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Rated 3 out of 5Â by TobiGail Flippy Trippy Little Bin
Upon opening the package for this product I was so disappointed. It is very, very tiny. I will admit to not having read the product description as closely as I should have. I had been planning on putting this in the master bath as a trash bin. Well, that's gone by the wayside.
But before returning it, it occurred to me it would make a terrific little kitchen counter-top waste bin into which to toss all those pieces of trash generated while cooking. Then there's just one trip to the garbage can instead of dozens. Clean up shouldn't be a problem; it looks to be top-shelf compatible in the dishwasher.
So I'm going to go way outside the box and give it a try. Wish me luck. :)
May 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by foxybrutus Works great on the kitchen countertop
I bought this to use on my kitchen countertop while I am cooking or baking since I do not have a trash can close by. It has worked well for eggshells, butter wrappers, empty sugar packets, etc., even brushing off crumbs from table and countertop. Once I am done I just take it and dump it in the larger trash can. So far it holds everything until I am done. It does not have a liner, so once I am done I just wash it out. So far it has not retained any smells or odors.
March 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by shequilts2 just the right size
This fits in a tiny spot in our rv bathroom, and the flip lid keeps things looking neat.
March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HerbieFan Problem Solver
I like to get my money's worth out of products and I don't like to spend money to clean up problems that I might have helped cause. I also like to try and have my solutions look nice and neat. The round flip bin has helped me do all these things. I hate to throw away napkins or paper towels that really haven't been used for much but you can't really re-use them for their original purpose and rinsing gunky, greasy things down the drain that might start building up and causing plumbing problems are two of my issues where I want to get my money's worth and I don't want to pay a plumber to take care of a messy problem that suddenly develops. Keeping a pile of used paper products just laying around waiting to be used to wipe out excess grease and other stuff that remains in pans once dinner is over with does not really please the eye though. I now have this nice looking bin sitting on the counter by my sink with used (but not used up) paper products ready to wipe out pans before they hit the sink to get rinsed out and washed. I am totally pleased with my solution!
May 5, 2013