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A: We keep ours inside. The lid fits snugly so it would take some effort to open it. But a determined animal would not have a problem opening it.
A: I don’t think so. It could be easily knocked over and the lid would come off. Better used inside, maybe under the sink.
A: When the bucket sits on my kitchen counter, I don't smell anything. However, my sense of smell is not as keen as an outdoor critter. I'm sure if a raccoon got wind of your bucket outside, it will be able to easily remove the lid and have a feast.
A: No -- the lid has a light seal to it but not enough to deter any critters. Also, it's really intended for more indoor use. You could set it out on a sheltered porch but it would end up rusting over time. It is a lovely decorative bucket though, nice enough to enjoy having on the kitchen counter top or under the sink. Hope that helps.
A: No, it is for indoors for vegetarian compost waste. Be very, very careful of composting dog poop (or the excrement of any carnivore) anywhere. E-Coli is real! Do not use dog or cat waste in a veggie garden. Also be care of using it for flowers because of putting your hands in the dirt to plant and weed. Some flowers do well with dog poop, other die. Cat poop is nearly always a killer.
A: I would think so if it was protected from the sun so it didn't heat up. Lid is pretty tight fitting.
A: I believe it would hide the odor. I have mine on my kitchen counter and don't smell the food scraps contained within.
A: Interesting, yes it would work, but you might actually find the Mr. ECO also a smaller composting container (for the kitchen) even better suited. This unit was originally developed as a diaper collector (and is still sold as such in Canada). If it is good for diapers it has to work for doggy poop. Good luck - Exaco: 877-760-8500.
A: yes it would be great for that purpose, appart from that you don't want to put poop bags on the compost heap!
A: It is shorter so that the seal on the outer bucket will be tight to prevent smells and yes, I think the inner bucket is slightly smaller than 1 gallon, but certainly big enough for my household's use.
A: The inner pail is quite a bit shorter than the outer bucket. We empty daily, so it’s not a problem for us.
A: The plastic bucket inside holds a little over 3 quarts of liquid. It is actually very useful, however. I have it next to my sink in the kitchen and I empty it once a week into my large composter outside. The seal on the lid keeps smells contained.
A: The outer is 1 gallon. The inside bucket is a bit smaller. Sits about an inch away from the lid that seals very well btw. I use it without the inside bucket.
A: Very observant: the inner bucket has a 15-cup capacity while the outer bucket is slightly over 16 cups (1 gallon). The way the bucket is designed you can easily fill the inner bucket with 16 cups and the lid will still fit inside the bucket. Need anything more don't hesitate to call us: Exaco - 877-760-8500 ext 701.
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