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Oggi Countertop Seau à Compost avec filtre au charbon en fibre de bambou
Nous ne savons pas quand cet article sera de nouveau approvisionné ni s'il le sera.
- Fabriqué à partir de fibre de bambou
- 1 filtre à charbon incluse pour absorber les odeurs ; filtres de remplacement disponibles (# 7321)
- Stocke les épluchures de légumes, coquilles d'œufs, goût et plus jusqu'à prêt pour le transfert au composteur en plein air
- Capacité de 3.8-liter
- Lavage à la main recommandé
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Description du produit
oggi pour un plan de travail du compost seau, est fabriqué à partir de fibre de bambou. Pratique pour stocker de restes de nourriture dans ce récipient odor-eliminating avant de les transférer à un composteur à l'extérieur. L'unité fonctionne à merveille pour les coquilles d'œufs, épluchures, Marc de café, et plus encore. Un filtre à charbon incluse pour absorber les odeurs ; filtres de rechange sont disponibles. Sa capacité est de 3.8-liter. Poignée de transport pratique.<br/>
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The capacity works well for me. I have to empty it every three or four days, but no matter how long it sits on the counter I don't smell it. I line it with recycled plastic bags from the supermarket, usually the ones I use to hold produce, which I fold over the sides. Of course, if you don't want to be able to see any bag over the lip of the container, you can put the waste directly into the pail, but then you'll have to carry the whole pail to wherever you dump your compost. I prefer to just carry the bag. You'll have to wash it out often even if you use a bag, since the waste will produce a stinky liquid that will seep through the bags. I know that special pail-liners are available, but I haven't tried them; maybe they prevent the seepage.
My previous compost pail was very similar in design, except it was made from ceramic. After about two years the lid began to crack, and soon disintegrated. This one, being made from compressed bamboo fiber, seems like it'll last quite a while. Also, it's light.
There's one design problem, however, and it's significant. The lid has holes to allow air circulation, and has a filter to prevent fruit flies from going through those holes and swarming. The filter is held in the lid by a ring that's held in place with three tiny screws. When mine arrived, the screws weren't screwed into the lid properly, so the ring fell off. Screwing the screws properly in place so that they don't keep falling out isn't as easy as it might seem, because the screws have to fit into a tiny hole that you can't see. I got it to stay put, but only for a while; then the screws came out again and again--which happens without human intervention--and the ring falls off, and the fruit flies attack. Without the retaining ring in place, there's no way to keep the filter in, and without a filter, believe me the pail is almost useless because the fruit flies are all over it (at least in my warm climate). (One reviewer pointed out you can replace the filters without removing the ring. True, but irrelevant, since the poorly-designed ring falls off by itself.)
I eventually was forced to replace the screws that came with it with larger screws that stay in place, but stick out from the bottom of the lid by 1/2 inch. So I hope they redesign the way the retaining ring attaches, since this is otherwise a nice product.
Update: So I purchased this thing in May of 2016, and it's still holding up great. So this is a bit embarrassing, but I feel like you need to know if you're gonna buy this. So during my July cleaning spree I started wiping down my counters. I hadn't used this guy in awhile because we just haven't done many veggies lately. So I was wiping it off when I picked up the lid. Low and behold inside was a lonely banana peel. Guys this banana peel had been in there for a while. When I say awhile I mean I have absolutely no clue when that banana peel was placed in that thing. It was completely black and starting to break down and decompose. Yes I know, nasty and embarrassing but it happened so I'm gonna own it. Anyway, I had no clue. No smells escaped at all, and this is the same filter from May of 2016. To me that's pretty impressive. Even my husband who smells things from a mile away didn't smell this banana peel. Just thought I'd update in case you were on the fence about this product. It really does what it's supposed to.
We are a family of 4, with a garden, so this pail is in constant use. It looks great, is sturdy, and is just the right size for our use. We love that it keeps the fruit flies out and is easy to open/close. The bamboo resin is an odd material, sort of like hardened, matte plastic to the touch. It will absorb/break down a little bit on the inside where it is contact with the plant scraps over time. The best way to describe it - the surface gets a little slimy to the touch. But it is an unnoticeable amount of erosion once cleaned and we have had the pail for around three years.
I would recommend this pail as a far superior, long lasting, alternative to milk jug cut offs and other plastic pails.