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    Oxbow pure comfort bedding

    Hi everyone,
    so I was wondering if anyone has tried "Oxbow Pure Comfort" bedding. It looks a bit cheaper than care fresh, and a couple of reviews said it was better. Has anyone tried it? Because I don't really like the new price of carefresh :/

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    Re: Oxbow pure comfort bedding

    I haven't tried it but it seems like good bedding because its from oxbow

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    Re: Oxbow pure comfort bedding

    It's not as good as carefresh, which you can find inexpensive http://www.drsfostersmith.com/

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    Re: Oxbow pure comfort bedding

    I think it's a personal preference on whether it's as good as Carefresh. Sometimes people donate it to the rescue. I personally think it's not as dusty as Carefresh. The white kind seems too fluffy, though, so we usually mix it with shavings.

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    Re: Oxbow pure comfort bedding

    Quote Originally Posted by foggycreekcavy View Post
    I think it's a personal preference on whether it's as good as Carefresh. Sometimes people donate it to the rescue. I personally think it's not as dusty as Carefresh. The white kind seems too fluffy, though, so we usually mix it with shavings.

    So it would be good to put in sleeping areas?

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