Sainsbury's Basics Refuse Sacks Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's household products
Newest Review: ... my husband to Sainsbury's for a roll of black bin bags. He came back with these Basics Refuse Sacks. He said that he didn't ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Refuse Sacks Reviews (33)
by - written on 19/03/13, updated on 19/03/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I don't normally need to buy refuse sacks as our local council provides specific refuse bags that the rubbish must go in. They provide enough for one per week and you get a roll at the start of each year. If you have more rubbish than will fit in the one bag then you can also put out extra normal black bin bags as well. We don't generate enough rubbish to fill more than one refuse bag, hence not normally needing to buy any refuse sacks. I decided that we should have a mini spring clean and clear out in the house last weekend and as I was busy sent my husband to Sainsbury's for a roll of black bin bags. He came back with these Basics Refuse Sacks. He said that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/12 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I buy bin bags not to go in the bin, but to fill with trash when I am having a clear out or doing DIY, as I am currently doing my house up that's actually very often. I didn't want to pay megabucks for something which I just throw out so I went for the Sainsbury's Basics Refuse Sacks. **Price and Availability** The price is 73p for 30 sacks which is excellent value for money compared to the price for non value sacks, which can be around £2.50 for 30. You can buy sacks in Poundland at £1 for 10 so again the Sainsbury's price can't be beaten in terms of low cost and quantity. **Packaging** The bags are rolled up as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
For a change, I did my shopping at Sainsbury's instead of Tesco's and one item on my list for that week was bin liners. I tend to us the Tesco value one as although they aren't particularly strong, they do the job ok for general household waste and are a fraction of the cost of some better brands and I like to save pennies where I can. I presumed the Sainsbury's basics bin liners would be of the same quality, and I wasn't disappointed. The Sainsbury's ones are a little more expensive than the Tesco ones as a roll of refuse sacks from Sainsbury's costs £1.00, with the same roll of the same quality being available at Tesco's for just 79p. In a roll ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I have been going through a hard time moneywise lately and have gradually been working my way through the Sainbury's Basic's range as well as the Tesco Value, so along with the food items I have been putting in my trolley to try I thought I would give the Basics Refuse Sacks a go. At only 73p for 30 sacks they are a lot less than approximately £2.50 that you pay for other makes of sacks. The sacks come in a roll which has the trademark Sainsbury's Basics wrapper - white with orange writing. The first thing I noticed when I undid the roll was how thin these sacks appeared to be. They felt like they would tear very easily and i must say this is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
We don't often use black bags. Like a lot of people I guess, we use plastic shopping bags a lot of the time. We have two bins in our kitchen - a small one for non-recyclable stuff which we line with aforementioned shopping bags and a much larger one for the recyclables - about 80% of what we throw away goes in the larger bin and my wife normally buys some white ones that just fit the bin. Last week I got into trouble (I 'm always getting into trouble) for getting these Sainsbury's Basics bags. I had noticed her supply was diminishing so popped these in the trolley as I couldn't find any white ones of the right size for our bin. They come in a roll, ... Read the complete review
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