VIPP garbage bins

VIPP garbage bins

It would be a shame to use this garbage bin for garbage. However, I'll have to take on in orange, chartruse and maybe even the pink. Think they can be used as stools?

  • In my quest to treat my mother (earth) better, I stumbled across this little ditty. So obvious. One of those things that I can't believe I didn't invent. But never fear, someone else thought of it for me! Whether or not you us... In my quest to treat my mother (earth) better, I stumbled across this little ditty. So obvious. One of those things that I can't believe I didn't invent. But never fear, someone else thought of it for me! Whether or not you use reusable canvas bags when shopping or not, plastic bags add up. I know my mom has been using plastic bags as garbage bags for years, and this just makes it all the more convenient! Highly recommend!

  • Bags where they belong! StashCan is a kitchen trash can with the added ability to store trash bags in the can itself. No more hassle with drippy bags, and time consuming trash removal. The StashCan makes your trash routine far si... Bags where they belong! StashCan is a kitchen trash can with the added ability to store trash bags in the can itself. No more hassle with drippy bags, and time consuming trash removal. The StashCan makes your trash routine far simpler, cleaner, and speedier. Step on StashCan's foot pedal to open the lid to dispose of your garbage. Once your trash is full, simply open the stainless steel rimmed top and pull out the removable, lightweight, plastic liner containing the full trash. Remove your full trash bag and clean the liner . Replacing the liner with a new, unused trash bag is simple due to the storage unit in the top, rear of the can. Never search around your kitchen for trash bags again! This separate trash bag compartment allows new bags to be easily accessed by pulling upward on the next available bag in the roll or stack. Once replaced, pop the liner back into the StashCan. With the StashCan, trash removal is a chore that you and your children won’t mind completing!

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  • A step towards a dustbin design revolution

  • Hide the bag, use ones from the store and have a more stylish trash can.

  • great extra garbage can to have on hand for parties or working in the yard, folds up to save space when not in use.

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  • This is a smaller kitchen trash can - about a 9 gallon capacity - but what it loses in volume, it makes up in style. Its black finish is accented with a stainless steel pedal, handles, and lid. The top of the can consists of two s... This is a smaller kitchen trash can - about a 9 gallon capacity - but what it loses in volume, it makes up in style. Its black finish is accented with a stainless steel pedal, handles, and lid. The top of the can consists of two separate lids that "wink" close. Kinda looks like a hollow-tip bullet eh?

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  • This is not your average trash can. These Artala cans are graced with cool, colorful designs and are biodegradable. They're designed to break down into a fine powder once in a landfill.

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  • I love this trashcan so much, it is embarrassing. I have the large size for my kitchen and the standard kitchen trash bag with a drawstring fits it PERFECTLY. Sure, it doesn't have a footpedal to open the lid, but do those EVER wo... I love this trashcan so much, it is embarrassing. I have the large size for my kitchen and the standard kitchen trash bag with a drawstring fits it PERFECTLY. Sure, it doesn't have a footpedal to open the lid, but do those EVER work?? No! The lid is easy to flip up, as it overhangs the edge a little, and then STAYS up if you open it all the way. A large opening makes it easy to stuff in pizza boxes. Say No to the super-expensive trash cans out there, and buy this! On my next trip to IKEA, I'm going to pick up a couple of the smaller ones for my home office, bathrooms, etc. (I need ones with lids - my silly dog loves to shred any paper left in open wastebaskets). Priced at $14.99 to $6.99, you can't go wrong with this.

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  • Do you read when you're on the can? I don't, but I know many people do, and that's why I got a chuckle (and then a head-tilt and a 'hmmm!') out of this great design from Snowtone. How appropriate a reading surface? This kind of... Do you read when you're on the can? I don't, but I know many people do, and that's why I got a chuckle (and then a head-tilt and a 'hmmm!') out of this great design from Snowtone. How appropriate a reading surface? This kind of product makes me realize I need a day of the week just to go around my house, doing normal tasks, then ask myself questions like, "what would make my life the tiniest bit better right now?" Then maybe I too would be a wealthy gal. I like this very much.

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  • Doctors and dentists throughout the world use Vipp waste bins because they're compact, airtight and sanitary -- and those same qualities are what make Vipp Bins the perfect diaper pail. Other diaper pails may be airtight, but they... Doctors and dentists throughout the world use Vipp waste bins because they're compact, airtight and sanitary -- and those same qualities are what make Vipp Bins the perfect diaper pail. Other diaper pails may be airtight, but they're often made of odor-absorbing plastic that can leave a lingering smell each time they're opened. That's why we love these Vipp bins: they're made of stainless steel that's easy to keep clean and odor-free. Handmade in Denmark, their clean lines fit into almost any decor and room.

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