The most ergonomic and convenient way to lift, tie, and carry is with 4-ply, EXTRA WIDE HANDLES.
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The Power Strip creates an indestructible bottom while also reinforcing the bag's walls.
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The handles of our 2013 gallon Hippo Sak fit snugly around any kitchen trash can and Hippo Sak holds 10 more than your standard drawstring bags and Hippo Sak holds more than%
Questions & Answers
What percentage of these bags are made from recycled materials?
When I looked through all of the Hippo trash bags, I discovered that they have several bags that are made from recycled materials. I recently purchased a 45-count box of recycled ocean plastic with a 22-inch height. They also have other bags made from various recyclable materials. I'm so happy I came across these.
I just got these, but there's no indication on the box that they're compostable. They're compostable, according to the description. Is it possible for them to be recycled?
At this time, Hippo Sak Trash Bags aren't compostable. In the future, we'd like to be able to offer a compostable option.
Are these bags compatible with ordinary 'p' bags used by humans? The measurements are 31" long by 24" wide?
They'll probably be smaller than SimpleHuman's 'P' bags, in my opinion. I use these Hippo Sak liners in a can that calls for the 'Q' liners (50L), and they're a little too small for me. As a result, they will most likely be noticeably too small for a can that requires the 'P' liners.
Please tell me the measurements of these bags. Thanks. ?
The following are the dimensions of the Hippo Sak trash bag: 5" Width x 5" Height x 5" Height x 5" 7" Handles with 5" Gussets x 29" Length The trash bag can hold 13 gallons of trash. The Hippo Sak trash bag has been designed to fit a standard kitchen trash can perfectly.
Selected User Reviews For Hippo Sak Tall Kitchen Bags with Handles, 13 Gallon, 45 Count
REORDERED JUST A FEW MINUTES AGO! ONE OF MY ALL-TIME FAVORITE KITCHEN TRASH BAG! PROS: br>br>MUCH STURDIER THAN ANY OTHER BAG I'VE EVER USED, INCLUDING NAME BRAND AND STORE BRAND
BETTER FIT!BR>BR>BETTER FIT!BR>BETTER FIT!BR>BETTER FIT!BETTER FIT There is no round trash can in my kitchen. Many of the bags were unusually shaped and did not stretch. br>THESE ARE STRETCHY AND FIT PERFECTLY. THE HANDLES! br>br> That's an added bonus for me because I like tie handles. SCENT - br>br>SCENT - br>br>SCENT - br>br> NO SCENT, to be precise. I HATE scented bags because they smell like garbage and cheap perfume in the bin. br>br>FINAL SUMMARY - I was worried that because you have to detach them, the bottom seam would be weakened, but thanks to the way these are joined, not a single one has ripped! br>br>EASY TO DISMANTLE - I rip about two weeks' worth and keep them in a tote bag in the kitchen for easy access. PRICES - br>br> Perhaps not everyone is on a budget, but I'm retired, and while MONEY is important, QUALITY is as well. I THINK THIS IS A GREAT DEAL FOR THE PRICE AND QUANTITY. br>br>THESE CHECKED EVERY BOX FOR ME.
| Feb 16, 2021
The bags are decent, but they aren't particularly eco-friendly
Although the Hippo Sak bags are strong, they lose points for greenwashing their environmental benefits. I'd previously tried the "plant-based" version, which is sugar cane resin that is "biodegradable," but not compostable like some other "green" trash bags, as I've learned. Biodegradable simply means that the bags break down into smaller pieces under ideal light, heat, and moisture conditions. The majority of biodegradable bags that end up in landfills remain intact for an indefinite period of time. br>br>My biggest beef is with their petroleum-based (i. e. 100% plastic) bags and so on and so on and so on 20 "Ocean bound" (NOT ocean recovered! )called 20 "Ocean bound" (NOT ocean recovered! )called 20%2 ) Plastic looks almost identical to its plant-based counterpart. The use of the same blue and white coloring, labeling, and naming does not assist consumers in making informed decisions.
