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simplehuman In-Cabinet Trash Can, Heavy-Duty Steel Frame, 10-L / 2.6-Gal
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- Hangs securely inside your cabinet door for easy access while you're busy at the kitchen counter - then hides out of sight when you are done
- For a cleaner look, simply detach hanging hook and mount can directly to the cabinet door
- Holds the bucket securely in place, yet allows it to easily lift out for emptying
- Attaches to the frame and covers the bucket to prevent smelly odors from escaping
- The liners are tailored to perfectly fit our cans so they don't slip and the bag stays completely hidden when the lid is closed
- Hangs securely on cabinet door or permanently mounts with screws
- Heavy-duty steel frame
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|Capacity||2.6 gallons||20 quarts||9 quarts||15 liters||35 quarts||20 quarts|
|Item Dimensions||11.7 x 8.7 x 14.3 in||8.5 x 14.62 x 16.62 in||9.5 x 7 x 11.12 in||11 x 10.5 x 11 in||10.62 x 22 x 10.62 in||9.8 x 16.6 x 20.4 in|
The simplehuman in-cabinet can hangs inside your kitchen cabinet door for quick and easy access while you are busy at the kitchen counter. For a cleaner look, it can be mounted directly onto your cabinet door with included screws. The durable plastic bucket is held in place by a chromed steel frame that is strong and sturdy, yet allows for easy lifting out and emptying. The bucket is made of plastic the frame that holds the bucket in place is made of steel.
Top Customer Reviews
I love that I never have to worry about buying garbage bags again. I use reusable grocery bags, and when we'd forget we'd ask for paper and use those as recycling containers. It seems strange paying for plastic bags that you will just throw out. I forget my bags often enough that we won't run out of liners for this.
The only thing this is inconvenient for are very large items, as they take up most of the space or don't fit if the trash can is half-full already, so then it is just easier to take those out to the big trash can by themselves. Examples of those would be larger take-out containers from restaurants, large bottles, such as wine bottles, and the styrofoam bottoms of frozen meat if they are very large (though you can easily breaks those into smaller pieces and then fit them).