Enjoy Litter Box Odors Throughout Your Entire Home with Everywair

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Self-cleaning litter box manufacturer AutoPets™ launches Everywair, the feline atmospheric distribution system.

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AutoPets is thrilled to announce the launch of Everywair, the feline atmospheric distribution system that circulates litter box smells throughout your entire home. The new product utilizes the existing HVAC system to pull feline atmospheric molecules from a traditional litter box and distribute them evenly to every room in the house.

“We are so pleased to finally be able to bring the feline atmospheric distribution system to life,” says Brad Baxter, President and inventor of the Litter-Robot. “We repeatedly hear from our customers that they want to be able to smell the litter box in every room of the home, not just the one that contains the litter box.”

Everywair requires an easy two-step installation: Homeowners simply place the Everywair atmospheric collection hood above their cat’s traditional litter pan, then connect the Everywair distribution hose from the hood to the HVAC system. When the heat or air conditioning turns on, Everywair uses the existing negative pressure in the HVAC system to pull the atmospheric molecules from the litter box and circulate them throughout the home.

“Everywair does a lot more than just distribute litter box odor,” says David Saterstad, Director of Marketing. “We’ve had customers say it changes the energy of their home. It inspires them, makes them more creative. Some people even use it as an alarm clock—a fresh blast of motivation to jump out of bed in the morning.”

The feline atmospheric distribution system does not complement the company’s flagship product, the automatic, self-cleaning Litter-Robot. The Litter-Robot sifts waste and reduces odors so effectively that Everywair does not have sufficient feline atmospheric molecules required for distribution. Therefore, it is recommended that you use a traditional litter pan with Everywair.

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