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Arm and Hammer baking soda   General Discussion

Started May-4 by CC (ccase5); 254 views.
CC (ccase5)

From: CC (ccase5)

May-4

I have two indoor cats and use the Arm and hammer baking soda in their litter boxes. usually sold in cat isle. now my son bought me a huge box at the store. this says Baking soda. The one in the cat isle does not. Is this the same product?? Just wondering. my cats thank you.
judyinohio

From: judyinohio

May-4

Perhaps this is why you use it in the litter boxes?  I don't think there is any difference between buying the "brand name" and the generic .... baking soda is baking soda IMHO.

The quote below is from Wikipedia:

Mild disinfectant

It has weak disinfectant properties,[23][24] and it may be an effective fungicide against some organisms.[25] Because baking soda will absorb musty smells, it has become a reliable method for used book sellers when making books less malodorous.[26]

CC (ccase5)

From: CC (ccase5)

May-4

thanks, i'm going to have to use it regardless. as long as it's mostly the same and my cats don't mind. they share my bathroom!
Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)

May-4

its the same stuff...

I used to buy huge bags of the stuff when I still had kitties..

Now the last bag is probably on its last legs, so I need to get a new one.

Its good for cleaning too...and for clearing drains (cup full of Baking Soda , cup full of vinegar - this foams up quite a bit, followed by a lot of hot water)

CC (ccase5)

From: CC (ccase5)

May-5

I started using the larger box and it isn't as powdery as the one in the cat isle. I try shaking it before using.
Thanks again.
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