Corn Litters

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Cat litter

made of corn

Why corn litter? Key features of corn litter:


Natural and safe

Corn litter is made of natural and biodegradable material, which is not dangerous for the cat, even in the case of consumption of single pellets


Efficient and convenient to use

Corn cat litter clumps well and quickly. You need to remove only clumps and droppings from the litter box. Litter can be disposed of in your plumbing system or composted. The packaging is light and handy.


It absorbs unpleasant odors well

An important feature of this type of litter is the high efficiency of the absorption of the characteristic unpleasant odor of cat urine. What is more, you can also choose a cat litter with an additional scent, making it even more pleasant to use.


Corn litter is a relatively new product, which was developed to meet the expectations of the most demanding cats and their owners.

It is a cat litter made from natural raw materials – plant fibers made from corn, so cat owners can be sure that the litter is not only friendly to their four-legged friends, but also to the environment.

Disposing of corn litter in the toilet

You can conveniently and without concern dispose of clumped litter in the plumbing system. Even the hardest clumps disintegrate in contact with water without leaving any toxic substances. It should be remembered that the used litter in the form of clumps should be removed on an ongoing basis, which is an additional measure to ensure hygienic cat toilet and limit the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms

NOTE: check local regulations for disposal of contaminants in the plumbing system.

Super Benek Corn Gold

It is a cat litter which is characterized by shapely rollers with a smooth and regular surface, which, in addition to high absorbency, have properties that limit their spread outside the litter box.

Super Benek Corn

Available scents: natural, fresh grass, sea breeze.
Information: it binds unpleasant odors and urine well, does not generate dust, does not hurt the cat’s paws, it is very efficient.

Corn cat litter how often to replace?

Corn litter has great clumping properties, so there is no need for daily removal of the entire substrate. Remove clumps and droppings using a spatula, and then refill with new, clean litter in the same amount as has been removed. Replacing the entire substrate and washing the litter box daily is not necessary. In the case of one cat and a standard frequency of use, it is sufficient to carry out complete cleaning every 3-4 weeks.

Keep in mind a few important issues that will optimize the performance of corn litter and maximize its useful life.

How to use corn litter?

Preferably, the litter box should be filled with a 5-6 cm layer of litter. As cats tend to dig in the litter box, it could result in a space left where there is no litter. If your cat relieves itself in such a place, not only can it get its paws dirty, but also leave an unwelcome surprise for its owner to clean. After you pour litter into the litter box (from a short distance, so as not to crush pellets), it is worth remembering to shake it from side to side. In this way, the smallest grains that could be carried out of the litter box move to the bottom.
Clumps gain an optimum hardness after about 30 minutes. Then, you can remove the used substrate without risking spilling weakly bound clumps and refill the litter box with the same amount of litter that has been removed. Solid waste should be removed on an ongoing basis.
As with any substrate, you should remember to keep the litter in a dry place. If moisture penetrates the bag with litter or directly the litter box, it can lead to infection with mold contained in the moist air, which will significantly reduce the performance of the litter.