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    Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    Hi again! Has anyone ever used this: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007R6G8JW/...ter_B00EJ67QXA in their piggie's cage? If so, is it effective? How long does one bag last? Thanks!

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    I use it! I love it and so do my girls. I only use it for my 1x2 kitchen though. I buy the medium bag. $18 I think. A bag will last me about a month. I clean the kitchen every 3 days or so. It's super compressed, so it does go farther than you would think.

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    How long do you think the biggest bag would last in a 2x3 with two piggies? Thanks so much!

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    I use it and my boys seem to love it too. The only hard part is because it is so compressed it is hard to get out of the bag. I solved that by dumping it in a big plastic bin and out of the bag it almost filled my bin. I use plastic cake pans for litterboxes and change them daily and my bag has been lasting for several weeks. It is so soft, my pigs sometimes sleep in too when it is clean.

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    My boys loved it. They slept in it even when it wasn't clean. That and with fleece my boys kicked it all over the place. When I used it for the entire cage I loved it. A 2x4 I used 1 bag for about two weeks depending on how much I had to spot clean.

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    I use that in my hamster cages. It is super compressed and you get alot out of it as people said- however it is lighter than say, Carefresh, so when I used it for my piggies they tended to scatter it when they started doing laps. It is a PITA to pick up off the floor because it tends to go everywhere when you are cleaning the cage and stuff- however it vaccuums up easily.

    I don't like the odor conrol as much- Carefresh seemed to do a better job for me and my hamsters.

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    Re: Clean and Cozy. Does anyone use this? Thoughts?

    I tried and failed with fleace. I buy both brands, whichever brand is on sale and stock up. Petstores will run bogo sales online and instore about once a quarter. The key to using less and maximum odor control is lining the cage with recycled newspaper litter. I buy the 20lb bag of fresh news on amazon with free shipping.

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