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Flip Paperboard Liners (6-Pack)

Flip paperboard liners are a disposable alternative to the Flip tarp liners. They are constructed of a single, seamless, coated sheet of recycled paperboard. The Flip paperboard liners are liquid tight, scratch-resistant and can last up to a month. Simply unfold a liner, drop inside the Flip Litter Box and secure with the Flip paperboard liner band. When things get too messy just fold it up and throw it out!

Dimensions: 17L x 12.75W x 9H in (43L x 32W x 23H cm)

* This product requires the Flip paperboard liner band for use (sold separately).

NOTE: A clean litter box makes for a healthy and happy cat. We recommend replacing Flip paperboard liners when there are signs of wear and tear to keep bacteria and odor in check. The longevity of the liners depends on how much litter is used, how many cats use the litter box, and how ferociously they scratch. Daily scooping and sustaining the litter level at 2-3 inches (5-7.5 cm) will maximize the life of the liners.

Customer Reviews

Based on 201 reviews
Peter H.

Flip Paperboard Liners (6-Pack)

So far, so good!

Got the paper liners for my Flip litter box because the liners have been out so often. They work better than I expected! Probably going to stick with these from now on 😁

Jarrod S.
Get the liner back in stock.

Poor construction, everything seeps through. They need to get the liner back in stock.

Hi Jarrod, we're sorry to hear this! Depending on how many cats are using it, be sure to add more litter and fill to the recommended level listed on the liner. We highly recommend using at least 3-4 inches of natural clumping litter. The Type F Flip Liners are now restocked as well.

A C.n.S.
Flap does not hold up

This is a more eco friendly option but the corner flaps do not stay up. I have a paw to cover cat and it has only been a week. Hoping the next one will stay on better with tape

Sally N.
Great substitute

Modkat is currently out of the Type F liners so I bout the paper ones instead. They work great and I will use them until the liners are back in stock!