introducing new & improved
total odor elimination is here!
sWheat Scoop, Mother Nature’s cat litter, uses the natural goodness of wheat to make smelly pet odors disappear. With the addition of Noble Ion Technology, our exclusive odor eliminating technology, to all three of our New & Improved formulas sWheat Scoop is now stronger, faster and sWheater than ever. But that’s not all.
Our ingredients are flushable, biodegradable and made of 100% renewable resources so everything we take from the earth can go right back into the ground. All that odor fighting power without the added dyes, perfumes or harmful ingredients typically found in clay litter gets you a litter that’s better for cats, people and the planet.
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what is Noble Ion® Technology?
sWheat Scoop’s exclusive Noble Ion® Technology is the all-natural process of infusing wheat with a liquid containing billions of positive ions that neutralize the negative ions found in litter box odor. The odor is eliminated naturally without masking the smell with artificial fragrances.
switching your cat to sWheat Scoop in 2 easy steps
Let’s ease into this together:
- Fill your empty litter box with 3 inches of sWheat Scoop, and pour 1 inch of your current brand on top.
- Repeat this process when you change the litter, but only add a half-inch of the other brand.
Now, wasn’t that easy?
don't rush your flush
Yes, sWheat Scoop is flushable**.
Here’s the simple and sWheat 3-step process when flushing your litter:
|Too much of a good thing is not always a good thing, so scoop litter clumps into the toilet, but not so much that it overflows.|
|Let clumps sit for 20 minutes (this allows them to break up and become easier to move through your septic system.)|
California residents and toxoplasmosis information
California Residents: According to CA Law AB 2485, encouraging your cat to use an indoor litter box, or properly disposing of outdoor cat feces, is beneficial to overall water quality. Please do not flush cat litter down toilets or dispose of it outdoors in gutters or storm drains. As with any litter, veterinarians recommend changing the litter box completely at least once a month. Entire contents should be disposed of in the trash, not the toilet. As you would with any litter, always wash hands thoroughly after scooping or litter box cleaning. Because cat feces can transmit parasites that cause toxoplasmosis, pregnant women and people with suppressed immune systems should avoid any litter box maintenance.
*Noble Ion® Technology is a registered trademark of Zavada Scientific, LLC.
**sWheat Scoop does not recommend flushing the litter into a sump pump hole that has to pump the litter uphill.