the Sift Clean Litter Liners from the manufacturer. Receiving the free product did not influence this review.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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