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Lowe's has Style Selections 18-Gallon Tote with Snap Lid (Gray) on sale for $3.98. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks Rokket

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Lowe's has the Style Selections 18-Gallon Gray Tote with Snap Lid for $3.98. Reg. $6.48.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Style-Se...1000183145

Molded in handles for comfort
Totes stack easily to maximize storage space use
This product is manufactured in the USA
Made of polypropylene plastic
Economical tote for moving or storing household items

Also see the Centrex Plastics, LLC Rugged Tote 18-Gallon Blue Tote with Latching Lid for $3.59. Reg. $8.98.
This one seems to be YMMV, but a slick deal if you can find it!
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Centrex-...id/3265477

This product is weather- and crack-resistant
This product carries a limited lifetime warranty
This product is manufactured in the USA
Stackable
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Clear totes = usually polypropylene meaning brittle. These are hdpe.
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clear totes or nothing at all. life is so much easier when you can see whats inside
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Yes but these totes, can hold a lot of things. I find it easier to label them or write on them
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clear totes or nothing at all. life is so much easier when you can see whats inside
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clear totes or nothing at all. life is so much easier when you can see whats inside
Yes but these totes, can hold a lot of things. I find it easier to label them or write on them
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Clear totes = usually polypropylene meaning brittle. These are hdpe.
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Will probably get cheaper there are 350 at my local store in NJ
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over 150 at my store.. will watch and wait to see if goes cheaper!
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Regular price for me. Is there a promo code?
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Regular price for me. Is there a promo code?
No promo code. Try changing stores. Smilie
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Clear totes = usually polypropylene meaning brittle. These are hdpe.
Description for the item says..
"Made of polypropylene plastic"

Iagree on Clear Totes. Would not go to these even though they are cheap. Might serve someones purpose though.
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Clear totes = usually polypropylene meaning brittle. These are hdpe.
+1. If you store this anywhere outside (say the garage), the heat/ozone really does a number on the clear ones. I hated how often the clear ones broke down in TX. Clear for indoor, solid for anything that has to be 'long term'...
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Clear totes = usually polypropylene meaning brittle. These are hdpe.
i bought costco clear bins. much better than this kind, seem sturdier, better quality. not brittle.
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This gets a TU from me. I need a new one to keep my dog poop in after I pick it up yuck. EEK!
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