CLO78539

ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack

30 gal - 30" Width x 33" Length x 1.10 mil (28 Micron) Thickness - Black - 50/Box - Waste Disposal

Reg. Price $30.78

Our Price $19.58 Per Box

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ForceFlex technology provides tough, dependable performance
Unique diamond texture stretches to prevent rips and tears
Strong drawstring is easy to carry for quick disposal
30-gallon capacity handles big trash loads to reduce frequent replacement
  • Additional Info
SKU
CLO78539
Manufacturer
The Clorox Company
Manufacturer Part Number
78539
Brand Name
Glad
Product Type
Trash Bag
Color
Black
Bag Thickness
1.10 mil (28 Micron)
Features
Drawstring Closure
Recycled
No

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GladForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack
 
1.7

(based on 119 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (86)

16%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Strength (11)
  • Leak control (10)
  • Convenience (9)
  • Grips the can drawstring (9)
  • Good value (8)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE!!!

I CANNOT EXPRESS HOW DISAPPOINTED I AM IN YOUR TRASH BAGS. THIS BOX I OPENED UP, PRACTICALLY ALL THE BAGS WERE OPEN AT THE SEAM ON THE SIDE??? REALLY?? I CAN'T...Read complete review

I CANNOT EXPRESS HOW DISAPPOINTED I AM IN YOUR TRASH BAGS. THIS BOX I OPENED UP, PRACTICALLY ALL THE BAGS WERE OPEN AT THE SEAM ON THE SIDE??? REALLY?? I CAN'T EVEN USE THESE AS TRASHBAGS!! I HAD TO STAPLE THEM ALL SO I COULD USE THEM OR ELSE THEY'D JUST TEAR APART. AND I SEE FROM THE OTHER REVIEWS THAT THIS IS NOT A "ONE BOX GONE BAD" THING. NEVER BUYING THESE AGAIN! IF I COULD GIVE NEGATIVE STARS, I WOULD.

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1.0

First and probably the last

By Srh311

from Illinois, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

Bought 200 count 13 gallon bags. Only used 5 and all 5 split out the side.

 
1.0

Wish i could have given 0 stars

By Matt978

from Georgia, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

Every single bag has torn! At first it was at the top. You can't carry them by the drawstrings becasuse they stretch and break, and trying to grab the top of the bag just stretches and tears the bag. Then, when we got to about the middle of the box, every bag started tearing in the same exact place - a straight horizontal line across the whole middle of the bag. We've had to pick up trash all over the house, the steps, and the sidewalk. I'm sure the problem with the tears in the middle of the bag are a partially limited manufacturing defect, but the fact that you cant hold on to the drawstring or top of the bag without the bag ripping seems like a much more fundamental problem with materials and/or design. Especially consdidering how many people seem to be posting the exact same experience.

 
1.0

Very Disappointing

By BryanMcKennon

from Jerseyville, IL, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

I have been using the ForceFlex trash bags for a while now. I usually get a smaller box, but this time I got the 68 box. Every bag has ripped in the exact same place. Every one has ripped about two inches from the top. I have three different trash cans and it doesn't matter what can it is, they all rip.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Horrible bags!

By Busymomof3girls

from Arkansas, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

We usually buy Hefty and for some reason we bought these and we never will again. The closer to the bottom of the box we got the worse the bags got. The whole bottom completely fell out! So many times! Very frustrating we had atleast 20 bags do this!

 
2.0

Recent bags have issues

By Dnic63

from Chicago Area

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

I buy the Forceflex bags in the 120 Ct. package about every other month. The last box I purchased has every bag rip at the top seam or a side seam. Never had this problem before and have been happy. I go through 3 bags just trying to get them into the garbage receptive without ripping. Once filled, 90% of them rip and trash ends up on the floor if not careful. What has changed? Or did I get a bad box?

 
1.0

Bad Box of Trash Bags

By Nurse Ann

from Belle Rose, LA, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

Wow, I open up 1 boxes of Tall Kitchen ForceFlex and every one is split up the seam. Money wasted!!!!

 
1.0

I Thought I Got A Bad Batch, Red Drawstring Broken

By angel

from Murfreesboro, TN

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

I use Glad Trash Bags, especially, the Dual Flex because I have to take my own trash to the dump. I thought I had bought a bad batch because the red drawstring has broken on EVERY SINGLE One, but after reading these other reviews, I guess I am stuck with 25 30 Gallon Bags that you can't close and everything comes out. I thought Glad made a better product than that! Guess I was wrong.

 
1.0

Sucks!

By Mamadw

from Fort Collins, CO, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

I bought these a few weeks ago and EVERY SINGLE BAG has ripped down the side seam. The forceflex clorox 13 gallon bags

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Terrible bags!

By Nineldo

from Hampton, VA, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

We bought the big supply of force flex bags. Everyone of them has ripped at the top when we try to get it out of the trash can! Very frustrating!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Very Disappointed!!!!

By Jennifer 24

from Walton, WV, United States

Comments about Glad ForceFlex 30-gal Trash Bags Mega Pack:

Hi, I just bought the mega pack (76 bags) of the 13 gallon kitchen forceflex bags and was extremely disappointed!!! I started using this brand of bags since that's what my parents had always used. But the quality in the bags were awful! Almost every single bag ripped from the seams when I put in the trash can. And the ones that didn't immediately rip would rip apart when I tried to tie the drawstrings. For the brand and price of these bags I expected much more. I hope the bags are improved because I wouldn't never by this product again if this is how the bags are going to remain!

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