Kitchen Maestro Counter Top Stainless Steel Compost Bin with 2 Odor Absorbing Filter Sets and 50 Compost Bags - Blue
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- Organic Recycling Bins in Stunning Urban Colors. Be Green and Stylish at the Same Time.
- Constructed of Durable Stainless Steel. Built in Handle for Easy Lifting and Emptying.
- Chemical Free with Airtight Lid, Odor Absorbing Filter Keeps Odors Contained. Extra Replacement Filter Set Included.
- Small Enough for Countertops but Large Enough for 1.2 Gallons of Storage
- BONUS 50 Free Compost Bags Included
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We believe that going green is important!
What you should know is that convenience and style will not need to be compromised when using Kitchen Maestro stylish compost bins for saving food scraps to compost.
The Kitchen Maestro Compost Bins are constructed of durable and long-lasting stainless steel. The 1.2 gallon bin is small enough to fit neatly onto kitchen counter tops, but large enough to contain several days worth of peels, shells and kitchen waste. Once filled up, the built-in handle allows for easy lifting and emptying.
The Kitchen Maestro Compost Bins are elegantly designed in an array of urban colors. When using it in the kitchen, the airtight lid and set of two odor absorbing carbon filters ensure that no odor escapes from the bin. For your convenience, a free set of replacement filters is included in the box.
BONUS: 50 Free Compost Bag Roll Included as part of our love for the green team!
Top Customer Reviews
The compost bin is small enough to go under the sink or in a cabinet but attractive enough to keep out on the counter. I purchased the blue and it is gorgeous! And easy placement means you are more likely to use it to compost your scraps! We put all our organic food scraps in it, except for meat proteins. - coffee grinds, eggshells, fruit and vegetable peelings, all make excellent compost.
Since the filter only helps mask the odor, I recommend emptying the bin every few days (maybe more in the summer). I have a large black trash can in the yard (that I drilled holes into for air circulation) that I empty this bin into. I also add kraft paper, newspaper, non coated paper plates, leaves and grass clippings into that one. A friend adds dirt and worms to hers. Amazon has a few compost starters to those new to composting which I found helpful.
I received this item at a discounted price in exchange for my honest and unbiased review, which was written after I tried the product. I was in no way compensated for this review so if it was helpful to you, please take a second to press the "yes" button below- and THANKS in advance for reading!
I recently purchased a Garden Tower 2 which has a built in compost in the middle. I wanted to start using the tube but I didn't want to, either, constantly have to run outside to dump scraps, or have compost stinking up the house. I am completely shocked that there is no ZERO smell. I put vegetable scraps, egg shells and coffee grounds. I know the picture looks gross, but it's full and it doesn't stink. The filters do their job.
My Kitchen Maestro is just too cute. It's a definite win!
I will also say that I would have given it 5 stars IF the bonus bags were actually compostable instead of just recyclable. I knew what I was buying, yes, but that shouldn't change the fact that the people who put this package together need to know that the recyclable (and it even says reusable as if I would reuse a bag that has had rotting material in it for a week or maybe more that I just dumped into my compost barrel outside) bags just aren't going to cut it. They need to be compostable bags so that I can just throw the bag AND the contents into my barrel and move on. Instead I then have to figure out what I am going to do with the bag once I've emptied it out. I'm certainly not bringing it back in the house to put in the recycle bin or put it in the garage for an animal to find. So, I'm actually using these bags as trash bags for the bathroom cans until they run out. I've taken to using paper lunch bags from the grocery in the compost bin until I can find something more suitable. They leak when they get too wet so I've got to figure something else out soon.
It looks adorable on my counter (the rest of my kitchen is red and brushed nickel) and fits right in. I hope a visitor doesn't think it's the sugar or flour container some odd day, they'll be in for a big surprise if they ever do. HA!