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A stronger bag with less plastic waste! Glad Tall Kitchen Drawstring Bags now feature reinforcing bands that help add strength while using less plastic. This innovation will save 6.5 million pounds of plastic each year.* That’s the equivalent of keeping 140 million trash bags out of landfills each year! It’s a small change that can make a big difference. Plus these bags are stronger than ever, so go ahead and fill ‘em up. Simply close with one quick pull of the sturdy 3-layer drawstring, grab by the handles and toss away with ease. The 13-gallon size is great for a kitchen or busy home office.
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It may be the type of trashcan we have, but we find these bags are constantly ripping near the top. Not as strong as we had hoped for.Published 22 months ago by Piper's Mumma
I've used Glad tall kitchen bags for years now; never had a problem until they reformulated them to use "Less Plastic. Read morePublished on September 14, 2012 by Ron Rothman
Was happy to find this item sold in bulk on Amazon. They arrived promptly. Neatly packaged. Just what I wanted. Am sure to buy them again.Published on January 17, 2012 by ladyinclover
First, I would like to say that I've used these bags for the last 6 months and they have served me faithfully. Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by Eric D
I bought these a year ago, and I'm still working my way through the 180 bags. I've never had a problem- no broken bags, no faulty drawstrings, etc. Read morePublished on November 23, 2011 by Bill P.
There are many types of trash bags -- the unbreakable/untearable, the odor-contorl, the ultra-sized and the heavy duty.
These are the normal kind of kitchen bags. Read more
Lately,the drawstring pulls right out of the bag,or there is a tear at the top,which tears further upon use. I'll b e shopping for another brand.Published on September 24, 2011 by Gary C
There aren't a lot of criteria for a good trash bag. Not breaking is pretty much all I want it to do. Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by Helen Hostetter