15 Litre General Purpose Bucket.  Only 89p at Aldi - 8th July
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15 Litre General Purpose Bucket. Only 89p at Aldi - 8th July

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Found 2nd Jul 2010Made hot 2nd Jul 2010
15 litre bucket. Ideal for any odd jobs around the house maybe?

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Perfect for the 2 bucket method on the car....!

great

Handy, esp when coming home from pub at 2am

Good price, though if you dont have a local aldi wickes used to do them for 99p not sure if they still do.

Great for when the kids are sick

I'm sure I've picked up the B&Q orange ones for a quid as well. Buckets are well cheap these days.

Just checked, and they are £1.28 on the B&Q website, so get yersel down to Aldi!

99p @ asda im sure, if you cant get to aldi

Will4long;8959453

Perfect for the 2 bucket method on the car....!



That was my first thought too!

Damn, I'm after a Special purpose one. :-(

about this price everywhere inc B&Q

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Handy, esp when coming home from pub at 2am



made me laugh

Tesco have 2 different ones at £1 - a 'builders' matt black bucket and a high gloss black one which is with the car cleaning stuff.

Decent enough quality too

These are usually around this price or a nug in your local builders yard

Ask yourself - do you really need another new bucket? The danger with these so-called bargain websites is that some people with little willpower get caught up in the buying fervour when they can't really afford all these luxury consumer goods which they don't rally need, and they would be better doing without - buying food for the family, or paying off debt.

Jezebel McNab;8963722

Ask yourself - do you really need another new bucket? The danger with … Ask yourself - do you really need another new bucket? The danger with these so-called bargain websites is that some people with little willpower get caught up in the buying fervour when they can't really afford all these luxury consumer goods which they don't rally need, and they would be better doing without - buying food for the family, or paying off debt.



Please feel free to get a grip any time you like.

I'll get a couple of these.

Always £1.00 in B&Q ( black and orange)

Geeat for camping if u dont want to walk to the toilets in the night or pee behind your tent.

Jezebel McNab;8963722

Ask yourself - do you really need another new bucket? The danger with … Ask yourself - do you really need another new bucket? The danger with these so-called bargain websites is that some people with little willpower get caught up in the buying fervour when they can't really afford all these luxury consumer goods which they don't rally need, and they would be better doing without - buying food for the family, or paying off debt.



I agree 100%
Things are about to get a lot worse too, as Apple are rumoured to be bringing out the iBucket.
Not only will it have 4G, a new phosphor orgasmic lifelike display, but crucially in a bid to see off Android a new exterior coating honed from moon dust. A B&Q exclusive at 199 pounds, and a "fill as much as you like mortar plan" for only 4.99 per month.

Plenty more starving kids I'd wager.

I always check the quality of a bucket at the point where the handle attaches to the plastic. A cheap bucket doesn’t seem such a bargain when the handle comes off and there's muck or water all over the place.
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