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Galvanized Compost Pail

We've been needing one of these for quite a while and I finally found one that fit the style of our kitchen and the price that I wanted to spend. I love it when that happens!

This is not one of the fancy compost pails that has a charcoal filter in the top.  It's just a regular 1 gallon galvanized bucket with a lid.  We take scraps out everyday, so I didn't really want to mess with the filters.
 
 
It looks great in the kitchen,
holds a lot of scraps,
and has a sturdy handle.
I just love it.
 

And the pigs~
well, they are very happy about the compost pail too!

Comments

  1. Oh, so much prettier than the plastic version our municipality passes out.

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  2. I LOVE it -- galvanized is my style too :)

    I use a vintage enamelware honey pot with lid, lol. It works perfect and since I too take it out daily, have no need for a fancy, filtered thing :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  3. Where did you find it? It would be perfect for my kitchen!

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  4. I would *love* to find one of those! Please do share where you found it so I can see if I can find a similar kind of place out here. (No pigs to feed it to, but the compost pile will get happier.)

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  5. Hi Kim, think the pail is great,looks wonderful in the kitchen to. Good find,Blerssings Francine.

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  6. I bought it at Gardener's Supply online but when I went to post a link it said they were no longer available. I guess my MIL and I got the last two. I bet there are more out there somewhere though.

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  7. That's a handsome looking bucket. Perhaps it could be found at an outlet.

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  8. That is a great pail! I am like you...I take out the scraps every day and don't want to worry about a filter so I've thought about finding a pretty bucket with a lid to use. For now, I use whatever random piece of Tupperware I pull out of the drawer..the chickens don't seem to mind!

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  9. I got the fancy one with the filter and after I put the lid on the first time, it never wanted to come off. It was like it fused together. I had to put it outside to see if any of us could work the lid off because I really wanted it to work but I ended up tossing it. I use whatever bowl is available when I need it but I sure like your galvanized bucket!

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  10. I meant to say that I have the same magnetized strip and magnetized containers in my kitchen too (from IKEA) -- love!

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  11. I'm with you. I will hold out until I find exactly what I want. I think it looks great in your kitchen.

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  12. I'm with you. I will hold out until I find exactly what I want. I think it looks great in your kitchen.

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