Countertop Compost Bin Best Home Functional

Nov 28th

Countertop compost bin – Countertop compost bins are attractive units that allow you to store leftover food before you take them to the outdoor compost. These containers can be expensive, especially for someone who is on a strict budget. An empty recycled plastic bucket with a handle is a less expensive alternative to ceramic and household stainless steel compost containers. A bin project of homemade compost can be completed in a single afternoon. Children can help with this recycling project. Making and maintaining your own organic fertilizer gives you the ability to nourish the garden soil.

Small Countertop Compost Bin
Small Countertop Compost Bin

To save time walking outside your outdoor composting container whenever you need to remove waste, you can create a countertop composter. Making a countertop compost bin is easy and an effective way to keep up with saving your kitchen garbage with convenience. This task does not take much time, and if done well, no odor is released in your home. Clean an ice cream bucket, laundry or kitty empty plastic sand container with dishwashing liquid and hot water. Let the container dry completely. Paint the outside of the container and the lid with the spray or acrylic paint. The paint must be compatible with the plastic.

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Decorate the countertop compost bin to match the kitchen decor with painted details or decals with adhesive. Drill or make aeration holes in the lid of the plastic container with a drill or by tapping a nail through the material. Make a ring of holes around the center of the lid. Stick a carbon filter on top of the inside of the lid. Filters are available through compost supply sales. Use plastic clamps as an alternative to the glue. Pass the ends of two fastening bands through the drilled holes in the top of the lid. Wrap them around the filter and fix it in place. Carry the full container of your house once a week, or as it fills, to dump in your outdoor composting bin.