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It is generally not a good idea to put cotton swabs into a home composting bin.
Cotton swabs are made from synthetic materials that do not break down easily in a composting environment.
These materials can take years to break down and can make your compost pile unbalanced.
Additionally, cotton swabs can contain trace amounts of chemicals and other contaminants that can be harmful to plants.
It is better to dispose of cotton swabs in a responsible manner, such as by placing them in a trash bin or contacting your local waste management company for proper disposal.