Cat Litter

Cat Litter

This is perfect cat litter. It is made from waste corn. is 99% dust free and can be used as compost and is flushable.

  • Ok these are the bomb. gdiapers are plastic-free, you can flush, compost or even toss them. The little starter kit comes with two little g'pants 10 diaper refills, two plastic liners, and instruction guide. I use these and love th... Ok these are the bomb. gdiapers are plastic-free, you can flush, compost or even toss them. The little starter kit comes with two little g'pants 10 diaper refills, two plastic liners, and instruction guide. I use these and love them. they fit well and absorb just as good as any mainstream diapie. baby's carbon footprint can be smaller :)

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  • I have not tried this litter and I worry about another use for corn, but it's got to be better than clay. This litter is supposed to clump better and is safe for flushing (though California does not encourage flushing). No perfum... I have not tried this litter and I worry about another use for corn, but it's got to be better than clay. This litter is supposed to clump better and is safe for flushing (though California does not encourage flushing). No perfumes, clays, silica (bad to breathe) or other chemicals found in regular litter. Biodegradable. Long lasting.

  • Finally, a baby diaper compromise!! Imagine a diaper that can be flushed! This innovative diaper has a reusable cloth outer shell, and an inner flushable liner. I actually don't have kids, and so can't say I've used this product, ... Finally, a baby diaper compromise!! Imagine a diaper that can be flushed! This innovative diaper has a reusable cloth outer shell, and an inner flushable liner. I actually don't have kids, and so can't say I've used this product, but have been searching for a realistic and affordable diaper solution for years, for when the time comes. (I'm a little wary of cloth diapers, because we are away from home a lot.) I hope that someone out there who has swathed their little darling in these can provide a more in-depth review, because I am just dying to hear how they work!