Glad ForceFlex Plus Tall Kitchen 13 Gallon Trash Bag With 5 Day Odor Control, 120 Count
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- Grips the can drawstring
- Fresh clean scent
- Leak, rip and odor protection
- 5 day odor control
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Only Glad has the stretchable strength of ForceFlex Technology with Odor Shield to neutralize odors. It is designed to fit 13-gallon kitchen trash cans, and its stretchable strength allows you to fill it with just about anything. The unique diamond texture stretches around objects to prevent rips and tears.
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However, the price per bag on Amazon, at the time of this review posting, is not competitive. I purchased this 120 count on Amazon as an impulse buy. A month later, I went to my local Wal-Mart and I noticed that a 55 count was being sold for $9.69 (includes 8% sales tax). That's 18 cents per bag. Currently, the price being charged on Amazon is $27.99 for a 120 count box. This amounts to 24 cents per bag. My recommendation would be to make sure that you determine the price per bag before purchasing on Amazon.
NOTE: I gave the product a 5 star rating because the product works as advertised. I'm not one of those people that bases their rating on Amazon's fluctuating price.
2/20/2012 - UPDATE: I've noticed that people have been giving this product 1 star in regards to the drawstring. I have emailed Glad about this and asked them to change the design of the draw string to make it thicker. If anyone has the time, I would recommend emailing Glad and also requesting this. Who knows, they might listen to us. I still have not had any drawstring's tear and I've been using these bags for a year now. As for the odor, I've read user comments where they complain that it's too strong or not strong enough. Perhaps this is a quality control issue on Glad's part or just very, very sensitive noses?
If you have no problems with the scents, though, they do the job. They are not completely impervious to punctures (I've poked a few holes in them with my thumbs accidentally) but they do a pretty good job of holding in weird-shaped garbage, and they do keep out unpleasant odor quite well (I've had some pretty smelly things in these bags and all I can really smell is the fragrance).
An example: I was using one of these bags to move my tools from my old house to my new one. In one bag, I had a few crowbars and some rather large chisels. The crowbars and larger heaver tools poked holes in the bag. However, the hole stopped there. It may have gotten a little bigger, but the bag did the job. I sometimes overload the bags to a point where it is difficult for me to carry them due to the weight. I have been using them for years, and they have never outright broken.