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This charming stoneware compost pail brightens your kitchen while it conveniently and discreetly stores fruit peels and vegetable scraps until it's
time to take them outside to the composter. A metal bail handle makes it easy to tote, and a charcoal filter inside the lid neutralizes odors.
(based on 36 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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Apple kitchen compost container
Love this, what else can I say? Perfect maybe. A nice addition to my kitchen countertop.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Cookie Jar or Compost crock?
By Gramma Lynn
from Capon Springs, West Virginia
Its holds a lots of kitchen scraps and the lid stays tight. The filter works very well and there is no odors.It is very attractive and a nice upgrade from the basic black plastic old container that I used.
Looks good in my kitchen & it works
from Greenbank, WA
Had been thinking of getting something like this - glad I did as noted in "Pros" list.
Cute & Functioal
from Elyria, OH
I have hated throwing away organic scraps in the trash and look forward to composting them to improve my gardens.
Convenient and attractive on the counter. Easy to clean .
from Waukesha, WI
Great looking on the kitchen counter. Only problem is the lid filters are now unavailable, no more filters.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Apple scrap container
Although the product looks great, The sour flies go crazy on it. The lid does not fit tight enough to prevent odors and flies from entering and exiting. If the lid had some type of plastic attached to the lip of the lid where it seals, this would keep the container sealed and prevent escape of odors. Although the charcoal insert in the lid seems to have been designed for odors, when the lid isn't tight, it doesnt mater what amount of charcoal filter is used.
Apple Compost pail
from Wautoma, Wisconsin
it is used for collecting kitchen scraps for the com-poster. The charcoal replacement filters are not wide enough so now I get fruit flies in it. This replaced the garbage can style I had that broke. Now I wish I would have ordered the same style I had.
Just Love It!
from Galloway, NJ
This is the perfect container for my vegetable scraps!
Just not working for me
from Redwood City, CA
Unlike my previous container it does not have a hinged lid that I can flip up with one hand. I did not think about this when I purchased it. I often have something in my hand (i.e. a banana or orange) and want to drop debris into the container as I peel, which requires 2 hands. With the Apple I need to take top off & put on counter, which means after I put it back I need to take a paper towel or sponge and wipe off the counter.
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