50-Gallon Wheeled Compost Tumbler
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- Heavy-duty steel tube frame with a recycled plastic drum
- 50-gallon capacity
- Two wheels on the back frame makes for easy rolling
- Unique construction enables air circulation to speed composting
- Dimensions 39in.L x 35in.W x 31in.H
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Think of the dollars you'll save and the lush garden you'll enjoy when you make your own high-quality fertilizer. This 50-gallon composter tumbler with two wheels on the back frame makes composting organic waste a breeze. Just roll it around the yard and up to the back door to collect clippings and kitchen waste. Built-in mixing fins help break up clumps, and a unique construction enables air circulation to speed composting, so your fertilizer is ready in record time. This durable unit features a heavy-duty steel tube frame and a recycled plastic drum. 39in.L x 35in.W x 31in.H.
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If you're struggling with smell or quality of the compost (as some other reviewers noted), I suggest googling "composting for beginners." I found some very helpful tips (like adding yard waste to neutralize the smell of table scraps, and not including any grease, meat, or bones which can ruin the batch). I don't think those issues are attributable to the composter design.
I literally sliced open my finger on the fixed plastic ring around the cap trying to turn the lid to the Closed position recently -- like a really bad paper cut, but a plastic cut. I might try to line that edge with duct tape. I'm used to my Ikea purchases trying to kill me, but none of them have ever literally drawn blood.
None of this is annoying enough to send it back, but I don't think I would buy it again. A double-chambered unit with a different closure mechanism would have been a much better purchase, for my needs.