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Great Value Flap Tie Closure Trash Bags
I am telling you now, DO NOT purchase these. The Great Value Flap Tie Bags are everything you will hate in a trashbag. If you don't already know, these are sold at Walmart. Despite that they are way more expensive than what they are worth, they fall apart as soon as they're about 3/4 of the way full. It is VERY frustrating trying to unfold these when needed as they do not want to unfold. I have ripped the bag trying. IF you make it as far as to go through all of this, then try carrying it to your desired trash pickup spot or can, lifting it, and throwing it in. I GUARANTEE you it WILL rip and you will absolutely return to the inside of your home, smelling ALMOST as bad as the garbage mans outfit after working in that field all day (it's not a smell I ever want to smell again, but I was livid when this occured.)
The Great Value tall kitchen bags are a great value for their price -- just like the brand name suggests. They work well and hold up well against heavy trash. Its only vice, like most trash bags, is sharp cardboard corners and such. I have to recommend buying the version with the drawstrings rather than just the flap tie, though, because it's much more convenient and only slightly more expensive.
I've been using these for 5+ years and I will NOT choose anything else. Excellence in a cheaper brand. My trash can gets filled to the rim, smashed down and still durable. I wouldn't use anything else. I absolutely love using these, and I think they are better than the name brand stuff that is over-priced. Alot of people may think cheap brand, cheap quality......not the case here!!!!
Great value for the prince. if you are like me and you don't want to spend a fortune on garbage bags that then go in the garbage the Wal-Mart brand garbage bags are great. They will not be as tuff as the major brands but unless you are throwing away very heavy or sharp objects these will do just fine for your everyday garbage and kitchen scrap needs.
I tried Great Value bags to save a little bit of money on house supplies. But I have notice that they are starting to fall apart, even with a small amount of trash in them. they are affordable, but are not as good as they used to. Don't get me wrong they are good, but not as they used to be before when they first came out.
Totally happy with these trash bags they hold up well to whatever i put in them could be improved by making them a tick thicker (mils) and larger but i have found them to be suitable for garbage removall and i defenettly will continue too use them and would defenetly recommend them over the leading brands
As the name implies they are a great value and I haven't had any reason not to purchase them again. I like the flaps to get the bag closed securely so nothing falls out and it gives you something to hold on to when taking out the trash. I would recommend them as a very affordable trash bag.
I buy these because they are affordable and readily available in my area. They they don't tear for me- I think I've only had one bag tear in a year now. They tie just fine, too. I have no complaints- they hold up just as well as the name brand bags I've tried so I definitely recommend.
I buy this product when I just need a refill on trash bags around my house. The strings help close the bag when I am throwing it away and that definitely is a pro. This product is 100 percent effective and I recommend it to any one looking for a cheap alternative to other trash bags.
These are thin and floppy bags. I buy them because they're cheap and I figure something that you're buying specifically to throw away doesn't need to be expensive. Trash bags in general are expensive though. I will not use these again as I have instituted a lifetime ban of Wal-Mart.
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