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Old 01-26-2018, 11:47 AM   #1
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Just wanted to share with everyone this trash bag holder for a 13- 20 gal trash bag. It is just what I wanted to use when we are cooking and clean up. It fit a 13 gal tall kitchen garbage bag. That is the same size I use inside too. It is small enough that I am not wasting a large 30gal bag and throwing it away before it get full. I bought it on line from www.zoro.com, product number G3744422.
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Old 01-26-2018, 12:39 PM   #2
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Here's a direct link to the item the OP is mentioning.
20 GAL. SILVER TENSILE ZINC PLATED STEEL PORTABLE BAG HOLDER ITEM # G3744422
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Old 01-26-2018, 07:12 PM   #3
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I love the Tips & Tricks threads. The OP's trash bag holder reminded me that I'd been looking for something like that. I poked around a bit and found one that collapses down. Think I'm going to have to go for it before our next trip!

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I like these, but not sure I would want to keep them outside at night, especially at night in the campground we frequent. The campground recommends not doing so since they have raccoons that will raid any trash can left outside especially if there is food stuff in them. And there are even bears that might decide to wander in. But setting one up temporarily then getting rid of the garbage by nightfall would be a good idea.
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I bought the 30 gal’ish wire one from harbor freight. It works pretty good and stores flat, but it’s flimsy till you get some weight in it.

I think I want one of these...
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