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#1
reduced from £50 to £4.99 for the bags?
You must be joking
#2
hahahahaha - funny joke!
#3
Where's the deal? £5+£5.50 postage for bags?
The bags without postage work out at 20p each, ASDA sell 8 Wheelie bin liners for £1.28 (16p each) and I expect other supermarkets have similar prices plus I have seen posts with people saying you get 10 for £1 at Poundland and I think I might have seen very strong versions in LIDL (not sure of price).

Anyway I put my rubbish in free supermarket carrier bags in the bin and then tie them and chuck them in when full - no smells here. If people have bins full of rotting food waste I suggest they are throwing too much food away and should reduce it and compost any peelings etc. If you fill it with disposable nappies I suppose it could smell but you could reduce the use of these too.
#4
[SIZE=2]Im missing it all here... why not use black sacks?[/SIZE]
#5
gary_rip
[SIZE=2]Im missing it all here... why not use black sacks?[/SIZE]


or just chuck some disinfectant in if it smells, save yourself all the money.
#6
We pay £1.80 per fortnight to have our bin jet washed, so I can see the benefit, tbh.
#7
Yes, they do seem v v v v v v expensive! How the hell can they ever be worth £50 for 25???
#8
Surely if I'm saving £45 it must be a bargain ;-)
#9
Ha ha ha

this all seems like a load of rubbish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:p:p


Wash your own bin out, buy a cheap pressure washer or pay your children to wash out the bin (reasonable age only!)
#10
thepharmacist
Ha ha ha

this all seems like a load of rubbish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:p:p


Wash your own bin out, buy a cheap pressure washer or pay your children to wash out the bin (reasonable age only!)

yeah... once the kids get bigger they can't get in the bin properly and miss the corners;-)
#11
vale of clwyd
yeah... once the kids get bigger they can't get in the bin properly and miss the corners;-)



:giggle: :w00t: lmao
#12
never cleaned my wheelie bin once even once and I even had maggots once last summer when I forgot to put the bin out and it festered for an extra week. Close the lid and you can smell anything.
#13
pinkleponkle
never cleaned my wheelie bin once even once and I even had maggots once last summer when I forgot to put the bin out and it festered for an extra week. Close the lid and you can smell anything.


:w00t:
#14
Surely if I'm saving £45 it must be a bargain


:lol:

-40 °


Crikey, the temperature has dropped in here, I am running out of this thread before I freeze to death.
#15
Rubbish..
#16
This is whot u call a "Bin Deal"
#17
crap deal to me
#18
[COLOR=olive]A wheelie wubbish thwed[/COLOR]
#19
Its a right "mess this one"
#20
Fantastic. Ordered 50!
#21
Darn, thought it was for the bin.

We need a bin like that as the birds have started to have a go at the bags.
#22
£4.99 would be expensive for the bin, the council give them to you for free here. 3 Wheelie bins, black, green, and brown for nought.
#23
Not here they don't.

We have weekly collections and no bin.
#24
well considering i pay £2 per month to get my bin jet cleaned i think this is a good deal!!!! begrudge paying the delivery charge tho - but still a good deal!!!
#25
anyway, anyone looked at this site? theres loads of really good cheap bargains!! especially baby safety stuff - buy 1 get 2 free!!!!! from£1 - some amazing things here!!
#26
Oh boy, there was me thinking we all needed to be more environmentally friendly by reducing waste to landfill and here we find a supposed deal which will help us increase it instead (AKA more plastic bags).
#27
Oooh goodie - that is just what the overloaded landfil sites need - more un-degradable heavy gauge plastic!
" help to prevent smells building up " - ever thought of closing the lid of the bin? This gauge of plastic is so thick that you can't tie it off, so it is less effective at odour control than a black bin bag!
Bringing the temp. down should at least control the maggots on this rubbish deal:viking:
#28
£50 for bin sacks (even £4.99's too much) - I'd rather spend the money on food and drink and use our power washer to clean the bins

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