If you’re going to grow a great organic vegetable garden you first have to grow good soil and to grow good soil compost is going to play a huge part on your homestead.
For a lot of folks some of the most difficult parts of composting are overcoming the undesirable things, one of which is collecting food scraps in their kitchen. I mean nobody wants an unsightly bucket full of food scraps sitting on their counter for a couple days omitting unpleasant odors.
The good news is there is a solution for that, you need a Stainless Steel Odorless Countertop Compost Pail. There are a lot of different designs for these pails and you can pick one that matches the decor of your kitchen but this is the one we like.
Features of this compost pail:
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION This Kitchen Compost Bin is made from Stainless Steel (food grade 410) for strength and durability. No joins or seams mean a leak free container, and of course Stainless steel means it’s Unbreakable. At 1.3 Gallons it’s large enough to hold up to a week’s worth of food waste (2 people). At 11.5 inches tall and 7 inches in diameter it is small enough to store away below the sink if you wish.
DISTINCTIVE and ECONOMICAL Designed in the USA, the distinctive styling of this Kitchen Compost Pail adds a touch of individuality. The brushed stainless steel finish is complimented by the patented styling to provide bins that look great in any kitchen, and on any counter while preparing food. The one piece construction means you will never need expensive bags or liners.
ODOR AND INSECT FREE solution to collecting Kitchen Food Scraps and waste destined for the Composting Bin. Removing unnecessary air holes in the lid, means insects are no problem. Even on your countertop, the firm sealing lid with its dual Charcoal Filters handle what little odor builds up during the few days before emptying.
EASY CLEANING After emptying into the Composter, simply hand wash the bin with warm soapy water as you would a pan. As the Lid contains the two charcoal filters, simply wipe it over with a damp cloth to avoid unnecessary depletion of the filters. The Filters themselves can be removed and gently cleaned in warm soapy water but this is only needed once each few months. That way you will get up to a year’s use from each set.
Is this something you have to have? Absolutely not. But many people including myself are just not content with sitting a five gallon bucket in the kitchen all week and tossing food scraps in it that will build up, start to smell, and quite frankly begin to look a little disgusting before you make a trip to the compost pile to unload it.
Is it time to up your compost game and stop wasting valuable food scraps by sending them to the landfill? Then get this Stainless Steel Odorless Countertop Compost Pail and start collecting those scraps that will lead to great compost, great soil and a healthy organic vegetable garden.
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