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DIY Decorative Odor Absorbing Floral Vase &
More Ways to Use Cat Litter
Do you have a nosey rosey in your family? Our’s is our cat. She is the nosiest little thing but, so sweet. Well, to me anyway. She has her moments with everyone else in our family but, I can hardly get her to leave my side. I have to admit though, I love being her favorite.
She is such a talker!! Especially, in the morning time. She is a happy little camper in the morning when everyone is waking up. It’s like she has been waiting all night to say good morning. We adopted her from our local animal shelter a few years ago. That’s why I am happy to say because of this promotion I was able to donate $100 to our local Animal Shelter.
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Cat litter is not just for cat litter boxes. I like to use Fresh Step Total Control with the Power of Febreze because it has the odor controlling power of Febreze and a fresh lemongrass scent. You can deodorize more than just your litter box!
Alternative Ways to Use Cat Litter
You don’t want to spray Febreze directly into your refrigerator so, place a little Fresh Step Total Control with the Power of Febreze in a small container in the back of your refrigerator. Place a small container in the bottom of your trash cans while you are at it. This cat litter is wonderful at absorbing odors!
Using a container you can close tight, add enough litter to cover the bottom of the box; about a half inch. Place on top of the litter just about anything you want to remove odors from; like stinky shoes or a musky book.
This is a safe way to remove musk and/or moisture. Seal up tight whatever you choose with a little cat litter in the bottom for a day or two.
In fact, Fresh Step Total Control with the Power of Febreze includes Borate Technology for superior ammonia control and acts as a antimicrobial agent that inhibits the growth of odor-causing bacteria. Bet you didn’t know that, did you?
Here is Nosey Rosey again, as I am trying to set up for a picture….
I love her so much!
DIY Decorative Odor Absorbing Floral Vase
This is so easy and decorative, you are going to wonder why you didn’t think of it before! I am sure you have read lots of articles about placing cat litter in your bathrooms to absorb odor but, who wants to just put out a jar of cat litter!? Not me!
What You Need
- A Vase
- Glass Gems Decorative Accents
- Decorative Fake Flowers
- Fresh Step Total Control with the Power of Febreze
Place your flowers into the vase. Then, add in the decorative accents and about 1/4 cup cat litter.
Place in the restroom or any room you would like to absorb odors.
Do you have any additional ways to use cat litter? Share them with us!
Amy Desrosiers says
I love the way this vase came out! I bet it smells so good too!
Sandra Watts says
Sharing is caring. I pinned. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/502503270904375332/
Shiloh K (mckinneymommas) says
Hey, those are some great ideas! Thanks for the tips on using kitty litter in a creative way!
Jessica K. says
OMG I am trying this ASAP
Wow, cat litter in a vase…who would have thought! Sure wish I was clever like that…that is wht I read bogs, lol. Thanks
Elizabeth Tarlow says
I pinned this https://www.pinterest.com/pin/475903885605125238/.
Who would have thought to do this with a vase of artificial flowers to make them smell good
Amy Green says
Thanks for the tips! What makes these ideas so great is that cat litter is an inexpensive yet voluminous product that can be used for all of these crafts and home improvement projects
Cynthia C says
I never thought to use cat litter for other things. I pinned the flower vase.
Terri Irvin says
Thanks so much for the idea of using kitty litter. I never would have thought of it!
Jeanna Massman says
I love the idea of using kitty litter in a vase with artificial flowers.
How often would you need to change out the litter in the vase? Weekly? Monthly?
I would say about every 3 weeks.
I Love the idea of getting rid of smelly shoes and old book smells! Creative!
NANCY BURGESS says
These are great ideas and I love the vase.
Pamela James says
This is great! I have always had cats, have rescued & volunteered and no one ever mentioned all these awesome ways to use litter! We’ve always know litter had other uses but putting it in fridge? never even considered it! LOL Thanks
Linda Manns Linneman says
I will be picking some of this up from Sam’s Club. These are some great ideas. I also have a cat that could really use this. Thank you for sharing
Ireon Williams says
Thanks for sharing I never thought of these ideas
Sarah Kurtz says
What awesome ideas… I don’t have any cats but I will be picking up cat litter. I love the vase tip. Thank you for sharing!
I didn’t realize there were so many uses for Kitty litter. I don’t have a Cat but I do buy it for the garage floor grease cleanups.
Sherry Compton says
Never thought of cat litter for these…very cool and innovative! I like where you talked about putting Febreze in the back of the fridge. I’m always looking for odor eaters and these are easy and different.
Darlene Maroni says
I have never given cat litter a thought. These are awesome ideas and I will be using them. atleast the bathroom vase one.. and the garbage can…and sneakers for sure. Thank you for sharing these tips.
KATE SARSFIELD says
I love browsing second-hand book stores and cat litter is terrific for getting rid of that awful musty smell!
Sue Mullaney says
I love the pictures of your cat; she’s very beautiful! This is very helpful to know about making a DIY vase to absorb odors; thanks for posting.
I love the way you used it with the vase who would guess what it is! I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m thinking of using cat litter to dry up a spot in the basement where a leak caused a puddle on the floor.