Pack of 30 rubble sacks from screwfix £4.99
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Pack of 30 rubble sacks from screwfix £4.99

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Found 12th Apr 2016
Just noticed that screwfix have reduced the price on their 30 pack of rubble sacks, I usually use the ones from wickes which I really rate but these have a lot of good reviews so I would imagine that are as good as the wickes ones. I know that it isn't a very glamorous deal but if you need to give the garden a good clean out then these would come in very handy as they won't rip or tear as soon as you start filling them up
Just like to add that to get this price you need to go to a store as there will be a delivery charge if you want it brought to your door
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Not your ordinary bin bags - also great for bank jobs

Heated.
has to be said... rubbish deal
Used these a couple of weeks ago when I took down a breeze block wall upstairs. Very happy with their load holding capacity.
Beware if using for broken tiles/plasterboard/ceilings as this type get cut to ribbons in no time (can get tarpaulin bags for this though).

Grrat deal, heated!
an interesting deal,uh
Roger_Irrelevant

Beware if using for broken tiles/plasterboard/ceilings as this type get … Beware if using for broken tiles/plasterboard/ceilings as this type get cut to ribbons in no time (can get tarpaulin bags for this though).Grrat deal, heated!



​Agree completely with this! I used them for tiles, just have to be careful and not load them too much
Wilkos do some good strong rubble sacks, Very strong, £1.50 for 10. They're blue.

They're in household section in my local Wilkinsons rather than gardening.

I tried loads of different rubble sacks as shifted about 12 ton of soil in them.!.

wilko.com/bin…391



Edited by: ".MUFC." 13th Apr 2016
rubbish deal
typical bought x 5 packs the other week
pennyfarthing88

Not your ordinary bin bags - also great for bank jobs :DHeated.


Hatton Garden?
Definitely a good idea to get plenty of these. I made the mistake of not having enough bags and overfilling them and doing my back in lifting them! Buy plenty, and just half fill them (unless you're a part time body builder)
Edited by: "honeymonster86" 13th Apr 2016
Ordered - Thank op
I think rubble sack r great for house moves too. kids toys, clothes & bedding etc. much easier to carry than bulky boxes.
Good price, they used to be £6.99.
i just bought these ('cos of this post... thanks op) for house moving, very happy with the thickness. voted hot
are they of the same quality thickness of lets say the one from sand bags ?? these are the one I consider proper rubble bags that can also be used and reused
shauneco

Wilkos do some good strong rubble sacks, Very strong, £1.50 for 10. … Wilkos do some good strong rubble sacks, Very strong, £1.50 for 10. They're blue. They're in household section in my local Wilkinsons rather than gardening.I tried loads of different rubble sacks as shifted about 12 ton of soil in them.!. http://www.wilko.com/bin-bags+bin-liners/rubble-sacks-10pk/invt/0400391



I used the wilko blue ones before these, and can confirm that these are stronger than the wilko ones.

Just use them sensibly. Anything sharp enough to cut skin will cut through these.

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