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Boba Blinks' Guide to Composting Your Plant Lashes at Home

Written by BOBA BLINKS
2 mins read

Composting at home is like having a magical little garden in your backyard where your food scraps and yard waste go to get transformed into nutrient-rich compost, to help your plants thrive and give your biodegradable lashes a happy home!

How To Get Started 

  • Find a sunny spot with good drainage for your compost bin or pile.
  • Add a layer of brown materials to the bottom. Brown materials are dry materials like leaves, straw, and shredded paper.
  • Add a layer of green materials on top. Green materials are wet materials like food scraps, grass clippings, and coffee grounds.
  • Keep adding layers of brown and green materials until your bin or pile is full. Don't forget to add your lashes!
  • Water your compost pile regularly, but not too much. The compost should be moist but not soggy.
  • Mix your compost pile every few weeks to help it breathe and break down faster.
  • Once your compost is finished breaking down, you'll have a dark, crumbly material that is rich in nutrients. You can use this compost to improve the quality of your soil in your garden or yard.  

          Composting Tips

          • Add a variety of organic materials to your compost bin. This will help to create a balanced compost pile.
          • Shred or chop your organic materials before adding them to the compost bin. This will help them to break down faster.
          • Avoid adding meat, dairy, or oily foods to your compost bin. These materials can attract pests and can also smell bad.


            Composting is a breeze! It's a fun and easy way to reduce your waste and improve your soil. With a little bit of planning, you'll be composting at home in no time.