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The charcoal pad is key to this pail being really easy to live with because it blocks the odors of the compost. I have to admit that I was skeptical that this pail could mitigate stinking because of my bad experiences with other indoor composting systems,
 
The charcoal pad is key to this pail being really easy to live with because it blocks the odors of the compost. I have to admit that I was skeptical that this pail could mitigate stinking because of my bad experiences with other indoor composting systems, but the pail managed to be completely odorless.

On average, one filter pad will last six months to a year depending on how odorous your scraps are; you will know when it is time to change the pad, when you start to catch a whiff. But here's a tip: If you forgot to order more charcoal pads and your start to get some stink, sprinkle baking soda in your pail until you can change the filter.

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