32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Nice enough, I guess, but uses special smaller bags (not grocery bags),
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I'm not really in a position to say anything too terribly bad about this product, as it is exactly what its description suggests it is.
I do have a complaint, though: this rack uses a custom size of handled bag that is much smaller than the ubiquitous handled grocery bag.
Had I read the description with a little care, I would have known that before I bought one of these things. I actually find the idea of having custom bags for this application preposterous; it never occurred to me that someone would offer such a thing, so I didn't check.
So: my recommendations:
- If you wan't something that uses small, custom bags, this is that thing.
- If you want to use grocery bags for trash under the sink, this thing won't do.
A picture of this rack next to a different rack that actually handles normal sized bags has been uploaded; see above.
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Initial post: Aug 3, 2012 7:28:33 PM PDT
David Brown says:
Grocery bags seem to be working well enough for me so far despite their loose fit. Haven't tried the bags that came with it yet. I do appreciate your review cautioning me that I couldn't count on using grocery bags.
Posted on Apr 11, 2013 11:47:31 PM PDT
I'm not sure why this person says you can't use grocery bags with the "Rack Sack". I've been using grocery bags in mine for years and they work great!! I have never bought the special made bags for this, much too expensive, especially when you can use the free ones from your supermarket..
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