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Norpro 92 Super Stuffer, Silly but absolutely practical

Definitely a ‘super stuffer’. This is an item i have had in both kitchens for many years as it does exactly what it says ‘mainly that it prevents silverware from getting into the disposer and keeps the splatters in the disposal, not back into the sink. ‘ however, this is a replacement b/c it becomes stained and unsightly after a few years. Also, i had one that took on water while being washed in the dishwasher, unsanitary.

My mother-in-law liked it so much i purchased one for her. . It is a simple device, no assembly required. It does what it is designed for – stuffing garbage down the disposal. It doesn’t handle very small pieces, but i just use the sink sprayer after pushing the larger chunks down with the norpro. It is designed so that one cannot push it too far to get caught in the disposal blades. It stops right before contacting the blades. I would recommend this unit if you don’t feel comfortable using your hands or a knife to push down the debris. It is a much safer way to handle debris down the disposal. I spoke with my mother-in-law to get her opinion.

While i like it and it works well at keeping fingers out. I’ve had two of these and, while i like it and it works well at keeping fingers out of the disposer and allows water to drain, both have always filled with water almost immediately; not being a good thing, i have pushed two pin holes into the bottom so the water drains out. I put it into the dishwasher each time i do a load so i’m hoping that keeps bacteria at bay somewhat. . I will probably not buy another one.

Key specs for Norpro 92 Super Stuffer:

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  • Store in sink drain to keep utensils and small objects from falling into your garbage disposal.
  • Keeps hands away from garbage disposal
  • Easy, safe and handy to use
  • Dispose-All Stuffer safely pushes garbage and kitchen waste down the garbage disposal
  • Safe and handy to use

Comments from buyers

“Does the job. My mother-in-law liked it so much I purchased one for her., Works and Looks great!, Finally, a way to get kids to put their plate scrapes down the disposal”

I’ve had one of these for more than 10 years, and have appreciated how it keeps the spoons out of the garbage disposal. It eventually cracked, but worked well anyway. The crack caused it to retain water, which actually did help it to stay in the drain. I had forgotten that it is light weight, and floats up out of the drain when using the sink. Now that i have the new one, l have been reminded. Nevertheless, i am glad that i got a new one. Perhaps they will make it a bit heavier after reading my review?.

My mother-in-law liked it so much i purchased one for her. . It is a simple device, no assembly required. It does what it is designed for – stuffing garbage down the disposal. It doesn’t handle very small pieces, but i just use the sink sprayer after pushing the larger chunks down with the norpro. It is designed so that one cannot push it too far to get caught in the disposal blades. It stops right before contacting the blades. I would recommend this unit if you don’t feel comfortable using your hands or a knife to push down the debris. It is a much safer way to handle debris down the disposal. I spoke with my mother-in-law to get her opinion.

Definitely a ‘super stuffer’. This is an item i have had in both kitchens for many years as it does exactly what it says ‘mainly that it prevents silverware from getting into the disposer and keeps the splatters in the disposal, not back into the sink. ‘ however, this is a replacement b/c it becomes stained and unsightly after a few years. Also, i had one that took on water while being washed in the dishwasher, unsanitary.

Both my wife and i have mixed feelings about this product. It does work well for poking scraps down the drain. However, because it protrudes significant up from the drain it must frequently be removed to use a drainer or to set a pot in the sink for soaking or washing. Additionally, we discovered the hard way that a teaspoon can easily slide by into the disposer and out of sight.

While i like it and it works well at keeping fingers out. I’ve had two of these and, while i like it and it works well at keeping fingers out of the disposer and allows water to drain, both have always filled with water almost immediately; not being a good thing, i have pushed two pin holes into the bottom so the water drains out. I put it into the dishwasher each time i do a load so i’m hoping that keeps bacteria at bay somewhat. . I will probably not buy another one.

Silly but absolutely practical. This was such a silly purchase. I bought it to stuff garbage down my disposal. It really does do a better job than my fingers and it is definitely safer. Now i keep it in my disposal opening and it keeps things from falling in by accident.

This is a fantastic little product that keeps hands safe when shoving food into the disposer. With the quieter disposer models, the rubber drain baffles are not as flexible this helps get food into the drain safely.

Had one of these many years ago and i’ve searched for another one for ages, and nobody seemed to carry them (even bb&b). Keeps silverware and most other small parts from going into the disposal, and you can use it to push vegetable clippings, etc. Into the disposal instead of using your hands or other utensil. It sits up quite high in the sink, so if you tend to set pots or plates in the sink, they won’t sit flat. It’s hollow and sealed, so if you pour a lot of water into the sink at one time (for example, dumping out a pan of pasta water) the super stuffer bobs up.

