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RSVP International PAIL-BOO Bamboo Compost Pail 3.25-qt.
Beautiful Bamboo Compost Pail for storing your scraps until you can get to the compost pile. This pail is also very funcional with a removable plastic liner that protects the wood and is easy to trasnport with a colapsable carrying handle. Best of all, the lid contains two charcoal filters that keeps odors contained.
Bamboo Compost Pail and Lid - with Charcoal Filters for Odor Contol
Inside, removeable plastic container with handle to preserve the Bamboo
The lid contains two charcoal filters to keep odors from escaping
Capacity is 3.25 Quarts / 3 Liters
Manufacturers Warranty - Defect Free Upon Delivery
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80 of 83 found the following review helpful:
It's pretty...and pretty uselessJul 16, 2009
I'd venture to guess that anyone giving this product a 5-star review hasn't owned it for very long. While it is beautiful to look at, and bamboo is one of Earth's most renewable natural resources, this pail is a waste of money. It is composed of narrow strips of bamboo glued together, meaning there are plenty of seams just waiting to burst. For my pail, that took about two months of light use. Suddenly, one of the seams separated, and it's extremely difficult to glue back together properly. Also, the plastic holding the charcoal filter against the bottom of the lid broke free after about two or three weeks, so every time I lift the lid, the filter falls out.
In this instance, bamboo is not the better choice. Do yourself a favor and buy stainless steel. What good is a renewable resource if it winds up in the landfill after minimal use?
14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Nice looking but broke right away nothing worked but inner plastic pailJan 04, 2010
By Beverly B. Ferguson
Liked the way this looked and so I bought it but within a short time the bamboo around the inner container split apart, the bamboo bottom separated and the top, as other reviewers have stated, comes apart and doesn't fit back together again.
In the end all that works is the inner plastic pail....worth a dollar - not $41.94 with tax. Great concept very poor execution. I asked for a refund in less than a year and the company refused. Don't buy this pail unless you want to end up with the inner plastic pail only.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
The Worlds Best Self-destructing Compost PotMar 09, 2011
Do not waste your money and time on this product, you might as well just throw forty bucks in the compost pile. I have come to the conclusion that this (albeit beautiful-looking, and perhaps well-intentioned) compost pot was actually constructed to self-destruct upon use. The bamboo glue is the main culprit, but also of note is the flimsy plastic "bucket" insert that actually holds the compost. As someone who generally likes to spend their money once and put in a little upkeep maintenance if necessary, I gave this product two months of faithful use: the bamboo top split after two weeks, a week later the thin plastic container cracked along the entire side, two weeks after that the bamboo side split, and finally this evening I lifted the pot up and lo and behold the pot went up but its bamboo base remained on the counter. I'm going for stainless steel this time.
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Greens the Kitchen!Dec 24, 2008
By K. Groblewski
Since ordering our compost pail, my husband & I find it to be nearly a game of how much we can recycle into our compost. Initially doubtful, my husband was afraid of the smell that a counterop keeper would entail. But this pail's aesthetics are very pleasing & the charcoal filter keeps the odors from permeating the air in our kitchen keeping the kitchen fresh. The container is large enough that we can go a few days w/o emptying it into our outdoor compost bin. & It makes us feel really good about what we're doing for the environment in lieu of throwing all our waste into the garbage to take up space in a landfill.
6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Nice idea, poor execution, what a cheat!Jun 12, 2011
By Vegan's mom
Boy, I wish I'd read the reviews here before ordering!
We bought two at the same time.
They are very nice to look at.
But they are ridiculously poorly made.
The lid-plate that holds the charcoal filter began dropping out when the lid was picked up in the first week, and when we opened the second one, we found it had no handle.
Now that I have read the reviews, I'm really, really sorry to have bought them.
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