I crurently use GLAD FORCEFLEX Tall Kitchen Drawstring Bags and love them! But GLAD can go farther by hitting the "designer bag" market. I mean, have you seen the movie, "Keeping up with the Jones"? If one person buys it, then the next person has got to have it.
They look great! They will sell very well! I think this is a million dollar idea. Let me illustrate my point. Check out the images below.
I like to bake for family get togethers. I often find that I make something like cupcakes or close to that size but have trouble transporting them. I don't always want to bring a good pan, tray or plate in fear that I will either forget it, something will happen to it, or I will have to leave it and won't see it again.
It would be great to see a reusable or disposable or take and toss kind of 12 cupcake and dessert carriers!
I wish Glad made a bag sturdy enough to use to line my handbag. That way, when changing purses all I'd have to do is move my filled Glad liner from one bag to the next ... with the bonus of not have to clean out my bag after I switched everything out.
I wish there was a lid I could substitute for the regular fast-food cup lids that are only fitted with straw holes. I have a toddler and if restaurants offered a sippy cup lid option (or I had lids I could carry with me), it would really make life easier!
I would love to see the jumbo sized Gladware containers so that they could be used for household storage and organization. We already use small GladWare containers to help our family organize things like crayons, markers and other craft supplies and of course food storage.
I would love to see GladWare containers in a jumbo size that could be used for small toy and other storage. There are a ton of storage containers, but since they aren't for food use... they aren't BPA free! GladWare is BPA free, which is super important to me as a mommy of a little one.
I see non-BPA Free storage containers on the market, but don't want to store blocks and other toys in these containers. I know my kiddo has always been a mouther, so I worry that there is a risk and opt for BPA-free options.
No matter what options I find, it's often time to find something BPA-free with a lid and sometimes you needIt would be wonderful to pick-up a 3-pack or so of a jumbo sized GladWare containers whenever I need, that I could use to organize the playroom, little ones room, etc.
Glad plastic containers have been a big hit through the years. I have dedicated a rather large cupboard to hold all the types and sizes I have. However, I have this need that I tried to "make" from Glad existing containers and was not successful. There is a company that created something called "Lap Top Lunch" which is simply, different sizes of plastic containers inside one larger container and then put in a tote bag. I tried to copy that idea w/ your products (just the containers, not the tote bag). My personal impetus/concept was to try to create a bento-box-style array of containers to hold the variation of foods I wanted for lunch. I wanted it to all fit nicely together... w/ interchangeable sizes. The Japanese people often use these rather precious lacquer boxes to hold their lunch foods (I'm not Asian). There is some sort of appeal to that... it makes your (diet) foods more welcome perhaps. Glad's containers would be a practical American version of that. I really think this could be a huge hit and another revenue stream out of the plastic container business. Thank you.
Whenever we have gatherings at home, the park, or anywere else, and trash cans are not accessable, such as pool party's. we often resort to either hanging a bag by a nail, or tying to somthing that will hold it, so guest can drop their trash, or recycle. the problem with this is that the bag will automatically close shut do to the pulling of the handel on the bag. and with a hanfull of item s it is hard to fight open.
My Idea is simple and easy......install a 1'' thick adhesive strip in the upper top rim of the bag. it will serve tow purposes. 1- you will now be able to stick the bag on the edge of a table or wall, without the bag closing on you and it will save time when looking for a place to tie down the bag, the adhesive will allow you to stick it anyware. as long as the adhesive is rated strong enough to hold up heavy objects.
My submission is a disposable mitt that lifts pet hair from surfaces. This mitt is constructed of two thin sheets of Glad Press'n Seal with an opening that allows a hand to be inserted so the hand doesn't come in contact with pet hair. The mitt will be of a shape that allows the hand to be turned over to use both sides.
When mitt is no longer adhesive due to pet hair accumulation, the user grabs the inside of the mitt with the thumb and fingers, and uses the non-covered hand to pull the top of the mitt down, turning the mitt inside out and disposing of it.
The mitts would be single use and can be packaged in a decorative box, much like tissues, or can be dispensed from a roll, much like cellophane wrap.
It would also be great if the mitts could be made of a biodegradable version of Glad Press'n Seal.
I would love to see trash bags that had a smell to deter animals from getting in your trash and also trash bags to keep insects away. Here in Fl it is a constant battle to keep ants out of your outside trash can.