Finally, a way to get kids to put their plate scrapes down the disposal. This stuffer solved two problems in our household: 1) kids dropping silverware down the disposal; and 2) kids refusing to push their plate scraps down the disposal. Saving your silverware by using this is a no-brainer. And now kids scrape their plates correctly—since they can use the stuffer to push the ‘gross’ scraps down without touching them or wasting 30 gallons of water from the sprayer. I haven’t had any issues where any water gets trapped inside the stuffer. My only complaint is that the plastic does show some staining. I toss it in the dishwasher or give it a quick scrub with cleanser and it’s good as new. I wish it didn’t stick up quite so far, but it’s designed that way so there is room for smaller food to flow around the fins and down the disposal without removing it entirely.

Hi allsince the topic is about garbage, i’ll try not to write a too glowing review?. Well just love that all white color considering the topic (such a bright and clean look) really helps cheer up this unpleasant task. I use it often, never touches anything (the garbage dispenser blades and very easy to rinse clean; nothing much or anything seems to cling to it). Also, it has that big top handle for a comfortable and strong grip; it quickly and securely moves the way i direct it (no problems, everything is easily and thoroughly completed (no mess)). Tip: i have a preserve blue drinking cup and a leftover glad small container in which i put the drinking cup and then the white stuffer. I just prefer that it stay vertical (easy to grasp) and not lie around in some small tray. Also, ziploc has it’s (ziploc twist n loc – medium size tall container) which has a nice fit. Buy amazonians——————————–.

Had one of these many years ago and i’ve searched for another one for ages, and nobody seemed to carry them (even bb&b). Keeps silverware and most other small parts from going into the disposal, and you can use it to push vegetable clippings, etc. Into the disposal instead of using your hands or other utensil. It sits up quite high in the sink, so if you tend to set pots or plates in the sink, they won’t sit flat. It’s hollow and sealed, so if you pour a lot of water into the sink at one time (for example, dumping out a pan of pasta water) the super stuffer bobs up.

I’ve had one of these for more than 10 years, and have appreciated how it keeps the spoons out of the garbage disposal. It eventually cracked, but worked well anyway. The crack caused it to retain water, which actually did help it to stay in the drain. I had forgotten that it is light weight, and floats up out of the drain when using the sink. Now that i have the new one, l have been reminded. Nevertheless, i am glad that i got a new one. Perhaps they will make it a bit heavier after reading my review?.

I first saw this item (or one very much like it) over 20 years ago and i’ve been searching for it ever since. I bought something similar not too long ago that had a scraper on the end, but it wasn’t good at pushing food scraps down and was very uncomfortable to hold by a little knob at the top. While the purpose of this device is to stuff food into the disposal, i like to leave it in the drain because it’s also great at preventing silverware and other small items from falling in. Unfortunately, though, when i run water in the sink, the super stuffer floats out of the drain, defeating the purpose of keeping it in there. I’m considering drilling holes in the bottom and top to let air pass through, but then i worry that food bits will get in there and stink it up.

This is identical to a previous item that we had for 5 – 6 years and which was beginning to deteriorate. You can push stuff into the disposal without getting your hands covered with crud or risking your fingers. Leave it in the sink to keep items that could be ruined if they fall into the disposal or for that matter could wreck the disposal. It isn’t a stopper so water will drain from the sink while it is in place so you can run the disposal with it in place. It has certainly stopped me from dumping cutlery into a running disposal. This is an inexpensive useful gadget.

But it actually fits and works fine. This product seemed almost too large for the opening in my disposal, but it actually fits and works fine. From time to time we have put it in the dishwasher because it tends to get soiled, but it comes out sparkling clean.

I first saw this item (or one very much like it) over 20 years ago and i’ve been searching for it ever since. I bought something similar not too long ago that had a scraper on the end, but it wasn’t good at pushing food scraps down and was very uncomfortable to hold by a little knob at the top. While the purpose of this device is to stuff food into the disposal, i like to leave it in the drain because it’s also great at preventing silverware and other small items from falling in. Unfortunately, though, when i run water in the sink, the super stuffer floats out of the drain, defeating the purpose of keeping it in there. I’m considering drilling holes in the bottom and top to let air pass through, but then i worry that food bits will get in there and stink it up.

This is a fantastic little product that keeps hands safe when shoving food into the disposer. With the quieter disposer models, the rubber drain baffles are not as flexible this helps get food into the drain safely.

