9 Things To Avoid Putting Down A Garbage Disposal


If you're among the lucky ones who own a garbage disposal (or garborator) in the kitchen, you'd know the convenience it offers. While it helps reduce kitchen waste, there are certain items that could potentially harm or clog the system. Here are some of the common culprits:

Egg Shells: Contrary to popular belief, egg shells can be problematic. The membrane inside the shells can stick to the blades, leading to blockages. It's better to compost them.

Meat Bones: They're just too tough for the disposal. Bones can damage the blades or even jam the mechanism. Toss them in the trash.

Onion Skins: Soft and flexible, they often wrap around the blades instead of getting chopped up. It's safer to compost them.

Potato Skins:

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