Tesco Value Refuse Sacks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco household products
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Customer Tesco Value Refuse Sacks Reviews (57)
by - written on 31/10/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I have always been a big fan of Tesco value products because I find a lot of their range tastes / works really well - sometimes just as much as the big branded stuff... and I REFUSE to spend a lot of money on certain things and bin bags is just one of those things - I don't see the point for something that just gets thrown in the bin anyway! Since the revamp of the appearance on the Tesco range I do find myself buying a lot more products now but their refuse sacks is something I have always bought since living on my own. ********** First glance The appearance of these sacks has changed dramatically since the days of the above ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
There are some household products that are worth paying that little extra for and it's only when you use an inferior quality product that you realise that cheap doesn't necessarily mean cheerful. Take the subject of this review, Tesco's Value refuse sacks or bin bags as they're more commonly known, practically every home uses them, they're essential for storing and holding household and kitchen waste yet can vary dramatically in price depending on what you buy and where from. I do a lot of my grocery shopping online, it's more convenient for me and I like being able to take my time making my selections without feeling rushed around a supermarket. I don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
We shop at Tesco's each week on the internet, making use of their £5.00 delivery service (saving on petrol and time). When shopping online you tend to be drawn away from the more expensive products, and towards the best deals and cheapest alternatives. As a result we always seem to end up with a roll of 30 Tesco Value 'sacks' which we use to line the kitchen bin, collect garden debris (twigs, leaves and dirt), and sometimes to move laundry from family home to family home. My overall impression of the product, built up over several years of its use, can be summed up by one simple expression: 'They're alright'. The sacks come in a roll which is kept together by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 16 readings)
This is a review of Tesco Value Refuse Sacks. I don't tend to swear by any one brand of bin bag but have one priority in mind and that is to spend less on something that goes straight in the bin! I usually pick up bin bags from Pound Land but we were out of bin bags on a recent shopping trip so I put a couple of these in to the trolley to try out. Packaging The packaging for these bin bags is very minimal which is definitely a good thing. The bags are rolled together and secured with a paper liner and this has all the information about the bin bags on them. Uses Our main use for these bags is the kitchen bin which is a big Brabantia ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I have been buying these bin bags ever since I needed to buy my own. Bin bags are actually quite expensive for what they are, after all you buy them to throw them away and whilst my mums not batted an eyelid at paying £4 for 20 bags, I on the other hand am not so keen! The last time I bought these they were still called Tesco Value Refuse Sacks where they cost me less than £1 for 40 bags but of course now Tesco have had their rebrand they are called Tesco Everyday Value Refuse Sacks and they retail at just 97p for 40 bags. At less than 3p a bag, I dont care if I'm buying them to throw them away! The packaging is similar to that shown above but the label now ... Read the complete review
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