EASY TO OPEN WITH ONE HANDLING! Whenever you are searching for a compost bin that can be opened with only one hand, then, this is the bin for you!
THERE IS NO LEAK! Other compost bins are made of stainless steel, which makes them an issue. Directly adding acidic foods to the metal bin can cause corrosion and leaks over time because the acids will eat into the metal. With our bin, you no longer have to worry about that. This bucket has a plastic liner that prevents food from touching the powder-coated steel outer bin and causing it to rust and leak. You won't have to worry about your bin leaking on the counter ever
SMELLS ARE NOT ALLOWED! In contrast to other bins that require two filters to control odors, our bin only needs In each bin, you will find two carbon filters. As long as the filter is taken care of properly, it can last up to 6 months. As a result, you get up to one year's worth of filters when you purchase the bin, making it a great deal. Those who need replacement filters can find them
This perfect fit is one of my favorites! In addition, the neutral cream color is great for a wide range of The box is 5 inches tall with the lid on. 6 inches is the diameter of the inner bucket. Capacity of 8 gallons (3 liters)
A PLANTS APPLICATION MADE BY AND FOR PLANTS! Regardless of whether you want to give this as a gift to someone on your list or not, it is 100% guaranteed. You (or your favorite gardener) will not be happy if you don't like the results.
Questions & Answers
Does my lid fit snugly or is it supposed to be loose?
Additionally, my lid has a lot of room for movement. As well as helping to hold up the lid of the insert bucket, the handle also comes in handy because it won't fit inside the container when it's laid Easily accessible to bugs, this container could be a breeding ground for them.
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Selected User Reviews For The Relaxed Gardener Kitchen Compost Bin (0.8 Gallon) - Rust Proof and Leak Proof - Built Tough to Last a Lifetime
The relationship is already in a state of disarray
The compost bin is a perfect size, and it's also very cute, but I regret buying it because the inner liner, which gave it the most appeal to me, is already falling apart! The handle on the inside is missing, and the plastic is cracking. I have only had it a few months, and it has fallen apart. It disappointed me that this product does not live up to expectations.
| Mar 14, 2021
It wasn't until now that I realized how much I needed it! This has prompted me to collect a great deal more compliant stuff in my kitchen since I bought it
When I was throwing foods into the trash that I had put down the disposer, I did not realize how much waste I had been producing. Since I had been using plastic grocery sacks lining an open plastic canister, I guess I was psychologically resisting the messiness, the stench, and the eyesore of open scraps that would come with emptying the bag into the pile. The compist pail I ordered is smaller than others and has a nice appearance on my counter (it does. A charcoal filter is also included (an essential feature!). majority of the reason is due to the fact that I have arthritis in both of my hands and I have great difficulty opening sealed canisters. Unlike most other canisters, you can open this one with just one hand and you do not have to wrestle with it if it is nearly full. The one-handle helps me complete tasks like cooking dinner, cleaning the dishes and cleaning out the fridge, but as for those little odds and ends throughout the day, the one-handle does the trick. Using one hand instead of two meant that stepping on the pedal to open the trash bin was far easier and faster than a two-handed ordeal that took several minutes. The fact that it does not require a liner is appealing to me. The contents of a slimy bag do not need to be dumped onto the compost pile in a messy manner that never empties completely, turns inside out and gets goop on When emptying the bucket with a rubber spatula, you'll get a neat and thorough cleaning Plastic bags can be recycled. You don't have to throw them out! Despite my unbiased opinion of this item, I have no negatives. This is a review I am writing about an item I purchased for myself*.
| Sep 09, 2020
The lid is not tight enough, but this is still a handy accessory
This smaller compost bin is ideal for me, and I'm impressed with the quality and ease of cleaning of the inner plastic liner. My bin is lined with compostable bags but acidic foods will leak fluid into it, but it is easy to clean. This metal should last for a very long time, as no fluids come into contact with it. As soon as the weather warms up, I will leave it in the garage because even with the charcoal odor filter in the lid, gnats will still find it there. It doesn't get any better than that, does it? They are able to get past the lid since it doesn't hold them in, so when the lid is lifted you'll be greeted by these sweet little creatures. As a result, I plan to keep my garage and kitchen close to each other. My nose does not smell any odor from it when it has food scraps in it, but I believe the gnats can smell it. The kitchen fly paper I hung up provided an easy solution for getting rid of the.
| Jul 23, 2020
I don't smell it, but it looks nice
The bin is well made and in two parts. It has a nice chromed handle on the inner plastic bin. A very simple lift is needed to remove it. Despite the lid being sealed, the lid is not intact. It does have a slight tint of green, as others have say. The degree to which it looks green will depend on what's around it and how the lighting is. The green doesn't look as green as it does on my counter. (See the photo below.
| Nov 07, 2020
A little glue is needed on the lid
Adjustments are needed. My first thought when I saw this little bin was that I liked it. Although we aren't in love, I wouldn't ask it to be my date to a formal event or propose to her, but we get along well. Could I recommend this counter top to others? It's perfect for the counter top on my kitchen island. That would be fine with me. You'll love its small size, cute appearance, and reliable operation. Its design, however, does have a few issues for me. 1
Although I used the bucket liner inside of the tin, the lining never fit perfectly. Taking it out of the plastic tub is going to make it absolutely impossible to apply it perfectly. You need to seal the lid around the inside of the rim if you don't do so. The caulk can be applied with either hot glue or plumber's caulk. It needs to be done. It goes from the inside lid rim to the outside lid rim. It's a good idea. Take the dirty bucket and rim it. 2.
lid's filter is a great place to store your car's air filter. It is necessary to lay eggs for flies. The way they achieved this is unclear to me, and I am pretty sure the intended result is not being achieved. Having a fly orgy on my tin lid is the very definition of disgusting. That's all I have to say. * * *3. 1) The bucket that is inserted into the tin failed Once it was dropped, I was out of the game. It's a waste of time Despite my best efforts, I have still not found a replacement, but again I have not looked very hard. As I gaze out upon the corn fields, I've got other things to do, like turn my compost pile. 2. 3. 4. 1) The bottom leaks 87% of the time. need to conduct more research before I can be certain. Neither myself nor my 13 year old might have been being overly aggressive when washing dishes. Maybe we were splashing water on As humans, we would usually need to train the behavior of our tins to deal with this. I have lifted this thing, though, and it always seems to be wet Are you cringing because of what I just said? I have found this to be the case. I wish you the best of luck with your composting.
| Jan 25, 2021
It's so cute! I love this compost bin! My favorite part of the compost container is the lid! The antique white color blends in well with my other kitchen containers because of its size
It is very handy to be able to remove and wash the filter and liner. I have not observed any smell from it at all, and it holds a good amount of kitchen scraps before you have to empty it. The Relaxed Gardener has been a great help. Thanks so much!.
| Sep 10, 2020
I love this little kitchen bin
The compost scrap bin on the kitchen counter next to my sink was a perfect size for me. I don't have to keep going back and forth to dump it every time I am chopping up veggies, but it isn't too large that it makes my kitchen look crowded. There is about the same volume in this as a gallon milk jug, but it is far more adorable. There has never been an issue with odors when I dump in the outdoor compost bin because it is easy to reach and convenient to dump in. Despite using onion clippings, the air filter must work quite well as when the lid is closed, I do not smell any onion. At the moment, I probably dump it every three days or when it is Overall, it is a really cute bag. It is clear what it is and it is an ideal.
| Jan 08, 2021