When things get too messy just fold it up and throw it out!
Dimensions: 17L x 12.75W x 9H in (43L x 32W x 23H cm)
Clean litter box. Happy cat.
We recommend replacing Flip paperboard liners when there are signs of wear and tear to keep bacteria and odor in check. The longevity of the liners depends on how much litter is used, how many cats use the litter box, and how ferociously they scratch. Daily scooping and sustaining the litter level at 2-3 inches (5-7.5 cm) will maximize the life of the liners.
I had high hopes that the paper would hold up but it didn’t. My cat destroyed in in a few days. Also, it absorbed a lot of liquid. It was a mess to get out of the box. I am very happy the regulator liners are back in stock now.
Please bring back the Type F liners asap
This liner lasted exactly 3 days before disintegrating into a sodden mess. Yes, I have a special needs cat, but that is why I need the Type F liner and not some cardboard. And yes, our cardboard tray was filled to the fill line with litter, and we clean out our trays twice a day. This product was a complete waste of money, and, at this rate, I will need to replace the litter box itself if the cat pee keeps coming into contact with the plastic of the litter box.
When will you bring back the Type F liners?
So far, so good!
Got the paper liners for my Flip litter box because the liners have been out so often. They work better than I expected! Probably going to stick with these from now on 😁
Get the liner back in stock.
Poor construction, everything seeps through. They need to get the liner back in stock.
Hi Jarrod, we're sorry to hear this! Depending on how many cats are using it, be sure to add more litter and fill to the recommended level listed on the liner. We highly recommend using at least 3-4 inches of natural clumping litter. The Type F Flip Liners are now restocked as well.