Frequently Asked Questions About ScoopFree Slide
|Attach the waste trap lid.|
|Push the rake handle over the litter box frame. Ensure the angled side of the rake handle is facing the front of the litter box as shown in the illustration.|
|Snap the rake handle firmly into place.|
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All ScoopFree litter trays work with all ScoopFree litter boxes, including ScoopFree Slide.
You should change the tray when either of the following occurs:
We recommend replacing the litter tray at least once every 20-30 days for one cat, every 10-15 days for 2 cats and 7-10 days for 3 cats.
Kittens less than 6 months old may experience a shortened litter tray life span. Kittens may also have softer stool than mature cats, which increases the likelihood that it may stick to the rake. Cats who consume a diet high in crude fiber, ash and byproducts may experience a shortened litter tray life span. Cats over 10 years and cats with health problems may also experience a shortened tray life.
When the litter is saturated or the waste trap is full, simply place the cover on the used litter tray and throw it away. Replace the used litter tray with a new one.
To extend the life of your litter tray, do not put any litter underneath the waste trap lid when you pour the litter into the tray. Some users find that mixing the crystal litter once a week also extends the life of the tray. This is extremely beneficial if your cat is ill or has high urine output. It will also benefit cats that do not cover their waste or consistently urinate in the same place. Be sure to mix the crystals from behind the rake and along the sides of the litter box. Do not mix the litter in the waste trap.
Never add litter to your ScoopFree Slide litter box or use another type of litter. The crystal litter is formulated especially for ScoopFree Slide. The amount is carefully pre-measured for optimal performance. Too little or too much litter may cause your ScoopFree Slide to malfunction. You can add two handfuls of your old litter to the crystal litter in your ScoopFree Slide litter box to help your cat adapt when first using the box without risking malfunction.
Using the litter tray for more than 30 days per cat may result in urine leakage and tray breakage.
The disposable litter tray is designed to break down over time.
Most cats adapt easily to ScoopFree Slide. If your cat needs help adjusting, we recommend the following:
ScoopFree Slide has a large 14” x 14” litter bed that can accommodate up to two large cats.
ScoopFree Slide was designed for use with one or two cats. If you have more than two cats, you will need one litter box for every two cats. ScoopFree Slide has about the same or larger litter area and smaller exterior dimensions than other litter boxes.
ScoopFree Slide’s litter bed measures 14" x 14". ScoopFree Slide’s exterior litter box dimensions are 18-½” wide x 27” long x 9” high.
We recommend sliding waste into the waste trap at least once a day for fresh, clean litter.
ScoopFree Slide seldom needs cleaning because of its revolutionary design; surfaces most likely to get soiled are discarded with each litter tray. You may occasionally choose to clean ScoopFree Slide as follows:
No, the privacy hood is not compatible with ScoopFree Slide.