Polder WB-1035-87 Wink 8-2/3-Gallon Trash Can, Black and Stainless Steel
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- 8-2/3-gallon trash can with sleek industrial styling
- Sturdy steel construction; available in a variety of finishes
- Engineered pedal mechanism keeps lid tightly closed to reduce odors
- Can lifts off galvanized liner for hassle-free bag changing
- Measures 13-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 29 inches
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This Polder Wink Trash Can has a 8.7 gallon capacity to hold all of your trash needs. It has a sleek industrial style that will fit into any kitchen or backyard. It is engineered so that the pedal mechanism keep the lid tightly closed to reduce odors. The design make sit so you can lift off the liner for easy bag changing.
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Taking out the trash was easy enough... but here's the other thing. What you see in the picture is just a giant cover. There's a separate bucket that just sits underneath. So you just lift off the entire "trash can" and dump out the pail that's underneath.
I was tempted to give this 2 stars, just because it was the only trash can that was in this style, but I just can't bring myself to... No excuse for something this poor quality, especially at the price I bought it at.
I was genuinely happy with it at the beginning. It's very aesthetically pleasing. However, within the year of having it one of the springs broke and the only way to close it was to push the foot pedal up. Which was fine for a while, we could deal with that. But about a year after that, the second spring broke and now the wink won't close at all. It stays open and fruit flies collect within a day of throwing out fruit. It's completely useless now. However, if anyone out there actually spends the money on this garbage can, you're being taken for a ride. If you're financially secure enough to replace it after a year or 2, go for it.