Wow, I started this thing over a year ago and I still haven’t filled it up.
While I usually add to my big cubic yard sized bin, the can’s been getting attention too.
How is this working? Honestly, I was surprised this system would work this well due to its limited size.
Then I remembered that it’s basically the same capacity as a compost tumbler, without the tumbling function…which isn’t needed.
My major finding is that simply leaving the lid off and getting it soaked every few days is enough to keep this thing going smoothly.
Dry piles are slow piles, and compost craves moisture- I found that the warmer months dried out my can quicker with the lid on…try it out- pests aren’t an issue with this system.
If you’re a semi-regular reader of the site or viewer of my videos, you’ll know what I’m going to say next-
Cover your food scraps! Each time you add food scraps, cover them up with a layer of browns. That’s it- the earth’s oldest process is hassle-free.