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Designerliners Stylish Colorful Decorative Biodegradable Trash Bags


Designerliners are stylish biodegradable trash bags that can beautify any room in the home. The bags come in ten different color/pattern combinations; Pink Polka Dot, Orange Polka Dot, Navy Blue Polka Dot, Red Gingham, Gold Gingham, Black Leopard, Blue Leopard, Red Toile, Blue Toile, and Black Tattersol.

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My Opinion:
Love these cool and stylish bags! They fit nicely in most office or bathroom garbage cans. And the styles to choose from are great!
I was sent some red checkered bags. They reminded me of a picnic table cloth, but I liked that. Immediately I put it in my garbage can and though they are a little large, it was okay to fold them over and create a new look on my can.
I appreciated that they held together well, and were easy to dispose of too.
Definitely a new favorite for me, since I am constantly at the Dollar Store buying up all the little bags I can find.


5/5


Recommend? Most definitely!


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

  1. These are cute. I'm not sure if I'd be willing to pay for them though.

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  2. so cute! perfect for a fashionable luncheon ;-D

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  3. they are very cute. probably would save them to use for special occasions. currently i recycle the plastic grocery bags for free.

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  4. Those are rally cute. They would be great for my guest bathroom and office since those are places where you can see my trashcans.

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