Finally, a way to get kids to put their plate scrapes down the disposal. This stuffer solved two problems in our household: 1) kids dropping silverware down the disposal; and 2) kids refusing to push their plate scraps down the disposal. Saving your silverware by using this is a no-brainer. And now kids scrape their plates correctly—since they can use the stuffer to push the ‘gross’ scraps down without touching them or wasting 30 gallons of water from the sprayer. I haven’t had any issues where any water gets trapped inside the stuffer. My only complaint is that the plastic does show some staining. I toss it in the dishwasher or give it a quick scrub with cleanser and it’s good as new. I wish it didn’t stick up quite so far, but it’s designed that way so there is room for smaller food to flow around the fins and down the disposal without removing it entirely.

I first saw this item (or one very much like it) over 20 years ago and i’ve been searching for it ever since. I bought something similar not too long ago that had a scraper on the end, but it wasn’t good at pushing food scraps down and was very uncomfortable to hold by a little knob at the top. While the purpose of this device is to stuff food into the disposal, i like to leave it in the drain because it’s also great at preventing silverware and other small items from falling in. Unfortunately, though, when i run water in the sink, the super stuffer floats out of the drain, defeating the purpose of keeping it in there. I’m considering drilling holes in the bottom and top to let air pass through, but then i worry that food bits will get in there and stink it up.

Silly but absolutely practical. This was such a silly purchase. I bought it to stuff garbage down my disposal. It really does do a better job than my fingers and it is definitely safer. Now i keep it in my disposal opening and it keeps things from falling in by accident.

Hi allsince the topic is about garbage, i’ll try not to write a too glowing review?. Well just love that all white color considering the topic (such a bright and clean look) really helps cheer up this unpleasant task. I use it often, never touches anything (the garbage dispenser blades and very easy to rinse clean; nothing much or anything seems to cling to it). Also, it has that big top handle for a comfortable and strong grip; it quickly and securely moves the way i direct it (no problems, everything is easily and thoroughly completed (no mess)). Tip: i have a preserve blue drinking cup and a leftover glad small container in which i put the drinking cup and then the white stuffer. I just prefer that it stay vertical (easy to grasp) and not lie around in some small tray. Also, ziploc has it’s (ziploc twist n loc – medium size tall container) which has a nice fit. Buy amazonians——————————–.

Norpro 1 Gallon Ceramic Compost Keeper : If you dump your compost keeper every day or two, this is a nice product.

The perfect complement to my outdoor composter. I bought this ceramic compost keeper, because i was not willing to pay for the stainless steel version. The only disadvantage i can see about this one is the possibility of chipping it; however, it’s just a matter of handling it with care. I initially selected red, because i wanted to buy it directly from amazon. At that point they weren’t selling the white one that i could find. It turns out i love the red one; it adds a little bright spot to my kitchen that is probably good feng shui. I am finally using the outdoor compost bin that i paid quite a bit of $$ for. I could not get in the habit of using the outdoor bin without something to ‘catch the scraps’ in the kitchen. This is the perfect motivator. I got the book, let it rot, to help me learn how to do things ‘properly’.

Attractive but not funtiona. Compost looks good on my black counter top. Wish it was larger as we eat a lot of vegetables and fill it every day. The handle is not functional. The hooks always slip off and are useless. We do not have room under the sink for a larger container. Looking for a better compost keeper.

Norpro 1 Gallon Ceramic Compost Keeper, White

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  • Stylish 1 Gallon Ceramic Compost Keeper in White
  • Stores vegetable peelings, egg shells, coffee grinds and more until ready for transfer to outdoor composter
  • Includes odor preventing filter in the lid that will last up to 6 months
  • Use replacement filters #93F.
  • Easily clean with warm soapy water

I purchased this and another compost keeper. If you aren’t planning on carrying out the container to your composter and/or use a liner then this will work just fine. However, sometimes, the bio bags start composting by the end of the day or leak and you need to take the container out and this just isn’t one for that. So, if this is only staying on your counter and you have a routine that works with that, this is awesome. For me, i keep the addable french inspired painted steel one to use on a daily basis and this as a back up (plan on rinsing and airing them in the sun occasionally).

Clean, simple lines for useful crock. This black compost crock is beautiful in my newly remodeled kitchen. I had to put felt pads on the bottom as it left scratch marks on the new countertop (also black). Works as well as the old crock but just prettier.

Clean, simple lines for useful crock. This black compost crock is beautiful in my newly remodeled kitchen. I had to put felt pads on the bottom as it left scratch marks on the new countertop (also black). Works as well as the old crock but just prettier.

