I am on overstock looking for a new trash can to replace these. I bought them about 15 months ago and loved them! But once we hit a year (as the warranty went) they stopped working. The cans would open on their own or not at all. I thought it was such a great product but in my case they didn't last.
This product is good. We have a busy clinic with with multiple screens a day. Our bathrooms need to be clean and fresh. I've tried blue blocks and they would just sit with minimal blue color. This product was a good idea! Its a great value, we have boxes that shoild last the clinic a year. Its easy to drop in and change out. I was surprised how blue the water was and the patients appreciate that its cleaner.
These bags are the ONLY 64 gallon that are available today, which are compostable. With many city and local trash companies supplying 64 gallon trash containers to their customers, it is hard to find a 64 gallon liner. These liners do fit the bill, however, they are quite flimsy and tend to tear with any kind of pressure put on them. They are ONLY good for lining a large trash can and would not be good to any kind of lawn or leaf materials. They come apart with the slightest pressure put on them. But the fact that they are compostable make them worthy of just lining the trash can.
It is hard to believe that so many of the big box stores sell 64 gallon trash cans today, and NOT ONE OF THEM has a 64 gallone liner available for sale at the store. Wake up buyers for Wal-Mart, Home Depot , Lowe's, Ace and True Value. Find the consumer a worthy 64 gallon trash can liner that is also environmentally friendly. These stores all have 55 gallon liners, which are worthless in a 64 gallon contai...