DuraScoop®

The Only Real Tool for Cleaning the Litter Box. Won't Bend or Break. Clumping litter can get, well, clumpy.

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Why DuraScoop® ?

Won't Bend or Break

Clumping litter can get, well, clumpy. If you have multiple cats in your home, you know what we mean. The DuraScoop gets through the toughest clumps.

Light Weight

In spite of its large size, the DuraScoop weighs a mere 10 ounces - about the same as an average aluminum garden trowel.

Easy on Your Hands!

Designed to fit your hand just like other well-designed hand tools, it is also perfectly balanced to help reduce strain on the wrist.

Real tool pure and simple

The DuraScoop is a real tool pure and simple. In fact, it should be considered a "sifting shovel" rather than a litter scoop, since that's what it is a light weight hand shovel with slots.

Large Capacity Blade

The DuraScoop Original's shovel-like blade is big enough (5-1/2" W x 6" L x 1-3/4" D) to handle your largest clumps yet is still light weight.

Ergonomic Handle

The DuraScoop's long handle keeps your hand up and out of the soiled litter. And its soft, textured grip makes it comfortable to hold.

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Other Uses for the DuraScoop®

Well, if you thought the DuraScoop was just a cat litter scoop, think again!

In the snow

The DuraScoop is great for spreading salt on walkways and driveways. It enables specific targeting unlike traditional spreaders.

On the beach

The DuraScoop is great for sifting sea shells from dry sand or as the ideal beach shovel for digging in wet sand.

In the garden

The DuraScoop is great for sifting out medium and small rocks from dry, tilled soil.

At the front door

The DuraScoop can be used to clean out commercial and outdoor ashtrays, separating butts from sand.

In the factory

The DuraScoop can be used for separating any small items from aggregate or liquid.

At the archaeological dig

The DuraScoop can be used to separate small artifacts such as pottery shards or arrow heads from dry dirt and clay.