Use Pallets To Build Your Own Double Compost Bin for under $15!


There are few things that can make your garden more successful than compost. Compost, or "Black Gold" as it is so often called, improves soil vitality and structure – and significantly bolsters your plants health and yields. The best part of all – you can use your own coffee grounds, kitchen scraps, grass clippings, and leaves to make great compost right in your own backyard.
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Our 2 compartment compost bin made from pallets for under $15
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Compost Bin before staining to match the barn. We only stained the exterior – leaving the interior free of all paints and stain
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The front frame of the compost bin
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One of the (3) three square frames that get attached to the front frame to form the bins
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The back of the compost bin
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  • Iam29635090
    on Oct 18, 2017

    I need some help. I have a peeping Tom neighbor. I put privacy slats in my chain link fence, but he still looks through. How can i make a privacy fence out of pallets, about 5' X 8' long? I don't have a power saw but if I had some direction I think I could do it. Please help, thanks, Gwen in AZ

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  • Judy
    on Nov 1, 2013

    We have several pallets not being used for anything else. I want to try this, although my concern has always been skunks. Even far from the house, if skunks are there snacking, the dogs would find them and then the end result is ...bathing a really stinky dog... But I think I'll give it a try and see what happens.

  • Denise Edmondson
    on Jul 26, 2016

    Did this years ago

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