I haven't tried using it with a liner...I gave them up a while ago. My cats usually end us shredding them so much in the course of doing their business so, for me, the liners became very ineffective.
The bottom of the box is rather big so it would definitely require a large bag. However, the plastic that the box is made out of seems to be sturdier than other litter boxes and I haven't noticed any odor coming from it. As I'm sure you have read, the manufacturer's description claims that it is made from an odor-blocking plastic material and, so far, I have found this to be true.
The top of the box sits very well on the bottom and I clean mine out so often during the day that I typically don't lock it in place. Having said that, it has actually locked itself a couple of times and the lock is VERY strong. I would think that it would lock okay over a liner. In fact, the lock works so well that it might actually tear the liner some but obviously, I can't say for sure.
I guess this isn't much help since you really want to know how to use it with a liner but I thought I would share anyway because if you have multiple cats, I think you would be very happy with this box. I would highly recommend it!
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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Most liners, like you mentioned, are meant for a retangular litter box so no there are no liners made that I know of for corner litter boxes. Have you thought about trying to use cheap trash bags/liners to use in the corner litter box? Basically you would buy a liner/bag that would fit over the entire bottom of the litter box then push the liner down so that it fits inside the box, pour in the litter, then snap on the lid. Now you have a liner. Hope that this is an idea that helps.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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