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Black flexi-bucket - 42L - £1.69 in Tesco
Black flexi-bucket - 42L - £1.69 in Tesco

Black flexi-bucket - 42L - £1.69 in Tesco

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These are fantastic, very strong and ideal for so many things, i use mine in the kids room for their dirty washing and their toys (not in the same bucket of course, lol) but are great for everything.

Tesco have the black one for £1.69, other colours are from £4

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Original Poster

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These are great for filling up with cold water and plonking loads of beer/wine bottles in at BBQ's etc. Good price too

Original Poster

Now there's an idea for the summer, lol i have a few smaller ones too

I got one as a washing basket :P

Think I paid £4 about a month or so ago.

Heat added

i can not find it online....

All the people at Detailing World use these buckets.

Al Fresco

swemartina;4939311

i can not find it online....



same here :-(

what do we need to search for to find it?

oooh could be used for carrying stuff between us from the car to the campsite at Glasto then fill with cold water and beer to keep it cold once we get there lol

Good for planting a few seed potato's in. Just make a few holes in the bottom.

we used these to make an igloo in february

could be handy for growing things in like potatoes

pikachu12;4939568

we used these to make an igloo in february



sorry know going off subject slightly but you have me totally puzzled.....how

They are great things and B&Q were doing them two years ago in all sorts of great colours, though last time I looked they only had green ones intended for gardening ('trugs') which cost a lot more than this.

My only reservation about them is that they can split. But maybe that's because I left one of mine outside for a year.

love these I have different coloured ones for my kids toys and use them as storage tubs under sink - I paid £6 ea at garden ctr though last yr. so these are a bargain - I wouldn't mind some more but I too can't find them online - is it instore only? thanks

Goofey's Girl;4939866

sorry know going off subject slightly but you have me totally … sorry know going off subject slightly but you have me totally puzzled.....how



fill these with snow, compress it down, flip it upside down and you have snowbricks

Good for horses too. Normal buckets get kicked/stepped on and broken very quickly. Rubber buckets at tack shops are really expensive, I might try one of these and see how it goes.

Original Poster

I can't see any of the tubs onlinem, in any colour or size in Tesco

heated, been this price before though

Virtually indestructible!

I was in ASDA the other day and saw black buckets for £1.

i used mine for carrying water around the garden but after a couple of months the handles broke off

*cobra*;4941074

Virtually indestructible!



Initially but they do grow brittle after a couple of years - but they are so cheap whats the hassle? Great for all sorts of stuff, I have mixed cement in mine, used it for carrying fish (dont ask!), gardening (takes loads of leaves), etc, etc. Paid £3.69 for my bright yellow one in Wickes so this is a great price.:-D

£4.70 in Tesco home store cribbs causeway......:x

I use mine for laundry, but the handles just broke after about 2 yaers use. Wilkos do them too now!

mozzer99;4942503

£4.70 in Tesco home store cribbs causeway......:x



Is that every colour?

I was hoping to grab a cheap one from there tomorrow night!

I got two of these in green today from instore for £1.99 each.

Wow great price. These are great for mixing Plaster in. And no cleaning required either, just let it harden and crack it off! Gonna go buy me a few. Cheers!

none left in norwich blue boar store but voted hot as its a bargain

Got my christmas tree from last year planted in one - with holes in the bottom and use the other one for when i weed the garden for transporting to the compost bin

These have been at home bargains recently too, if you're near one of those they around this price too.

Original Poster

I used my wee green one for my gardening stuff today,

These are brilliant,

Laundry baskets - carry tools out to the car when you work on it - catch drops from leaky roofs - us them squashed for pouring vegetable oil (into a funnel into a car tank - not cooking) - moving hedge clippings to a compost heap - they are robust yet flexible and you can use them for so many things.

HOT!!!!

superb for loads of renovation projects, better than clearing into a house bin. great for carrying things to the dump in and easier to manage. with the pink one i usually get some strapping guy to help me, as i do look pathetic, prob as overfill, lol

watch if you stack them though as they can be a nightmare to seperate as vacuum together. i usually put sheets of newspaper between them if stacking, just a tip.

great price

they have a lot of different purposes and they can be used for a lot of things

Aran10;4955930

great pricethey have a lot of different purposes and they can be used for … great pricethey have a lot of different purposes and they can be used for a lot of things



And come in handy very often
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