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Good question, Kamariah! The only difference between them is that the dye-free crystals are free of perfumes and dyes. They also come in trays made from recycled material.
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Manufacturer · February 12, 2016
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I keep the lid under the new litter tray and when I am ready to switch it out for the the new tray, I take the wrappings from the new tray, including the cardboard, cello wrapper and plastic litter bag and put them inside the old litter tray and replace the lid. I then tape down the lid on all four sides with clear … see more I keep the lid under the new litter tray and when I am ready to switch it out for the the new tray, I take the wrappings from the new tray, including the cardboard, cello wrapper and plastic litter bag and put them inside the old litter tray and replace the lid. I then tape down the lid on all four sides with clear packing tape, and put the entire box in the trash. see less I keep the lid under the new litter tray and when I am ready to switch it out for the the new tray, I take the wrappings from the new tray, including the cardboard, cello wrapper and plastic litter bag and put them inside the old litter tray and replace the lid. I then tape down the lid on all four sides with clear packing tape, and put the entire box in the trash.
Carole M. Warner
· September 10, 2013
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The case around it is cumbersome. If you just intend to go away and take just the box of litter, it's wonderful. Of course, you will still be responsible for cleaning the poop. Even when I'm home I make sure the poop is cleaned out daily. I can't imagine anyone not doing that. I always put paper towels under the bo… see more The case around it is cumbersome. If you just intend to go away and take just the box of litter, it's wonderful. Of course, you will still be responsible for cleaning the poop. Even when I'm home I make sure the poop is cleaned out daily. I can't imagine anyone not doing that. I always put paper towels under the box after washing the floor. I've never used anything but this. No it can't be folded up and the only waterproof carrier would be a regular plastic one. see less The case around it is cumbersome. If you just intend to go away and take just the box of litter, it's wonderful. Of course, you will still be responsible for cleaning the poop. Even when I'm home I make sure the poop is cleaned out daily. I can't imagine anyone not doing that. I always put paper towels under the box after washing the floor. I've never used anything but this. No it can't be folded up and the only waterproof carrier would be a regular plastic one.
novi777
· December 28, 2017
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I see no difference between the two, the dye-free work just as well (and no dye!).
Melissa B. Ratisher
· February 22, 2016
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One of the many benefits of ScoopFree litter is that it comes with filled trays, does not need to be handled or strained and when replacing it with a fresh filled tray you slip the used tray into the enclosed plastic trash bag for disposal. It's safe and trouble free. Using other containers not only requires more wor… see more One of the many benefits of ScoopFree litter is that it comes with filled trays, does not need to be handled or strained and when replacing it with a fresh filled tray you slip the used tray into the enclosed plastic trash bag for disposal. It's safe and trouble free. Using other containers not only requires more work but also possible unnecessary health exposure. I believe ScoopFree is the best system and product of its type available.
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One of the many benefits of ScoopFree litter is that it comes with filled trays, does not need to be handled or strained and when replacing it with a fresh filled tray you slip the used tray into the enclosed plastic trash bag for disposal. It's safe and trouble free. Using other containers not only requires more work but also possible unnecessary health exposure. I believe ScoopFree is the best system and product of its type available.
Vivian Chandler

V.Chandler
· October 14, 2014
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Non-toxic silica gel.
StateLineTack
Seller · October 2, 2015
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I wonder if it's the supplier you are getting the refills trays from. Make sure your litter is spread evenly across the tray. I've never had that problem but I have noticed that I do need to take mine apart and clean the metal scraping grate some, at some point. Also, I think my cover needs a good cleaning. I hav… see more I wonder if it's the supplier you are getting the refills trays from. Make sure your litter is spread evenly across the tray. I've never had that problem but I have noticed that I do need to take mine apart and clean the metal scraping grate some, at some point. Also, I think my cover needs a good cleaning. I have one cat and I normally change it after it registers 16 or 17 usually. It starts to smell at that point. Still worth every penny. see less I wonder if it's the supplier you are getting the refills trays from. Make sure your litter is spread evenly across the tray. I've never had that problem but I have noticed that I do need to take mine apart and clean the metal scraping grate some, at some point. Also, I think my cover needs a good cleaning. I have one cat and I normally change it after it registers 16 or 17 usually. It starts to smell at that point. Still worth every penny.
Dihiers
· June 29, 2015
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Hello Linda, the ScoopFree Litter Box and trays are specifically designed to work together. If other litter and trays are used, it may result in a damaged rake.
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Manufacturer · March 13, 2017
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This listing is for three pack of trays.
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Manufacturer · March 2, 2017
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I buy the 3-pack for $46.95 (prime) same price at Chewy.com
Lori K Crossan
· March 5, 2019