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Walmart has 120 13 gal for less than $15 if you are willing to pick them up.
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5.3 gallon is very small, normal kitchen garbage bag is 13 gallons.
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5.3 gallon is not big enough for daily use.
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Stick to name brand drawstring bags $.10 or less per for the correct 13 gallon size

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I swear these pictures are the same ones my son had last spring when his school was selling trash bags. But they did go up to 50 gallon.
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Obviously these are bags for individuals who have smaller trash bins in their kitchen. That is, people living alone or ones that don't produce enough waste to fill up a 13 gallon before trash day. For even larger households, it forces you to take out the trash before it starts to smell.
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Obviously these are bags for individuals who have smaller trash bins in their kitchen. That is, people living alone or ones that don't produce enough waste to fill up a 13 gallon before trash day. For even larger households, it forces you to take out the trash before it starts to smell.
In that case you can use the free shopping bags you get from the grocery stores. You can use them in the bathrooms as well.
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Decided to give it a try as a replacement for Litter Genie!
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In that case you can use the free shopping bags you get from the grocery stores. You can use them in the bathrooms as well.

I already do that for most trash bins in the household, but if you actually have a 5 gallon trash bin, typical grocery bags don't work that well since they're around 3 gallons. Also, some states make you pay for grocery bags when you shop.
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Really 5.3 🙅🏽 ♂️
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Just bought this, it's thicker than my last "name brand" purchase, which is good because they tore open sometimes and didn't quite fit because I have a 5-gallon bin. For bathrooms with a small-ish bin (not like the Ikea bathroom bin), the ones I had were great. These: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1.

Grocery bags are slightly too small, and often have holes. Target bags fit, but now find a lot with holes. Walmart bags were great, but sometimes now are thinner and smaller. Plus, most of our shopping is at Costco and online, so not too many grocery bags coming in.

The ones in this deal are more money, but hopefully won't tear as easily and fit in my 5-gallon kitchen trash bin.
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