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This project was entirely made of discarded items. My only expense was the gorilla glue used.
First you will have to salvage the following from the curb or recycling center. 1. A 5 gallon bucket with lid 2. Nylon screen from discarded window or ...
First you start with the 5 gallon bucket. Make sure the lid will stay on.
To prepare to cut out top and bottom of bucket drill holes into the 4 corners of area to be cut out. I made mine about 5"x5".
Then proceed to cut out bottom and lid areas with saw.
Cut the piece of 2x2 wood just long enough for lid clearance and screw it to the inside of the bucket with sheet rock screws from the outside ...
Using a wire brush on drill or sandpaper roughen the area about an inch or so around perimeter of cut out area. This allows better adhesion of the ...
With your scissor cut out a patch of screen material about the size of the area you roughed up on the bucket and lid. Apply gorilla glue and ...
Now apply black paint to the exterior of bucket and top/bottom. The black paint I used was from the area hazardous waste recycling center. It was a nearly ...
There you have it. Now start composting. Agitate the material by rolling on ground. It does a small amount of compost at a time, enough for a ...
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