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over 2 years ago
This is a hardy little compost bin. The lid contains a charcoal filter so there's no smell. Every few years we replace the filter. Still going strong after seven years, totally worth the money!

Pro tip - wrap a rubber band around the rim to keep the bag tight.
Marc Chester We just got this exact same one!
  • almost 2 years ago
Adam Doppelt Ha, great! More details for the curious - we like the three gallon bio bags. Rubber band helps a lot. Hardest part is not losing the rubber bands, especially now that I've trained my kids to empty the thing.
  • almost 2 years ago
Shannon Garbaccio We have this one too and it is a little work horse. We've had it probably for 10 years, still great! Adam Doppelt, My husband tried to get me to employ the rubber band method, but sadly, I lose the rubber band ALL the time, so I am back to holding the bag while I put heavy stuff in the container. Oh well.
  • almost 2 years ago
Marc Chester is it crazy to not use the bag and just use the bin?
  • almost 2 years ago
Adam Doppelt Crazy? No. Stinky and maybe annoying? Possibly :) We tried that for a while. Can gets real dirty and it's more difficult to empty. It might depend on how often you fill the bin.
  • almost 2 years ago
Liz Pearce Shhh... I use the bag and not the bin!
  • almost 2 years ago
Kelsey Lockard We don't use bags in our compost bin - but we do keep it in the freezer! It sounds weird, but it keeps the smell and the fruit flies away!
  • almost 2 years ago
Adam Doppelt That would be a viable plan for me if there was a single cubic inch of free space in our freezer
  • almost 2 years ago
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