Package a compostable Leaf bag with a small snap together frame so that you can put the bag over top of the frame, snap in place, push the 4 legs into the ground for support & have a trash bag that stays open while you rake & gather leaves. Have the legs telescopic & be able to swivel, so that you can also adapt the bag to be held open but laying on the ground. This way you can "sweep" the leaves into the bag rather than lifting them to insert. After bags are filled they can be place in the trash or used in your yard as compost after they break down.
I JUST LOVE YOUR GLAD TALL KITCHEN TRASH BAGS WITH FLAPS ! TO ME THE FLAPS ARE EASIER TO HANDLE THAN THE DRAW STRING. I THOUGHT HOW FUN AND PRETTY THEY WOULD BE IF YOU MADE THEM IN COLOR TO MATCH THE COLOR OF THE TRASH CANS THEY PROTECT. I HAVE A RED TRASH CAN IN MY KITCHEN AND OTHER COLORS THROUGHOUT MY HOUSE ALL OF WHICH I LINE, THE COLOR BAGS WOULD LOOK JUST LOVELY IN THEM.
A safe, natural insect repellant can be incorporated into the trash bags, to ward off those nasty little critters that seem to invade our kitchens or ruin a Sunday picnic at the park. There are a number of natural substances or natural odors that can be added, i.e. vinagar, clauck, chili peppers, mint leaves, etc..
By adding these ingredients at the time when the plastic is being mixed, or afterwards to coat the trash bags, as in the fresh odor bags, this revolutionary idea will forever change our nasty disposition towards unwanted guests at our Fourth of July picnics.
Lets open this up for comment and discussion, and join together to solve this age old dilemma.
how about some green bags that help keep veggies and fruit and bread fresh longer than the clear ones do...
So, with 2 big labs who eat anything, I'm cleaning up dog puke at least once a month on my beautiful hardwood floors or on my slate kitchen floor. Using papertowels and sanitizer is okay but there are times I'm gagging and hardly get through it! I'm thinking of a large kind of bag that I could put my hand into, pick up the nastiness, then flip it inside out! Yeh, I know they make them for dog poo, but these would be bigger and I could get it all in one bag and throw it out before I add to the mess! Thanks
Most often when I use plastic wrap I use it on smaller bowls/containers, half of the plastic is being wasted because it is too wide. I think a roll of plastic wrap half the length would be a great idea and savings.
bpa free plastic re ruseable cups and plates that have more then one divider for food,veg,liquid ect. or a small round center for pouring dipping sauces. kinda like a sampler platter in meal sizes. unless you have them and i dont know about it and someone let me know plz lol.
I like to make candy specially during the Holiday season and like to wrap individual pieces on cling wrap. Although I have a problem with the regular size of cling wrap. I have been thinking about this for a very long time. I just hate to have to cut with scissors smaller pieces and just have to fight with those little squares. Most of the time I have to throw most of them away because they stick together and it just to complicted. So to make my job and everyone else's job easier, why can't you make a mini box of cling wrap? What inspired me today to send you this idea is I am working on a project that I will be using cling wrap and my work studies are not to happy cutting little squares. I took the reg. box of cling wrap home and got my scissors, tape, knife and re-costructed the cling wrap box and the roll of wrap. Cut everything in half and let me tell you it works wonderful. So for every homemaker, craft person, baker, ect. I will guarantee that your product would be appreciated by them. If you would like to see pictures of my little box of Cling Wrap I can send you some. I am so excited about my reconstructed box, it is just what I have been thinking about for many years. The mini box works really well, so easy to cut small squares and hassle free.
Clearly number food storage containers and lids identically so they can easily be paired by consumers.
I would love for Glad to create a bag that one could fit a baseball bag into and zip up. Both of my sons play baseball and their bags stay in the back of the truck during baseball season. Since we never know about rain, and if my husband forgets to take them out, the bags get soaked and all of the gear inside as well: helmets, gloves, shoes, catching gear, etc.
Of course it would have to be made of durable plastic and a strong zipper.
Is Glad up for my idea?