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If you prefer to keep kitchen compost scraps out of sight, here's a slim compost caddy that tucks into a narrow space in a cabinet or under the sink. Wide enough for scraping vegetable scraps from plates and cutting boards, it holds a generous 2.4 gallons — more than twice as much as most caddies. The hinged lid opens easily and snaps tightly shut, and a carbon filter controls odors.
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Large capacity - narrow profile
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about : Slimline Compost Caddy:
Fits great under the sink and holds a lot of compost until I can get outside to empty it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Dave Tills It
About Me Budget Shopper
From the catalog picture, it looked like it was on rails (beneath the kitchen sink). However, in hindsight it was completely my impression and looking at it again, I definitely stretched my imaginatioon : )It is the perfect size, not only because I (like most) have pipes under my sink making for cramped spaces. Also because most veggie/fruit scraps are usually long (carrots, asparagus, celery, bananas, etc) so the elongated design makes sense.My best purchase this gardening season.
Convenient Size Great for Office Breakroom
from Scotts Valley, CA
We wanted our business to be more sustainable and this was the perfect size for our lunchroom compost.
Perfect under sink design
from New Jersey
This is the perfect size for beneath the kitchen sink. The filters prevent fruit flies and odors.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Lid is the weakest piece
By I hate fruit flies
from Gloucester County NJ
We've had two over a few years. Bought because it held more than typical kitchen composters. Green bucket is sturdy. Flimsiest piece is the lid - on one bucket, lid wouldn't snap closed. Filter kept falling out. As a result, fruit flies get in so it defeats the purpose of keeping it indoors. So we left on our deck, but lid cracked even more since it wasn't made for outside. But the green buckets are still in good shape. Wish we could get replacement lids. A product is only as good as its weakest link.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
doesn't work for me
from South Shore MA
I bought two. now I need to see if I can return them.They are no good to me if the bags don't fit.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
from vero beach, fl
makes taking collecting and taking compost out a lot easier and the biodegradable bags are good but could be a bit bigger.
from mohrsville pa
No spills, your cutting board or plate fit right over the compost pail.
Flimsy. Too narrow to scoop stuff into without spilling over
from Kerrville TX
Disappointed in this product. The narrow design does fit under the sink but makes it difficult to scoop stuff into it. Poor quality. The lid cracked after one day. Also the Gardeners.com compost bags don't fit it. I've gone back to my counter-top bucket with the GREAT compost bags from gardeners.com. This is gathering dust.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Pretty good compost caddy
By La Giardiniera
About Me High-end Shopper
I have just purchased my second one of these, so that should indicate that I think it's a good product. My first one was very handy (I even bought one for a friend), but the plastic lid began to break down after a few years of use, and eventually broke altogether. It holds a lot of scraps, and can be tucked away under the sink, although I find it more convenient to keep it on the countertop. The plastic does eventually hold odors, which I found could be mitigated with a good soak in a solution of dishwasher soap. The carbon filter is of dubious value, I wouldn't bother buying extras.
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