Cat Litter - Will this...?

absorb general room odours even if there is no cat?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    No. Try setting out baking soda in a dish to absorb odours in the air. Change about every 2-3 days until order is under control. Then, once a week. (Use about a half cup in a cereal sized bowl.) Sprinkle a little on your carpet 5 minutes before vaccuming to freshen the carpet as well. To sweeten your bed, sprinkle some on the bare mattress and let set about an hour, then vaccum off.

  • 1 decade ago

    Some will...I use a natural pine for the litter and it absorbs odours...the clay ones do not

  • 1 decade ago

    Cat litter does not absorb general oders. I have a cat and know this. If you take baking soda and put it in a small container around your house it really absorb oders and doesn't cost much.

  • No. But if you want an odour neutralizer, I use Air Wick room spray 2 in 1. It neutralizes plus it adds a nice scent as well.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Probably not. Its just clay with deodorizers. Try a room freshener. I have found success with the sprinkle and vaccuum type.

  • 1 decade ago

    No...it IS good for cleaning up vomit and sanding your driveway and sidewalks to avoid ice

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