I was wondering the same thing. I may buy both this and the paper pellet bedding and weigh the bags. It's lovely how they make it so the consumer can't compare the quantities for a given price point. The first answer to your question was unhelpful...not that this is terribly helpful either!
I have used both this and the paper pellet for my guinea pigs and both work well. They are far better at controlling odor than anything, including the fancy name brand soft paper litter, that I have tried.
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That depends on the product in question.
Compressed paper bedding has a different density to corn cob bedding. Ditto for weight.
The Liter value, as I recall, is the uncompressed size - for liquids... solid materials are not given liter values. They're given gram (or pound) values and are not directly compatible, since the relevant usage is different. The material stores x amount of liquid as determined in liters, but the weight you carry would be in kilograms (thousands of grams) or pounds.
Why do you need to know the pound value? Bad back? A store clerk might be able to weigh the bag you're interested in purchasing, or a web search could reveal the actual package weight.
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