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Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler

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Do you recycle? I sure hope so! It really couldn’t be easier. My fiance and I have two huge barrels parked right outside our front door because our local trash service doesn’t offer recycling in our area. As a result, we wait until those two large barrels are spilling over before taking it in.

Generally what happens is the recycling piles up on the floor or in a box next to the garbage can in the kitchen before it gets taken out to the barrel outside. I know what you’re thinking. Why not just walk to the front porch, which is maybe ten feet away…if that. I don’t really have an answer. We’re lazy, I guess!

It’s wide enough to fit a gallon jug of milk, though I chuckled to myself because it really should be flattened so you can save room in the bin. We have really old cabinets where the hooks don’t sit flat, so for us, it’s not at all hidden in our kitchen. However, it’s not bad to look at, so I don’t mind.

It’s perfect for whatever you want to store, really. Have your child put toys in it. Throw in your junk mail that needs to be shredded. Gather your newspaper in it… Heck, store your plastic bags in it so you can deposit them the next time you’re in the grocery store. It’s super versatile, durable, has an easy carrying handle, and you can be assured that if any spills occur, they will be contained within the recycler for easy clean-up. It’s machine washable!

I think I may need another…

Disclosure: I received a free hidden recycler in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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