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Norpro Grip EZ Stainless Steel Compost Keeper
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- Charcoal filter provides odor-free use for up to 6 months
- Cleans easily with soapy sponge
- Durable stainless-steel construction
- 1 Gallon capacity
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Norpro's Grip-EZ Stainless Steel Composter Keeper allow you to conveniently store food scraps in this odor eliminating container before transferring food to an outside composter. Attractive, high shine, polished finish. Sturdy stainless steel and santoprene comfort grip handle and knob. Includes a dual odor preventing filter set in the tight fitting lid. The filter set should keep your compost keeper odor free for up to 6 months. Use replacement filter 94F.
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It works well, and it looks decent enough that my wife is happy to go along with me keeping it in the kitchen. I dump it out once a week, and I don't notice any smells coming from it. I would suggest following Bentley "the compost guy" Christie's advice of creating a false bottom our paper/cardboard to soak up any juices from your kitchen scraps. This cuts down on odors and adds "browns" to your bin, but more importantly, it makes the bucket easier to dump out.
If you are interested in worm composting, check out Bentley's web site on "red worm composting". Tons of free info from a friendly on knowledgeable guy. I bought my worms from him and I couldn't be happier with the worms and the personal touch via email follow-ups.
After 14 months the bucket developed three small pin holes on the bottom. (Very unusual for stainless steel.) It leaked onto our counter top so it was pretty much useless. I sent a picture of it to Norpro and they sent me another bucket. Since I have only observed a sample of one I cannot say if this is a persistent problem, but at least Norpro took care of the problem.
A good idea, if done right. Unfortunately, in this case, it is not. After less than a month, my lid simply fell apart into two pieces. There are no welds, no soldered joins, no screws, not even a dimpled edge to hold it together. Now when you lift the lid, half stays in the bucket, with the filter falling out.
Nice job, Norpro! Try another brand, this one looks nice in the picture but it's a fly-by-night junk product.
I've had no trouble at all with this.
At first, i thought the lid might even be too loose, as it slides into place with almost no friction. I can lift it out with just two fingers while holding a handful of tomato stems and zucchini ends. However, it's tight enough that not a wisp of stink gets out of this container until i open it. And no matter how stinky it's gotten, the carbon filter in the lid does just fine. (The contents can get a bit stinky pretty quickly, but we go through enough produce that it has to be emptied every day or too, so it can never get really awful.) Every time we empty it, we fill it with water and then dump that on the heap as well, which prevents anything from building up inside the container (and keeps the heap damp).
We've had no trouble with fruit flies, either, which may just be dumb luck of not throwing anything in there that already had fly eggs in it.
When it gets really full, sometimes some mold gets onto the bottom of the lid or the carbon filter, but it cleans off with a quick wipe.
It's no piece of fine art, but it looks nice enough on the counter that no guest has ever done a double-take.
In short, it does exactly what i need: it keeps my compostables out of sight and smell for a day or two until i can take them out back and dump them on the heap.