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Linkyo Stainless Steel Kitchen Compost Bin Review

Disclaimer: I received this item for free or at a discounted price in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

You may be wondering what a kitchen compost bin review is doing on a gardening site, but if you think about it, it fits right in.

Gardeners compost kitchen scraps – and finding a good way to do that is essential.

This is why I was so excited to trial the Linkyo Stainless Steel Kitchen Compost Bin.

Not only did I love the way it looked, but I loved that it had its own filtration system which was touted to cut down on smells.

This is the second indoor compost bin that I own – and it is by far my favorite, here is why.

Why I Love The Linkyo Compost Bin

First of all I love the size.

I eat a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables so there are always scraps that I need to compost.

I fill it up every 3 to 5 days on average.

When it first arrived I filled it up, set it out of the way for about a week and waited to see what happened.

Now my other compost bin attracts bugs – and smells.

This one did not attract bugs nor did it smell. In fact I have not noticed a smell at all even when we dump it.

Another thing I do not notice is a brown water in the bottom of this one – unlike my other one.

It is easy to clean because it is stainless steel.

It is lightweight enough – even when it is full that I don’t feel like I am struggling to carry it to my compost bin which is about 1/2 acre away from my house.

The odor filters were a new item I had not seen on a compost bin before and I do believe they work – quite well – and thus this is why I have not had an issue with bugs or smell.

I absolutely recommend this compost bin.

It is perfect for those who want to get started composting or those who – like me – have not had the best experience with compost bins indoors.

It would also make a great gift item for gardeners!

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