So I have a compost pile in a pretty big container. It gets air, it gets moisture. I started it about a month ago and it it has always smelled like a moist forest. Lately, it has reduced in size enough that it isn't heating up anymore, so I decided to add some more stuff because I was doing yard work. I added brown grass clippings that had a bit of dirt in there. I added fresh grass that I pulled up from outside the lines of the lawn. There were some palm fronds sitting out in the backyard that had dried up like crazy, so I cut off the leaves and added those in, but tossed out the very woody branches. I also found a cardboard box FULL of old newspapers, so I tore up some of that and added that in. Stirred up the whole compost pile and made it homogenous and moistened it a little bit. It has been about 2 hours and I felt like going out and giving it a stir again and it wreaks like hairspray! I'm thinking that it somehow came from the newspaper that I threw in there. I'm not sure what kind of newspaper it was, but it wasn't just black and white, it had a couple of colorful pictures in there. Does that mean that it wasn't any of that soy-based ink? Should I pick it out?