Does Cat Litter Absorb Oil?

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Most cat litter is made of clay and therefore absorbs oils. Clay is usually very absorbent that it can take on its weight in moisture and thereafter remain solid.
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The original kitty litter was made from hardened clay-based granules of zeolite, diatomite and sepiolite that originally cleaned up small oil or chemical spills in workshops. Clay
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To soak up oil, use cat litter, saw dust or even dirt. They'll all suck it
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when you add cat litter to any grease or oil stain then minerals inside get the stain out.
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most people use baking soda and/or baby powder. sprinkle it at the bottom of the box before putting the litter in, and i will sometimes sprinkle a light layer on top afterward too.
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