Norpro 1 Gallon Ceramic Compost Keeper, White : I purchased this and another compost keeper. If you aren’t planning on carrying out the container to your composter and/or use a liner then this will work just fine. However, sometimes, the bio bags start composting by the end of the day or leak and you need to take the container out and this just isn’t one for that. So, if this is only staying on your counter and you have a routine that works with that, this is awesome. For me, i keep the addable french inspired painted steel one to use on a daily basis and this as a back up (plan on rinsing and airing them in the sun occasionally).

Attractive but not funtiona. Compost looks good on my black counter top. Wish it was larger as we eat a lot of vegetables and fill it every day. The handle is not functional. The hooks always slip off and are useless. We do not have room under the sink for a larger container. Looking for a better compost keeper.

Works great if you can keep the lid off. When we first decided to start vermicomposting, we knew we needed something to contain our kitchen scraps for the week so as not to disturb our worm community too much. We decided on this compost keeper because the price was right, the reviews were pretty good and the color went well with our decor. It ended up being perfect for our needs but we don’t use it exactly as it is intended. The design fit right in with my lineup of white porcelain bowls and cake stands. It looks like it was meant to be displayed with them, just as i’d hoped. The size is perfect for about a week of scraps from two people. We eat a good amount of vegetables, though. If you are more than two people and eat a ton of veggies, you’d be emptying this pretty frequently, so i might consider a larger size. Lastly, the handle makes it easy to pick up and bring out to the composter. Even though it’s just a thick wire bent around two nubs, the handle on our piece seems to be fitted well. It doesn’t look like it’ll slip off unless we really force it, and the handle itself is thick enough that we wont bend it on accident. Now for what i didn’t care for. I believe the intent of this compost keeper was to hide your kitchen scraps while still allowing them to breathe through the little holes in the lid.

Bought it for my folks – the color is perfect for their kitchen. They are just starting the compost journey – and are thrilled with how easy it is to use. They filled it up in 2 days. Super durable, easy to clean. Looks beautiful on the counter top – i have a white one on my counter.

Cute and practical little pot. . We recently purchased a house with a huge garden and a compost bin so i really wanted to compost all my vegetable scraps. This works perfectly for that. I fill it up and then take it out and dump it. For as small as it is it holds a lot of scraps. My only complaint is that it stains. I have had this for a few months and the inside is stained from coffee and tea grounds. I never let my scraps sit for more than a day and always wash it with warm soapy water and can’t seem to get rid of the stains. Oh well at least it is just the inside stained.

Lid lasted for about 16 months. I really wanted a black compost counter bin because our counters and backsplash are very dark and i didn’t want this to be a prominent part of our decor. I was warned by some friends (just after i placed the order) that the lid would break. Sure enough, a piece about 1 inch across chipped off the lid within about 6 months. I glued it back in place, and the rubber gasket helped keep it in place (it also acts as a little bit of a shock-absorber too). But now, 16 months later, the lid’s rim has chipped again and the whole lid has cracked in half so i am going to have to get another one. I’m going to get a black metal one that will come to almost $50 with shipping, but i know it won’t break after less than a year and a half.

Lid lasted for about 16 months. I really wanted a black compost counter bin because our counters and backsplash are very dark and i didn’t want this to be a prominent part of our decor. I was warned by some friends (just after i placed the order) that the lid would break. Sure enough, a piece about 1 inch across chipped off the lid within about 6 months. I glued it back in place, and the rubber gasket helped keep it in place (it also acts as a little bit of a shock-absorber too). But now, 16 months later, the lid’s rim has chipped again and the whole lid has cracked in half so i am going to have to get another one. I’m going to get a black metal one that will come to almost $50 with shipping, but i know it won’t break after less than a year and a half.

If you dump your compost keeper every day or two, this is a nice product. . This is a good compost keeper for use on your counter top. What i like most is the attractive, bright red design. The size is also perfect for use next to the kitchen sink. Also, the cost for this keeper is $10-15 less than only slightly better products i had found. However, the vented top with ‘filter’ is not as nice as i had hoped. The filter is not very substantial and it is held in place by pressing the filter into the slightly smaller sized top. The filter has stayed in place, so far, but i keep expecting it to fall out when i open the lid. The filter does not keep the compost from smelling after more than a couple days. Also, the handle is held to the side by simply twisting around the post (see product photo).

