50 Litre Kitchen Bin at ALDI from 23rd Oct - £5.99
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50 Litre Kitchen Bin at ALDI from 23rd Oct - £5.99

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Found 16th Oct 2014
Just spotted this cheap price on thier site.

Unique design means lid will stay open if you need it to
Removable, lift-off lid for easy cleaning
Approx. 40 x 30 x 85cm

20 Comments

Banned

Have they got these in store or just online?

Original Poster

instore only.

Wilkos ones are rubbish not sturdy

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me

hely

Wilkos ones are rubbish not sturdy



I second that. Cheap quality

jase99

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid … Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me



I haven't tried sensor bins as yet, but judging from some friends who have, I wouldn't go near them. They say the sensor stops working after a couple of years, leaving you with an expensive bin.

I guess everyone has their own taste.

jase99

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid … Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me



introduce the other half to anti bacterial wipes!

assuming you open the lid and don't chuck stuff all over the open lid i dont see how it is un-hygenic?

jase99

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid … Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me



Surely it is still a bargain even if
your wife has given it the thumbs
down?
Hot and thanks for the post.

Banned

mines from wilko and they are 100% ok.
I'm looking for a new one but hope 50ltr is big as most bins are small

Its not swing one ! Is it ????

jase99

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid … Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me



wat

phatbear

introduce the other half to anti bacterial wipes! assuming you open the … introduce the other half to anti bacterial wipes! assuming you open the lid and don't chuck stuff all over the open lid i dont see how it is un-hygenic?



If you have been handling rubbish such as waste food, dust, snotty tissues etc and you open the bin the dirt and bacteria is on the lid. Also the bacteria from the rubbish inside the bin will make its way onto the lid whether you get rubbish on the lid or not.

I understand your point. However the saving made by buying a cheap bin would be offset by the use of anti-bac wipes. I just think pedal bins are better and these that you touch the lid are unhygenic, thought it would be common sense and be a helpful point to make but obviously some people don't apprieciate it.

jase99

Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid … Other half insists on foot pedal lid or sensor she say touching the lid is not hygienic. So cold from me



how your wife needs makes this offer cold is beyond my understanding. What is clear to me is that you should be banned from this site as you clearly don't understand where you are...

jase99

If you have been handling rubbish such as waste food, dust, snotty … If you have been handling rubbish such as waste food, dust, snotty tissues etc and you open the bin the dirt and bacteria is on the lid. Also the bacteria from the rubbish inside the bin will make its way onto the lid whether you get rubbish on the lid or not.I understand your point. However the saving made by buying a cheap bin would be offset by the use of anti-bac wipes. I just think pedal bins are better and these that you touch the lid are unhygenic, thought it would be common sense and be a helpful point to make but obviously some people don't apprieciate it.



well personally i wash my hands after handling such items.

the issue of trying to fight bacteria is pointless after all once you have handled your dirty items do you then wash your hands? if so you are just wiping the bacteria on to the tap heads which then gets carried on to your kitchen door handle etc etc etc

Gartley

how your wife needs makes this offer cold is beyond my understanding. … how your wife needs makes this offer cold is beyond my understanding. What is clear to me is that you should be banned from this site as you clearly don't understand where you are...



Yes.

phatbear

well personally i wash my hands after handling such items. the issue of … well personally i wash my hands after handling such items. the issue of trying to fight bacteria is pointless after all once you have handled your dirty items do you then wash your hands? if so you are just wiping the bacteria on to the tap heads which then gets carried on to your kitchen door handle etc etc etc



If you want to throw something away that isn't dirty you don't need to wash your hands with a pedal bin. If you do the same with this bin your hands will be dirty from touching the bin and then transferred to the tap heads etc etc etc. Therefore my point is proven. Thanks.

well theres any easy way of settling this.

show us a pedal bin of equal size for £5.99.

this is after all hotukdeals not how clean is your house

jase99

If you want to throw something away that isn't dirty you don't need to … If you want to throw something away that isn't dirty you don't need to wash your hands with a pedal bin. If you do the same with this bin your hands will be dirty from touching the bin and then transferred to the tap heads etc etc etc. Therefore my point is proven. Thanks.



Keep ya bin clean, problem solved!

Just been in to Aldi to have a look at one of these bins, the lids are awful, the flap opens centrally leaving you about as much room as a letter box to put your rubbish in. Needless to say I didn't buy one, they need to put these bins in the bin!


Edited by: "simate" 23rd Oct 2014
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