Finally, a lightweight litter that doesn’t act lightweight. Now revolutionary odor control comes in a lightweight litter that’s easy to carry, pour, and store.

  • 7-Day Odor Control, Guaranteed
  • 50% Lighter Than Our Regular Litters
  • 100% Dust Free

Available in Multi-Cat Scented and Unscented, with powerful odor neutralizers.

50% Lighter

Each box contains the same amount of uses as our regular clumping litter, at half the weight.

100% Dust Free

No more dust clouds when pouring or scooping. Floors stay cleaner for a happy, healthy home.


Moisture-activated Micro-Granules form a tight seal around cat waste odor.


Heavy-duty odor eliminators plus ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda destroy sealed-in odors on contact.

7-Day Guarantee

Experience the confidence of 7-day odor control—guaranteed.

No Crumbly Clumps

Plant-derived particles help create solid clumps for easy scooping.

Soft Touch

Made with fine micro-particles, your cat will love the softer feel.

ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Cat Litter FAQs:

ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter is lightweight because it contains wood fibers, which is lower in density compared to our regular clumping litters.
ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter provides 7-day odor control, but weighs 50% less than our regular litter.
ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter is 100% dust free due to new proprietary ingredients and a new manufacturing process.
A proprietary adhering ingredient "glues" the smaller particles of the litter to the feces and helps form hard urine clumps.
A unique process reduces dust and minimizes product tracking out of the litter box.
If you're not completely satisfied, we'll refund your purchase price.
ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter has a fresh scent that activates every time your cat uses the litter box.
Yes, ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Multi-Cat Litter has powerful odor neutralizers that are designed to work for multiple cats.
Yes, all ARM & HAMMER™ Cat Litters contain pure ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda
Store in a dry place. If clumping cat litter comes in contact with water, clumps will form. However, it will not be affected by humidity.
Recyclable, but only where appropriate recycling facilities exist.
Toxoplasmosis is a condition caused by a parasite sometimes found in cat feces. Wash your hands thoroughly after handling used cat litter. Pregnant women and those with suppressed immune systems should always be especially careful to do so. Unused ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Cat Litter in its original package does not contain these parasites.
ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter is safe when used as directed. During its development, ARM & HAMMER™ Clump & Seal™ LightWeight Litter was evaluated by numerous consumers (and their cats) with no reported adverse effects.
Feline Urinary Syndrome (FUS) is a common condition that especially affects male cats. Although there are many theories on what causes or contributes to FUS, there is no indication that clumping (or traditional clay) cat litter causes FUS in cats or kittens.
The amount used varies depending on the frequency of litter box usage and the number of cats in your household.
The frequency with which your cat uses the litter box and the number of cats that use the litter box will determine how often the litter box should be changed. Some consumers change their litter box on a regular schedule (every few days, or weekly, or on trash day, etc.); others change it when it looks wet or when odor is noticeable. Remember, as your cat uses the litter box, scoop out soiled clumps and solids. After you remove the odor clumps and solids, replace the discarded litter with a sprinkling of fresh litter, making sure to maintain at least 3-4 inches of litter in the box.
It is not normal for a cat to eat cat litter and it may be a sign of illness. Your veterinarian should be contacted immediately. (Please be assured that should a small amount be ingested during normal grooming, your cat's intestinal tract should naturally move the material through the cat's system.)
Although dogs sometimes eat cat litter and other foreign objects, you should remove the litter box from your dog's reach and contact your veterinarian immediately. Ingestion of litter and foreign objects may indicate illness.
You should dispose of the used litter in the trash. Do not flush litter down the toilet or place it in the drain.