Small Flexi Tub mix colors - From £2 @ ASDA
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Small Flexi Tub mix colors - From £2 @ ASDA

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been this for ages but still a good deal, larger ones were £3
They have been this price for well over a year. Good price though and they are so versatile. We use the bigger ones (£3) for shoes and toys, I use the smaller ones for football boots and odds and ends. Also have a small pink one for my hairdryerand hair stuff; I use small silver ones for sorting laundry and transferring between machines, etc. When our kitchen was in chaos I used one as an emergency washing up bowl, and also used one for bathing a baby when the bathroom was having work done. Also keep small one in the car boot - good for putting wet shoes or jacket in. We also use a small one for storing packets of crisps in the kitchen. Invaluable!
Yep, normal price at ASDA.
Lou Scotland

They have been this price for well over a year. Good price though and … They have been this price for well over a year. Good price though and they are so versatile. We use the bigger ones (£3) for shoes and toys, I use the smaller ones for football boots and odds and ends. Also have a small pink one for my hairdryerand hair stuff; I use small silver ones for sorting laundry and transferring between machines, etc. When our kitchen was in chaos I used one as an emergency washing up bowl, and also used one for bathing a baby when the bathroom was having work done. Also keep small one in the car boot - good for putting wet shoes or jacket in. We also use a small one for storing packets of crisps in the kitchen. Invaluable!



Glad I'm not the only one with an extensive collection of these amazingly useful buckets... And have used the, for almost all the same things while house was building site & we had baby & toddler... Now they're often used for a last minute run round tidy up before people arrive...
Same price I bought our collection of them for 2 years ago, but I do still keep thinking about getting a couple more 'just in case' ... Most recently we've been using a small one on the floor on a rainy day as a 'sand pit' or messy play bucket!
Great for mixing plaster etc in. In fact essential..

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JustKeepSmiling

Glad I'm not the only one with an extensive collection of these amazingly … Glad I'm not the only one with an extensive collection of these amazingly useful buckets... And have used the, for almost all the same things while house was building site & we had baby & toddler... Now they're often used for a last minute run round tidy up before people arrive...Same price I bought our collection of them for 2 years ago, but I do still keep thinking about getting a couple more 'just in case' ... Most recently we've been using a small one on the floor on a rainy day as a 'sand pit' or messy play bucket!



Just checked what ours were in use for this evening - one small tub was being used to hold parts, fittings and tools during a bike repair, and I had 3 small tubs in use after a large load of laundry to sort the socks before going to different bedrooms to put them away. I find them to be absolutely the best product of this type because they are flexible and don't break. Even if they are squashed out of shape they just spring back again and, when not in use they store inside each other and take up no space at all. People who don't have any don't know what they are missing!
Anyone know how many litres these are? Thanks.
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