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    Recommendations? Trash bags

    OK, so this might seem like a crazy question, but I'm crazy.

    Since most on this site seem to do varied projects, we all know there is clean up after the project is completed....

    What trash bags, (40-55 gallon) do y'all use and recommend? I'm looking for something puncture resistant, that doesn't leak if some liquids are placed in them, that are somewhat reasonably priced. Being able to buy in quantity of 50-100 would be helpful, so I was hoping to not be paying $1/bag. Prefer flap tie too.

    Anyone have something they have stumbled upon that they have been surprised by the quality? On the flip side, any brands that you absolutely do not recommend?
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    The Lodge uses some that are bullet proof; if you aren't in a hurry, I'll check next week and see what they use.
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    No rush, at all. Thank you very kindly.
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    I've had good luck with the Husky Contractor Bags, at 3 mil's thick they hold up well. ~ 00.50c each in bulk.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/HUSKY-42...050B/202973825
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    Give these a try... I swear they are like Body Bags. Price works out to be $0.50 each.

    Amazon.com: Heavy Duty Contractor Bags by Ultrasac - (VALUE 50 PACK /w TIES), 42 Gallon, 2 Scientific
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    I usually end up with the "Contractor's Choice" brand bags form Lowe's. 50 42-gallon bags (3 Mil) @ $26. so just above $.50/bag and they have the tie flaps. Every major hardware chain seems to carry the same type of bag. To be honest, I don't think there is a whole lot of difference between them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I've had good luck with the Husky Contractor Bags, at 3 mil's thick they hold up well. ~ 00.50c each in bulk.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/HUSKY-42...050B/202973825
    I use the same in my shop. Paired with a brute roll around trash can. Awesome combo
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    I tried to find the ones we used at work. No luck. We got them from our Zep rep. They were awesome! We used them to line our 50 gallon wheeled trash cans. They were at least 4 or 5 mil! I'm sure what has been posted will work just as well. They have to, because my from work supply is just about done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I've had good luck with the Husky Contractor Bags, at 3 mil's thick they hold up well. ~ 00.50c each in bulk.

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/HUSKY-42...050B/202973825
    Yep, we use those exclusively. My wife cringed at the price initially, now she won’t use anything else!
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