Easyology Cat Litter Mat Review

Product: Easyology Cat Litter Mat

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StuffCatsWant Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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Easyology Premium Cat Litter Mat Product Overview

This Easyology Cat Litter Mat is a top of the line mat designed to help control litter tracking in the house. I’ve featured it in my top 10 best cat litter mats article for exactly this reason. If you’ve got a cat or cats that are prone to dragging litter all over the place then you should consider an Easyology mat.

The mat covers a large surface area and is made of a very durable material that is specifically designed to grab at litter and other “stuff” that might be stuck to your cat’s paws. It does a great job of this and successfully stops the bulk of litter from being carted all over.

As an added benefit it is one of the few litter mats out there that comes with a built in non slip backing on it so it won’t slide all over wood or tile floors.  Easyology has a ton of different colors to choose from, most other mats only come in black or beige.

I don’t personally have a CatGenie, but numerous people have indicated that this product successfully captures CatGenie granules without any problem. Getting them out is a bit more of a hassle though if you want to put them back into the system.

easyology cat litter mat easy cleanThe Pros:

  • It is large in size to cover a wide area outside of the litter box (or boxes)
  • It is very affordable compared to most large and effective litter mats
  • It comes in a huge variety of colors
  • It has a no-slip backing built into it
  • It is easy to vacuum litter out of it
  • It is very durable and easy to beat the litter out of and wash the litter out with a hose
  • It doubles as a doormat if you want a decent doormat

The Cons:

  • It isn’t waterproof so vomit/urine can leak through to the floor. Note it is only listed as water resistant, but just calling this out
  • It isn’t nearly as easy to empty the litter out of as mats like the Blackhole Litter Mat
  • It can be a hassle to clean due to its size and that things like stray poo and vomit stick to it

How to Use It Best:

  • Clean the product frequently to keep it from getting gross
  • Soaking it in water & dish soap will make it easy to rinse most things off
  • A vacuum works great to clean up initial layers or bits of litter
  • Blot up any urine or vomit before it has a chance to soak through

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Will it slide around on carpet and wood floors?
    • No, it specifically has a slide proof backing built into it to prevent this.
  • easyology cat litter mat large sizeDo things get stuck in the fibers?
    • Yes, things will get stuck in the fibers. The mat is easy to beat out against wall though and that will remove most of them. You can also wash it with a hose or shower head without any problem.
  • Is the mat waterproof?
    • It is not waterproof so liquids (urine and vomit) can soak through to the floor below.
  • Could you cut this mat to fit a smaller space?
    • Yes, using a utility knife or a pair of very sharp scissors you could cut the mat to fit a specific size.
  • Can you clean the mat in case of an accident or vomit?
    • Yes, soap and water can be used to clean the mat, a shower head or shower sprayer on a hose will help clean the small holes out.
  • How big is it?
    • 35 inches x 23 inches

Compare The Easyology Mat To Other Top Mats

Wrapping It up:

The Easyology Cat Litter Mat is another excellent mat if you’ve got a litter tracking problem at home. The biggest differentiator for this particular product is the large size and the fact that it has a built in no slip pad on the back. The biggest drawback is that it isn’t waterproof which may be a deal breaker for many people, especially if you’ve got a cat prone to missing the litter box.

If you’ve used the Easyology Mat and have any addition experience or info you’d like to share please comment below or shoot me a note at Craig@StuffCatsWant.com so I can update this article to reflect your thoughts.

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References: Easyology Cat Litter Mat Website

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10 thoughts on “Easyology Cat Litter Mat Review

  • October 23, 2017 at 4:00 pm

    Awesome. Thanks for the information! This would be a great gift for the cat lover. It seems like a great product for keeping the house tidy. Cats can be messy so it important to keep the area up to par. It also looks attractive when you have your litter box sitting on something like this opposed to it being on the floor. Keep up the helpful information!

  • October 23, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    This is a very helpful review. I’d heard of this mat, and had actually considered buying it. Now, knowing that the fibers like to trap particles, I may look elsewhere. Maybe I’ll take a look at your Blackhole Litter Mat. Could be a winner!

    • October 23, 2017 at 6:53 pm

      Yes, the trapping can be a bit frustrating to clean from time to time, but it depends on the type of litter and your specific needs! The Blackhole or iPrimio mats are both good options if you mostly just find loose litter all over.

  • October 24, 2017 at 12:08 am

    Such a great review. I could have used one of these for a former member of my kitty tribe, I will put it on my list for when we add to the family again 🙂

    • October 24, 2017 at 4:06 am

      Glad you found it helpful. Thanks for reading!

  • October 24, 2017 at 12:26 am

    Honestly Craig, the fact that waterproofing isn’t there as well as fibers hold back particles in it and you have to thrash it against the wall to shake them off, are rather big negatives to my mind. However, I will need to use it to see its feasibility.
    Thank you for the review of this product

    • October 24, 2017 at 4:08 am

      Well, the fibers holding in the litter is considered a positive because it stops the litter from getting tracked throughout the house. There’s a noted trade off between less litter scattered throughout the house and whacking a rug against a wall once or twice a week. That being said, you are certainly right that you’ll need to make a personal choice on that front. If you don’t like this type of mat you can consider the Blackhole or iPrimio.

  • October 25, 2017 at 1:01 am

    Thanks for the review. Litter residues on the floor drive me crazy any time I step on them barefooted.

    • October 25, 2017 at 1:09 am

      It is one of the most frustrating things ever isn’t it? Yuck! Sticks to the bottom and then you just have to wipe it off, then you feel like you need to wash your hands. It is a never ending cycle!


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