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    Default Soo whats a great bin that keeps smells in!!!!!

    My bin is just plastic and SUCKS!

    It stinks so quickly and just sucks. I'm willing to pay big bucks for a good bin! Anyone know any?

    Thanks!

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    If you put all of your vegetable waste in a compost, rinse and recycle all plastic and put trays from meat etc directly in the big green bin outside - that with cut down the bacteria growth in your bin (which is what smells).

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    but thats so much work..... :-( lol i'm lazy. I recycle just don't green bin.

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    What about trying a bokashi bucket for food wastes - it composts under your sink in an enclosed bucket and doesn't stink.

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    I bought a stainless steel kitchen bin, pedal operated (so I don't have to touch it) at Freedom for $30.

    Obviously if i don't empty it for ages the rubbish will get a bit feral, but even then the smells don't escape like they have from plastic bins past. Also when I wipe it over it looks good as new and you can choose from colours to match your decor Lol

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    I use the bullet bin by willow, I have one just for nappies and it keeps the smell in well and you can just chuck the wrapped nappy at the lid and it goes in and shuts quick. When it gets a bit pongy I just sprinkle some carpet powder in the bottom.


 

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