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32-Gallon Rubbermaid Roughneck Trash Can (Green or Mocha)

brisar 108,727 April 7, 2013 at 04:00 AM in Home & Home Improvement (8) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 04-07-2013 at 01:09 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has 32-Gallon Rubbermaid Roughneck Trash Can w/ 10-Year Warranty (Green or Mocha) on sale for $8.98 with free store pickup only. Thanks brisar

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*New further price drop on this*

Previous 83-thumb-up FP Deal when it was $10

32-Gallon Rubbermaid Roughneck Trash Can
w/ 10-Year Warranty

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#16
Not bad! Bought 2.

Quote from mhousealum View Post :
Not a member of PETA, are u?
I don't think anyone these days would admit being a member of PETA. Not many people want to be associated with murderers of beloved pets to get a flawed message across.
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Quote from andje View Post :
Not bad! Bought 2.



I don't think anyone these days would admit being a member of PETA. Not many people want to be associated with murderers of beloved pets to get a flawed message across.
fill me in what happened with peta.Confused
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#18
good for recyclables inside the house. in for 1. thanks op!
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Quote from GeorgyG View Post :
Werent these just on sale for the same price a couple of weeks ago, that had mixed reviews? Mostly negative ones on durability?
I have a link in my OP to the previous deal that was more expensive.

which reviews?
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#20
price is a great deal. i really want it but i may wait to find a deal on a new can with wheels.

tu and reps coming your way on this find op
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Quote from andje View Post :
Not bad! Bought 2.



I don't think anyone these days would admit being a member of PETA. Not many people want to be associated with murderers of beloved pets to get a flawed message across.
What are they doing?

I do like peta naked ad campaign... they just neglect showing the good parts.
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Quote from cgott42 View Post :
How thick are these?
any suggestions-
I have 2 garbage cans, and the squirrels eat a hole through them, and then ravage my garbage bags
Any suggestions for a SD on something they won't go through?
<edit> preferably non metal
thx
Quote from Lt.JimDangle View Post :
Cyanide or Rat Poison mixed in with the garbage will do the job
Quote from mhousealum View Post :
No it doesn't...



Not a member of PETA, are u?
it used to be raccons that would knock over the garbage and party all night. Now, after rabbies I havent seen a rcoon in years, so the squirrels have taken over. They go after bread. So I leave a bag of old bread & leave the garbage alone. its blackmail but we need squirells..I had a squirel grab a cookie tray yes ther were cookies in them but the little bastid took the whole tray and made such a racket I thought my gutters were comming down. As the squirel proceeded to climb the hickory tree he found a branch but dropped the tray. To my amazement his buddies cmae over right away and feasted while the poor thoef watched from the branch. Moral of the story is to give em some bread or make some other deal b/c they will do hwatever it takes to get the bread.
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No it doesn't...


Yes, it does. And the OP agreed so he put it in the title. wave
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#24
I have had a couple of these for a few months. The material is thin and somewhat flexible, rather than super rigid. So far they have not torn, but too early to tell. I suggest saving the receipt, as I doubt that it would last 10 years, although I would be satisfied to get 2-3 out of them.
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#25
An idea. There is a outdoor storage bin on sale at HD right now.It's listed in SD's somewhere in the past few days.Tan in color,darker top. We bought one 6 months ago and store all the bird seed and garden tools in it and the squirrels have not been able to get in. I'm amazed! They eat everything else,including the feeders! It is shorter than your average garbage pail but maybe getting this and tossing the garbage bags in it would work for you. Or metal garbage pails.Yes they do still sell these.


Quote from cgott42 View Post :
How thick are these?
any suggestions-
I have 2 garbage cans, and the squirrels eat a hole through them, and then ravage my garbage bags
Any suggestions for a SD on something they won't go through?
<edit> preferably non metal
thx
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#26
Looks like the warranty only cover DOA if you read all of the fine print.

*Edit: Although its still a good deal. 9 bucks, can't complain.
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Quote from jdramirez View Post :
Do they still make metal cans?
Yes, they do and last time I checked regular price they were at least in the $20 to $30 range. Plus the are coated, so eventually they rust.

Quote from cgott42 View Post :
How thick are these?
any suggestions-
I have 2 garbage cans, and the squirrels eat a hole through them, and then ravage my garbage bags
Any suggestions for a SD on something they won't go through?
<edit> preferably non metal
thx
Rat traps work nicely. Just stick a peanut under the little tab, and make sure it's in there securely enough that they have to tug on it. Put some peanut butter on that as an attractant - rodent smells yummy, licks it off, finds the nut underneath the tasty stuff, and tugs with it's mouth. Works for mouse traps too. Raccoons figure out how to snap the traps and then take the bait, though - and they too can claw/gnaw their way through plastic garbage cans and totes.

Watch your game laws (i.e. don't talk about what you are doing, just do it) though many if not most states permit the removal of nuisance animals. It's just as squirrels are game animals it's not quite so simple in many cases, because people who ate them would claim an animal was a nuisance and "remove" it. Of course if you are poor enough to eat squirrel, it really doesn't bother me. I've had squirrel "gravy" (i.e. stew) and while tasty it is NOT worth the effort - and remember they are essentially tree rats.
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Quote from GeorgyG View Post :
Werent these just on sale for the same price a couple of weeks ago, that had mixed reviews? Mostly negative ones on durability?
Yeah just a cheap typical $10 trash can.Fine for what they are, but it's not some crazy deal from what I can tell.
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Quote from purificada View Post :
price is a great deal. i really want it but i may wait to find a deal on a new can with wheels.

tu and reps coming your way on this find op
Same here, great deal but looking for wheels.
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fill me in what happened with peta.Confused

http://www.petakillsanimals.com/

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/pete...96370.html
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