Product Type: Daisy in Homeware
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Daisy Refuse Sacks
Member Name: anwar7
Daisy Refuse Sacks
Advantages: decent quality,good size.useful tie handles
Disadvantages: they are plastic and therefore not good for the enviroment
I try to recycle as much as possible,but inevitably we still have rubbish that has to be placed in our main bin.Unlike some councils,ours doesn't provide bin bags. I like to keep our bin as clean as possible,so always use bin bags. I have tried various supermarket value bags and have always been disappointed at how thin they are! I fist bought Daisy bin bags several months ago and have been using them ever since.
The bags come on a long roll with perforations between each bag making them easy to separate. The bags are help together by a paper wrapper with picture of a daisy. Each bag can hold up to 70 litres so they are a decent size. The bags are also quite thick and unlike the value ranges I have tried,they don't tear easily. Each bag has a tie handle. This is a real bonus for me as my children seem to forget that a bin needs empting and fill it to the top! This makes it really difficult to tie and rubbish would often spill out onto my kitchen floor. These bags are more expensive than the cheapest value range and a 20 roll pack will cost you £1.99 in Tesco.
Overall these are decent quality dustbin bags and I will be buying them again.
Summary: bin bags
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