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Turkey tin £1.00 @ Wilko

£1.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
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Turkey tin £1 @ Wilko
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1 Like #1
Thanks for your deal. I've added the price and merchant to your title for you :)
3 Likes #2
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)
1 Like #3
Thank you simplyjimbo
3 Likes #4
simplyjimbo
Thanks for your deal. I've added the price and merchant to your title for you :)
The MODS here are so much more pleasant and polite compared to another site i could mention 10 times.... :D Merry Christmas guys!
1 Like #5
The yorkshire pudding trays are 75p each also heat
1 Like #6
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.
#7
Great find op, heat added :)
#8
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

Quick rinse is all it needs, the extra grease will soon burn off in the smelter. :)
#9
great ..just what I need x ty
#10
Thanks
1 Like #11
Ordered, thanks! Not much more than the throw away ones, and can use this again :)
#12
Is this only for turkeys or can I use it for something else? Need something to keep my Star Wars lego bits in. My mummy doesn't like them all over my bedroom floor. Nice deal.
#13
cheers
#14
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

Called disposable for a reason.....
#15
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

in what Mary Poppins world do you live :)

Use, stick in the bin or stick in the recycling.
#16
I just cover mine in fresh tin foil every time I use it so I just bin the foil and have a clean tray.
#17
In Turkey these are just called tins
banned#18
this sling away mentality sickens me
#19
usetheforceluke
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

in what Mary Poppins world do you live :)

Use, stick in the bin or stick in the recycling.


Common sense should tell you, and for those people who actually care about things other than themselves, that if it's going in the recycling it should be rinsed out.

If it's going in the normal waste, then no, it doesn't need to be rinsed out.
#20
seanmorris100
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

Called disposable for a reason.....


Yes, I completely agree. Disposable generally means, use once, then bin it or if it is going to be recycled clean/rinse then recycle. But not use once and whilst still caked in food, grease or whatever, just chuck it in the recycling anyway.
#21
Don't understand the concept of roasting trays that can't be used on the hob to make gravy.
#22
Can I put my Christmas nut roast in it?
#23
jamgin
Can I put my Christmas nut roast in it?

no as the tin is allergic to nuts :)
#24
Turkey tin or if it snows, Wahoo Bum Sledge
#25
am I the only one who clicked on this deal only to find a roasting tin and not a canned turkey?
#26
norfolkbroadslim
usetheforceluke
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

in what Mary Poppins world do you live :)

Use, stick in the bin or stick in the recycling.


Common sense should tell you, and for those people who actually care about things other than themselves, that if it's going in the recycling it should be rinsed out.

If it's going in the normal waste, then no, it doesn't need to be rinsed out.

So you're advice is to bin it if you don't rinse it....super thanks. You're like that brand of pen, a bic.....always got confused between my b's and d's.
#27
Supalynz
norfolkbroadslim
usetheforceluke
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

in what Mary Poppins world do you live :)

Use, stick in the bin or stick in the recycling.


Common sense should tell you, and for those people who actually care about things other than themselves, that if it's going in the recycling it should be rinsed out.

If it's going in the normal waste, then no, it doesn't need to be rinsed out.

So you're advice is to bin it if you don't rinse it....super thanks. You're like that brand of pen, a bic.....always got confused between my b's and d's.

Ooh resorting to personal insults, shows you up for what you are!

No it's not my advice. It is the advice, well not just advice, but the rules of local councils. Food waste does not get recycled!

Why are you getting so annoyed about this? It's a very easy and perfectly reasonable concept to grasp!
#28
Supalynz
norfolkbroadslim
usetheforceluke
norfolkbroadslim
eslick
Get the disposable ones from home bargains for 59p and put them in the recycling and save on the washing up:)


You'd still have to clean the disposable ones if you were recycling them.

in what Mary Poppins world do you live :)

Use, stick in the bin or stick in the recycling.


Common sense should tell you, and for those people who actually care about things other than themselves, that if it's going in the recycling it should be rinsed out.

If it's going in the normal waste, then no, it doesn't need to be rinsed out.

So you're advice is to bin it if you don't rinse it....super thanks. You're like that brand of pen, a bic.....always got confused between my b's and d's.

It's your not you're
#29
This is called a "ROASTING" tin

we dont have a different tin for every type of meat
#30
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