Spring Facelift for your wheelie bin :)  Wheelie Bin Numbers @ Aldi from March 19th, 3-pack for 49p
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Spring Facelift for your wheelie bin :) Wheelie Bin Numbers @ Aldi from March 19th, 3-pack for 49p

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Found 15th Mar 2015
Ideal for identifying your refuse, garden or recycling bins after collection.

Water-resistant and washproof
Choose from White Daisy or Plain Yellow

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That reminds me of the time I asked the guy in my local takeaway, "Where's your wheelie bin?"
"I've wheelie bin to Hong Kong", he replied.

Spring Face-lift ? I need a face-lift every morning.

This is good as I paid 39p each for 1 sticker 2 weeks ago in Home Bargains

backinstock

That reminds me of the time I asked the guy in my local takeaway, … That reminds me of the time I asked the guy in my local takeaway, "Where's your wheelie bin?""I've wheelie bin to Hong Kong", he replied.



Yeah but where's his Wheelie Bin?

Great price

good deal...thanks

Just use a marker to write the number on - much cheaper!

We also only write on the lid - I do not want anyone driving past knowing that number 15 is probably out at work as the bin is still outside. and therefore the house is empty.

The only people who need to know where the bin belongs are our neighbours in case they take ours.



Edited by: "ian18" 16th Mar 2015

22tanya

Spring Face-lift ? I need a face-lift every morning.


haha...thats quite funny

I tend to use mine as a flat surface when spray painting small items so the lid is covered in a multitude of lovely colours, theres red, black,silver and from last florescent pink, yellow and orange, no need for house numbers on ours to identify them.
Edited by: "harlzter" 16th Mar 2015

Just pick a sticker lying around your home. Any sticker will do, and you will know what bin is yours without spending anything

Get that council estate look for us 49p!

Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?

harlzter

I tend to use mine as a flat surface when spray painting small items so … I tend to use mine as a flat surface when spray painting small items so the lid is covered in a multitude of lovely colours, theres red, black,silver and from last florescent pink, yellow and orange, no need for house numbers on ours to identify them.



Warhammer?

Bugeyed

Just pick a sticker lying around your home. Any sticker will do, and you … Just pick a sticker lying around your home. Any sticker will do, and you will know what bin is yours without spending anything


Good point in making a visual distinction. I've found a band of gaffer tape around my bin marks it out.

bma1445

Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it … Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?



It's not a problem if they're swapped. The problem is when the bin men just dump them anywhere. Do you want to be the idiot taking your neighbours' bins because yours has gone missing, and you assume they have been left at their home in error?
Edited by: "Hal" 16th Mar 2015

Hal

It's not a problem if they're swapped. The problem is when the bin men … It's not a problem if they're swapped. The problem is when the bin men just dump them anywhere. Do you want to be the idiot taking your neighbours' bins because yours has gone missing, and you assume they have been left at their home in error?



It wouldn't be a problem - I would hope I was on good enough terms with my neighbour that we could work out how to solve the problem of a missing bin :P.

Do they have letters or just numbers? need to get Blenheim Palace on the bin

bma1445

Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone … Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?



We had to as one of ours went missing for a week as a neighbour took two in by mistake for some reason. Not happened again since we put the numbers on.

bma1445

Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone … Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?



I don't live on a "council estate" (not that there's anything wrong with council estates, and I've seen cleaner/tidier properties on council estates than some private to be fair), and yet the bin men still fail to return them to the original position of outside your property, I don't think the bin men discriminte when it comes to that.

I personally have mine writren in permanent marker, in a discreet place, but only because we keep ours clean, and our neighbour doesn't lol!

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bma1445

Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone … Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?



Yes it is - i use a bin liner in mine so its clean and does not smell horrid. sometimes they';re disgusting, so only want mine back thanks!

bma1445

Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone … Get that council estate look for us 49p!Seriously though - has anyone needed to identify their bin? I mean, is it really the end of the world if you accidentally swap two identical empty bins of the same age and size with your neighbour?


no problem if you are simply swapping but my mum had hers stolen last week (guessing by a neighbour), council wanting £25 for a new one.

