Richard's Organics, Litter Deodorizer Powder, 25 oz
UPC Code: 736990070050
- Ecologically Safe and 100% Fragrance Free.
- Zeolite, Baking Soda, Bio-Active Enzymes.
- Bio-Enzymes Instantly Break Down Organic Waste.
- Minerals Neutralize Harsh Urine and Feces Odors.
Richard's Organics 100% Fragrance Free Ecologically Safe Litter Deodorizer keeps litter box and surrounding areas fresh. 100% organic, all natural, and non-toxic. Made with Zeolite, Baking Soda and Bio-Active Enzymes, works quickly keeping your cat's litter box odor-free, and "first-pour" fresh. Bio-Active Enzymes microscopically remove the cause of the odors at the source.
ZEOLITE: A very unique mineral that was formed from the glass component of volcanic ash millions of years ago. It reduces the production of unpleasant odors by absorbing gases such as ammonia.
SODIUM BICARBONATE: Commonly known as baking soda. It is a natural deodorizer and most importantly, it is environmentally safe to use.
BIO-ENZYME SYSTEMS: When added to organic waste, enzymes immediately go to work breaking down the waste and converting it to Carbon Dioxide and Water.
Add about 1/4 cup of Richard's Organics Litter Box Deodorizer on top of litter and mix with litter. Sprinkle additional on top as necessary.
Zeolite, Baking Soda, Bio-Enzymatic Bacteria
About Richard's Organics
Combining pet wellness and pet healing, Richard's Organics is a natural solution for better health. Gentle and effective, these products contain all natural ingredients and are made in the United States.
Keep out of reach of children.
Please note that a parasite in cat's feces can cause toxoplasmosis in pregnant women, children and persons with suppressed immune systems. Always use gloves and wash hands thoroughly after handling soiled litter.
Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The statements on this website and all affiliates have not been evaluated by the FDA. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a trained health care practitioner.