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5 reviews | 4 out of 5
Not a fancy trash bin, but serves the purpose I guess. For about $11 (Sales tax included) is ok I guess. Just a plastic 26 gal drum to put weekly trash...nothing fancy....more than enough room for weekly trash for family of 3-5 individuals. Serves it purpose and no wheels to break off. It's pretty light so will blow away after trash is removed, so suggest bringing it in from curb after use. Just bought it so don't know how it will hold up after a year of use. Color is black, so attractive enough looking.
This garbage can will be cut in half to grow sweet and the other for lettuce.It is a cheap and easy way to garden without breaking my back.
got this for lawn waste. there are no wheels and the lid is kind of hard to put on. it's hard to move with the lid on. but it was less than $9. kind of can't ask for more that that. bottom line, it holds the junk. good enough for me!
Too wide at top for 30 gal. bags--33 gal. or better (39 gal. is the best bet). (Can't find a can intended for 30 gal. , anyway--at least not at stores.) Lid proves somewhat hard to fit around top--workable, though. (Crude fit which requires some attention.)
Purchased at Walmart over 10 years ago, or so. Appears to incorporate a sort of plastic which doesn't dry out and become brittle--at least if not exposed to elements or sun--uncertain about that claim, given the latter conditions.
Plastic is thin, yet very tough. Not smooth--small bumps. As indicated elsewhere here, it's very light--any good wind might blow an empty or lightly loaded one around. May be invoked for crude, yet effective emergency storage or moving--not easily torn or broken--flexes under heavy load. Easy to hose off and clean.
No wheels--handles somewhat hard to grip--simply molded outward bulges with no holes for fingers. Traditional conical, cylindrical shape. Made in the USA. Perhaps best economical choice.