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Good Ideas Compost Wizard Jr., Black

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The Good Ideas Compost Wizard Jr. has a 7 cu. ft. total capacity (3.5 cu. ft. per chamber).

  • Fully assembled for low maintenance
  • Compost Tea collecting base with wheels (up to 5 gal.)
  • 8 in. twist lids to secure the chambers
  • Safe for pets and children
  • Black color for heat absorption
  • Made in the USA with FDA-approved materials

Specification Description
Product Type: Composters
Product Width: 28 in.
Product Length: 36 in.
Capacity: 7 cu. ft.
Brand: Good Ideas
Product Height: 29 in.
Manufacturer Part Number CW-2X
Good Ideas Compost Wizard Jr., Black is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from compost wizard jr this i got was easy to use. directions easy to follow. great buy
Date published: 2018-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Composter I ordered this online on Thursday and was in the by Friday! Extremely easy set up - there is no assembly. Perfect for small composting operation. Easy to turn. Appears durable. Choose it because it had no metal that would eventually rust. Only suggestion: place instructions in plastic on outside of composter. I did not think there instructions until I located them under compost - ruined
Date published: 2018-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great composter This composter really makes composting fast and easy. The tea collection container is great, and the tea is great for roots.
Date published: 2017-12-28
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How do you get the tea out of the base?

Asked by: Moonp1e
Hello. There are two ways for doing this: 1) Hook up a short hose or soaker hose to the base via the threaded port. 2) Remove the bin from the base (preferably when empty) and pour it into a bucket/container for further aerating or directly into garden soil. Thank you for your question.
Answered by: Good Ideas Specialist
Date published: 2018-04-10

Does it tumble?

Asked by: poohpooh
Yes it tumbles.
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2018-05-21

What do I do? My compost has become very foul smelling? I have tried adding more brown material in the form of newspaper. I turn it about once a week.

Asked by: customerinbc

Does this mean each compartment is 3.5 cu. ft.?

Asked by: kirschlandhm
Yes. Thank you for the question.
Answered by: Good Ideas Specialist
Date published: 2018-04-10

how long does it take to turn into soil?

Asked by: allvia
As quickly as 21 days if done correctly.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2018-07-09

Isn't the bin too heavy, when full, to dismount from the base and empty where you want it through the port hole?

Asked by: MamaBluebunny
The heaviness will depend on the compost inside, i.e. exactly how full it is and if it's wet or dry. However, this should not be too heavy to lift.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-12

How do you drain compost tea out of base? Manual makes no mention of spout or threaded hole for hose to screw into nor is any drain spout or access visible on base in photos? Also are there holes in center of tumbler & base for tea to drain into base?

Asked by: TVglutton
The base is filled via a 1/4" hole at the center of the top area. Excess compost moisture will flow out of holes located on the circumference of the barrel and fill into the base. From there, it can be drained from the base by either attaching a 3/4" spigot (must have a male thread to connect) and then connect a hose to that, using a short hose with a male threaded end (and an inline pump for better performance) or by simply unscrewing the plug that's included and pouring the compost juice in the desired location. We are working with Tractor Supply to load additional images to better show this operation. For now you can view the video on the Dueling Tumbler to get a better idea of operation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46imsOKKwyQ . Thank you for your question.
Answered by: Good Ideas Specialist
Date published: 2018-05-01

How does compost tea drain from tumbler into base? Are there holes (if so how many?) in center of BOTH tumbler & base allowing tea to drain into base? One reviewer said they had to *drill their own holes* because compost tea had no way to drain into base.

Asked by: TVglutton
There are holes located along the circumference of the bin (approximately 8 total) which allow excess moisture to leave the bin and flow onto the base. From there, the liquid channels towards the center of the base where a 1/4" hole allows the liquid into the base. Additional holes can be drilled if it seems as though liquid is not able to flow out as quickly as desired (this will also increase aeration). In this particular case, it sounds like that customer may have received a unit that was not completed properly from the manufacturer and made the holes manually instead of returning the unit. This is a rare situation and we work with our customers to rectify the situation. Thanks for the question.
Answered by: Good Ideas Specialist
Date published: 2017-07-05
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