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.