se7enty wrote:even if you think it's hilarious that i goofed the product description up, the fact that it dries faster to reduce tracking can work the way i initially thought. if the solution is sticky on the granules b/c it's not totally drying during the process, they end up everywhere. if the solution dries faster and therefore is less sticky, then there's less tracking. what a novel idea! *rolls eyes*
and in response to the bleach comment, you're full of sh*t and just trying to troll. take that crap elsewhere.
ingredients: Water, bio-enzymatic odor-lock, oxygen boosters, surfactant, isopropyl alcohol, fragrance.
http://www.petco.com/product/109771/Nat ... mover.aspx
http://www.drsfostersmith.com/product/p ... atid=20860
http://www.petsmart.com/product/index.j ... Id=3506556
WHERE in that list does it say it contains bleach?! you need to work on your reading comprehension.
mamalang wrote:I haven't read ALL 17 pages, but has anyone used a vinegar/hydrogen peroxide mix? This mix is a very effective disinfectant, and very safe (hydrogen peroxide degrades to H2O and oxygen). It's not concentrated, but if it is released after draining, it should be effective, no? Maybe I'll add something for scent (essential oil?).
Pele wrote:I think that because the cleaner is applied during drying, that the quat type cleaners are going to be the most effective and least dangerous. Also, since only a quarter ounce is dispensed, concentrates are the way to go.
How many gallons of water are needed to fill up the Cat Genie? One or two? More?
A gallon is 128 ounces, so already the ratio will be 1:512 if it's one gallon.
I think that because the cleaner is applied during drying, that the quat type cleaners are going to be the most effective and least dangerous.
Also, since only a quarter ounce is dispensed, concentrates are the way to go.
CAUTION: This is a concentrated Solution that may be irritating to skin and
eyes, so avoid contact. Do not ingest. Keep out of reach of children. In case of
skin or eye contact, wash with copious amounts of water. If swallowed get medical
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