Banned

suze.ro

Yes it is - i use a bin liner in mine so its clean and does not smell … Yes it is - i use a bin liner in mine so its clean and does not smell horrid. sometimes they';re disgusting, so only want mine back thanks!




I agree most are **** stinking and I like my bin clean. Someone swapped ours with a filthy one and I checked loads and still couldn't find it so phoned council and they sent a brand new set of all the bins

Stickers wont help when people steal/swap them though.

Our council won't take rubbish in bin bags inside the wheelie bins, makes recycling and grading that much harder.
I personally don't understand a number of replies on this post:

If your bin is outside all day, and if there is no number on it, the potential breakers-in will simply look to your front door for the number of the house.

If you are so concerned with the smell of your bin that you keep outside, hose it down or pay the 1 of 1000 companies that offer a cleaning service, around our way it's about 50p and takes 20 seconds. Hhmm fresh

Do you know it neve occured to me that I would go looking for any other bin, other than the one that the dust cart man put back outside my house when he was done emptying it, yet many people do, I have learned something today; of what use it is I'm not so sure but I have learned something.

This trash talk amuses me. Thank you and good night.

this is a wheelie great deal...
Edited by: "vinsona85" 16th Mar 2015

I live at number two, so just have a big number two on my bin.

hvc123xo

This is good as I paid 39p each for 1 sticker 2 weeks ago in Home Bargains



I'm guessing you live at a number between 1 and 9 then?

backinstock

That reminds me of the time I asked the guy in my local takeaway, … That reminds me of the time I asked the guy in my local takeaway, "Where's your wheelie bin?""I've wheelie bin to Hong Kong", he replied.



"Oh that's cool, where else have you been?"

"Been, been is outside by curb."

hvc123xo

This is good as I paid 39p each for 1 sticker 2 weeks ago in Home Bargains



We were just looking on home bargains for our numbers, but they only had 1,2 and 8. Our house has none of those numbers.

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bazzamone

I agree most are **** stinking and I like my bin clean. Someone swapped … I agree most are **** stinking and I like my bin clean. Someone swapped ours with a filthy one and I checked loads and still couldn't find it so phoned council and they sent a brand new set of all the bins :)Stickers wont help when people steal/swap them though.



Mine went missing once, the council said sometimes they commit bin-icide and jump in the lorry! They sent a new one too!

I'll be popping in on Thursday and I'll ask the young female assistant if I can have a 69.
I hope I don't get a slap!

backinstock

I'll be popping in on Thursday and I'll ask the young female assistant if … I'll be popping in on Thursday and I'll ask the young female assistant if I can have a 69.I hope I don't get a slap!



Good luck finding someone free who can help you at Aldi.

Blueandy99

Our council won't take rubbish in bin bags inside the wheelie bins, makes … Our council won't take rubbish in bin bags inside the wheelie bins, makes recycling and grading that much harder.I personally don't understand a number of replies on this post:If your bin is outside all day, and if there is no number on it, the potential breakers-in will simply look to your front door for the number of the house.If you are so concerned with the smell of your bin that you keep outside, hose it down or pay the 1 of 1000 companies that offer a cleaning service, around our way it's about 50p and takes 20 seconds. Hhmm fresh :)Do you know it neve occured to me that I would go looking for any other bin, other than the one that the dust cart man put back outside my house when he was done emptying it, yet many people do, I have learned something today; of what use it is I'm not so sure but I have learned something.



if you recycle, your bin should not smell as it would not contain food, plastics, paper, cardboard etc.

Our rubbish bin only goes out every 2 months - takes that long for the family to fill. Other bins more often.

Can't understand lazy people who don't bother to recycle. (not saying Blueandy99 is such)

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