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Green Heavy Duty Agri Sacks 30 Pack £2.49 at Screwfix (Free collection)
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Green Heavy Duty Agri Sacks 30 Pack £2.49 at Screwfix (Free collection)

£2.49£550%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 28th Feb

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More stock available, good price and quality bags.

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Low density, tear-resistant polyethylene sacks perfect for heavy duty waste. One time use only. Supplied on a roll.

  • Plastic & Rubber
  • Flush Top
  • Recycled Material

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Beware these are no good for moving e.g. broken tiles, you need the tarpaulin type bags for that.
Not bad for the money if you can find stock.
Roger_Irrelevant28/02/2020 16:56

Beware these are no good for moving e.g. broken tiles, you need the …Beware these are no good for moving e.g. broken tiles, you need the tarpaulin type bags for that.


Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy them for that exact purpose.

Do you have any recommendations?
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WoodlandWanderer28/02/2020 17:49

Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy them for that exact …Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy them for that exact purpose. Do you have any recommendations?


Ikea bags. 50p. Reuse over and over again..

I've just bought 15 of them!
mayzi28/02/2020 18:27

Ikea bags. 50p. Reuse over and over again..I've just bought 15 of them!


Bugger, I'm 30 mins from an IKEA. Thanks though 🏼
WoodlandWanderer28/02/2020 18:30

Bugger, I'm 30 mins from an IKEA. Thanks though 🏼


Aldi ones are good too. The woven type ones. I use them for carrying tools and all sorts and yet to put hole in one.
WoodlandWanderer28/02/2020 18:30

Bugger, I'm 30 mins from an IKEA. Thanks though 🏼


30 mins then 4000 hours trying to find the exit?
WoodlandWanderer28/02/2020 17:49

Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy them for that exact … Thanks for the heads up, was just about to buy them for that exact purpose. Do you have any recommendations?


Sir; Best bet is to try your local DIY or "Ironmongers" shop as they should be called. The smaller shops can be an amazing Aladdin's Cave of good stuff and advice.

Should that be not possible, try online. These look good:

ebay.co.uk/itm…138

Pro-Tip: Empty the bags so you can reuse them, don't just chuck the entire bag and contents into skip. :-)
edthebluenose02/03/2020 10:29

I use these: https://www.toolstation.com/woven-rubble-sack/p46871


They're exactly what I went for, bargain for the price!

Ideal for broken tiles etc.
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