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Step 9: Optional (but helpful) hint

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This step is purely optional, but I don't want to have to make a trip out to the composter every time I make something in the kitchen, so what I do is keep a little plastic bin in my freezer. I put everything in there and when it gets full, I dump it into the composter. It melts and decays right along with everything else and saves me a few trips.

 
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HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOUR COMPOST IS READY.? DO YOU PUT COMPOST STRAIGHT TO THE PLANT. WOULD N'T YOUR PLANT GET BURNT WITH THE COMPOST? THERE ARE SOME FAST COMPOST ACTIVATORS WHICH WILL HWLP THE COMPOST BREAK FASTER.. WOULD YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE ONE.IT SEEMS THEY USE AMONIA,MOLASSES .
I think this is a very nice weekend project for a couple or family to make, it would cost less than $100, take 1-2 days to build, and people do not have to have a great deal of construction experience to finish the job. Your pictures and instructions are done nicely (could have had 2-3 "close-ups" for the little (but important) details - such as door assembly. As times get harder (economically, I would think more and more people will start home gardens - like the "Victory Gardens" during the war. I give this Instructable, 6 out of 5 Stars! Very Nice Project!
littleghoul6 years ago
That's the cleanest freezer I've ever seen
That's because he composted EVERYTHING! :>)