Made from long-lasting brushed stainless steel, this attractive compost pail is the perfect way to collect coffee grounds, vegetable peels and fruit cores until it's time
to bring them to the compost bin. Unlike ceramic crocks, it won't break — especially important if you're in the habit of banging your compost pail to empty it! The
vented lid conceals dual filters to reduce odors.
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from Martinsville, IN
Comments about : Stainless Steel Compost Crock:
Good size, lightweight, a bit "tinny" Was hoping for a more "substantial feel" for stainless. So far so good, concerned about the rusting notes from others as I keep a little water with a drop of dishsoap in the bottom. Keeping hopes up.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The best compost food waste pail
By Compost Man
from Providence RI
I've used the same one for five years and it's superb. It's dishwasher safe, has a solid handle, looks good, uses an odor filter and doesn't crack like plastic, ceramic or pottery.
Functional, durable, easy to clean
from East Tennessee
Like another reviewer, I bought Gardener's Rustic Compost Crock but decided to use it for flowers rather than try to cope with the narrow opening and issues with cleaning it. Now I have two steel crocks so I can separate outdoors and vermiculture scraps; they use the same filters. Easy to use and diswasher friendly. Definitely your best choice for serious composting.
Great compost crock
from Rigby, ID
Love the size. Love the lid. Love the filters. No odor and fewer trips to the compost pile
I would buy again
from Centennial, Colorado
Very solid, robust construction, I expect to get years of service from this product.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I have owned 2 ceramic compost crocks and have ended up breaking them. This one is great because it won't break! It also holds more so there are less trips outside to the compost bins!
I love the composter, but how do you change the fiolters??
I bought two counter composters, one for table scraps and one for vegetable waste. I love them. However, I think I have ruined one, because I thought the metal ring under the lid came off in order to change the charcoal filters. I never saw any information on how to get the filters out, so now I have a broken lid. Are there instructions on how to get to the filters, and any ideas how to repair the ring I pulled loose?
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Convenient, neat and clean
from Otisfield Maine
With a small footprint on the counter, space for a week's compost with no odor or fruit flies around, this Crock is a joy to use. The bail handle makes it easy to carry and it cleans up in the dishwasher to start the next week's collection. Love it!
Superior to similar purchased elsewhere.
from Silverthorne, CO
I purchased this compost pail after a less expensive one, purchased at a well known home store, rusted through after only about 18 mo of use. Counting on Gardener's Supply Stainless Steel to be just that and not simply appear to be stainless.
I would buy again - but only received one filter
By Chewy's mom
from Raleigh, NC
Nice enough to keep on countertop. Holds a nice amount of scraps but not too heavy to carry out to out compost pile.
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