If you dump your compost keeper every day or two, this is a nice product. . This is a good compost keeper for use on your counter top. What i like most is the attractive, bright red design. The size is also perfect for use next to the kitchen sink. Also, the cost for this keeper is $10-15 less than only slightly better products i had found. However, the vented top with ‘filter’ is not as nice as i had hoped. The filter is not very substantial and it is held in place by pressing the filter into the slightly smaller sized top. The filter has stayed in place, so far, but i keep expecting it to fall out when i open the lid. The filter does not keep the compost from smelling after more than a couple days. Also, the handle is held to the side by simply twisting around the post (see product photo).

Nice product but if i did it over again – stainless. I purchased this product after already owning the stainless version for a year. I gave the stainless to someone else because this white ceramic pedestal – looking object seemed to fit with my decor better. But what i’ve found is, (1) i am for the first time a bit nervous about breaking it or breaking glass tea pots when i shake the loose tea into this container, (2) it is certainly heavier than the stainless when lugging it (the weight is not a deal breaker), and (3) it does not seem to seal around the edge of the top anywhere as well as its stainless counterpart resulting in fruit flies getting attracted to it and actually inside on a regular basis – something that seemed to happen less with the stainless one. So carbon filter helps a lot but the leaky cover undermines the filter. Still compared to not having either choice and seeing how nicely made this object is, it gets the benefit of just over half credit in my scoring. I’d go back to stainless in a heartbeat when i feel the moment has come.

Like the other reviewer i find the handle comes off all the time, but i didn’t mind the look at all. It is virtually odorless, even when almost overflowing, and i stick the filter right in the dishwasher from time to time. I have only handwashed the crock, but it is easy to care for. I’m happy with it, and am not making hardly any waste since it arrived.

I purchased this and another compost keeper. If you aren’t planning on carrying out the container to your composter and/or use a liner then this will work just fine. However, sometimes, the bio bags start composting by the end of the day or leak and you need to take the container out and this just isn’t one for that. So, if this is only staying on your counter and you have a routine that works with that, this is awesome. For me, i keep the addable french inspired painted steel one to use on a daily basis and this as a back up (plan on rinsing and airing them in the sun occasionally).

Cute and practical little pot. . We recently purchased a house with a huge garden and a compost bin so i really wanted to compost all my vegetable scraps. This works perfectly for that. I fill it up and then take it out and dump it. For as small as it is it holds a lot of scraps. My only complaint is that it stains. I have had this for a few months and the inside is stained from coffee and tea grounds. I never let my scraps sit for more than a day and always wash it with warm soapy water and can’t seem to get rid of the stains. Oh well at least it is just the inside stained.

The perfect complement to my outdoor composter. I bought this ceramic compost keeper, because i was not willing to pay for the stainless steel version. The only disadvantage i can see about this one is the possibility of chipping it; however, it’s just a matter of handling it with care. I initially selected red, because i wanted to buy it directly from amazon. At that point they weren’t selling the white one that i could find. It turns out i love the red one; it adds a little bright spot to my kitchen that is probably good feng shui. I am finally using the outdoor compost bin that i paid quite a bit of $$ for. I could not get in the habit of using the outdoor bin without something to ‘catch the scraps’ in the kitchen. This is the perfect motivator. I got the book, let it rot, to help me learn how to do things ‘properly’.

Lid lasted for about 16 months. I really wanted a black compost counter bin because our counters and backsplash are very dark and i didn’t want this to be a prominent part of our decor. I was warned by some friends (just after i placed the order) that the lid would break. Sure enough, a piece about 1 inch across chipped off the lid within about 6 months. I glued it back in place, and the rubber gasket helped keep it in place (it also acts as a little bit of a shock-absorber too). But now, 16 months later, the lid’s rim has chipped again and the whole lid has cracked in half so i am going to have to get another one. I’m going to get a black metal one that will come to almost $50 with shipping, but i know it won’t break after less than a year and a half.

Lid lasted for about 16 months. I really wanted a black compost counter bin because our counters and backsplash are very dark and i didn’t want this to be a prominent part of our decor. I was warned by some friends (just after i placed the order) that the lid would break. Sure enough, a piece about 1 inch across chipped off the lid within about 6 months. I glued it back in place, and the rubber gasket helped keep it in place (it also acts as a little bit of a shock-absorber too). But now, 16 months later, the lid’s rim has chipped again and the whole lid has cracked in half so i am going to have to get another one. I’m going to get a black metal one that will come to almost $50 with shipping, but i know it won’t break after less than a year and a half.

It looks nice other than one side of it has a lot. I just received this item yesterday (a day earlier than i expected – that was nice). It looks nice other than one side of it has a lot of tiny holes in the porcelain. I was pretty disappointed to see that. I don’t know how the item works yet as i just got it, but wanted to comment on the look of it.