Wonderful item. Team bought one for our boss on National Boss' Day. Then personally bought another for my man. Both our boss and my man love this item. They were so happy to receive a completely practical and useful gift. Both are into Earth conservation, going Green, and recycling, so this was an excellent interactive gift. Both were a little bummed about having to layer the compost, but admitted they may not have known it was different than outdoors composting. Once each of them fully read the instructions, they understood and have been using it non-stop ever since.
I have used an outdoor composter for many years, but this indoor composter is so easy and convenient to use that I'd recommend it to apartment dwellers or anyone for whom outdoor composting would be impractical.
I want to plant an English flower garden in my backyard and would like to try nature's way first. I've tried composting outside but was never successful. I'm following the instructions to the letter and am hoping that it turns out as it should. The vegetables I am composting have not been in long enough to use, but I believe that it will be perfect when the time comes.
We use the product to reduce our food waste to the trash. We like that it is small enough to fit under the sink and it is very easy to use.
It was something I have wanted for some time so this fits thr bill.
With the probiotic mix, kitchen food scraps are easy to place in the bin and there is no offensive odor from the decomposition process.
I grew up composting and I am thrilled that I can now compost as an apartment dweller without having to pay for an expensive service. This is affordable, efficient, and helps me with my urban gardening.
I have been very busy outside of the home, so I haven't really maximized the use of my composter. What I have done is working. It's very simple to use, good size.
Great size for us and works unbelievably well.
It is small enough to fit under most sinks. It is easy to use, keeps the smell under control, and has clear directions. Although, I must be doing something wrong, because it's not breaking down as I thought it would. It's not producing any tea, either. But I don't eat meat or dairy, so I don't know if that's it or maybe I'm not smashing it down. I'm not giving up, yet, though. I am excited to figure it all out!