If you really care about the environment, compostable bags (that probably aren not as good at leak stoppage as these A better option is to use 100% plastic bags. Come on Hippo Sak! Clean up your packaging and stop claiming environmental credit for actions that are nearly meaningless! Ocean bound is nothing more than marketing fluff!.
| Nov 15, 2021
Where have these been for the majority of my life? br>br>Note: This article has been updated
This is the second time I've purchased these. These garbage bags have exceeded my expectations. Because I can fit so much trash into ONE bag, a 45-count box lasts me for a few months. These are still, in my opinion, the best trash bags on the planet. br>br>These are the best garbage bags I've ever seen! I despise trash bags that don't open properly, don't sit properly in the trash can, and always fall in the moment I throw garbage in. Every trash bag I've ever used, including the well-known brands found on store shelves, has required readjusting to release trapped air between the bag and the trashcan. Then there are the bags that claim to be tough but tear through. The handles, both the pull strap and the non-pull strap, should be considered as well. Always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always, always br>br>I adore how these bags open wide and drop into the trash can with ease. When I first put them in the can, I didn't need to let any air out, and I didn't need to push them down in the bottom. When I throw trash in, the handles lay over and hug the outside, and the bag does not sink in. To test the bag's strength, I intentionally overloaded it and stuffed as much trash as I could into it. There hasn't been a single tear in my eyes yet! The handles are nice and wide and tie over each other to keep the garbage in place, so there's no struggle! They're also easy to remove from the trash can. When I try to pull the trash bag out when it's full, I don't have to fight with the push and pull and gripping at the trash bag. br>br>A few months ago, I requested a sample of these from a freebie website, and I was hooked! I'm glad Hippo Sak has them in stock and at a reasonable price on Amazon. The ones you can buy in stores are overpriced and don't hold up to the test; these Hippo Sak Trash Bags should be the only bag on the market! Any other bag would be embarrassed by them! br>br>I'm going to have a fit if these ever go out of style! Thank you, Hippo Sak, for designing a trash bag that is simple to use, self-explanatory to open, allows me to stuff it full of trash, and ties easily. I never imagined I'd be so overjoyed over a trash bag! Garbage bags, on the other hand, are a necessity, and it's great to find one that isn't a waste of money!.
| Jul 02, 2021
Forceflex isn't as good
I used to buy Glad scented kitchen bags as well as Forceflex products. This is far superior. The price is great and beats grocery store prices; they may not be cheaper per bag than Sam's Club or Costco, but the quality is far superior. The handles have a substantial thickness and strength to them. br>br>I'm tired of my heavy bags' strings snapping or ripping completely off the bag while I'm carrying it. These appear to be less likely to cause that issue, and the handles are more comfortable and do not cut into my hands. So far, I've only gone through three of the bags. But I cleaned out my entire refrigerator and overstuffed two bags with old condiments and glass jars to the point where I couldn't lift them- Even with that much weight, the handles didn't stretch! br>br>I've found a great alternative to glad bags, and I'm not going back. It was well worth the money.
| May 23, 2021
At my local grocery store, I used to purchase Glad Handle Tie trash bags
At my local grocery store, I used to purchase Glad Handle Tie trash bags. Then they disappeared from EVERY grocery store in my area. As a result, I switched to a far inferior product. Then I came to the realization that if I'm going to spend money on trash bags, I might as well get the bags I want. As a result, I went to Amazon and purchased these. These are just as good as, if not better than, the Glad bags I previously purchased. br>br>Recent changes: br>br> I'm not sure how long it's been since I gave these a sixth star, but I really wish I could. I've never used a better trash bag. I make sure I have a full extra box in my house at all times. When I ran out, I had to go to the store and purchase bags. I was completely let down.
| Apr 21, 2021