PCTVE83690

Cinchsak Trash Bags

13 gal - 90/Box - White

Reg. Price $31.45

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Unscented Odor Block technology reduces odors
Drawstring closure for secure transport
Fits most tall kitchen trash cans
Perfect for keeping hands free of garbage
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SKU
PCTVE83690
Manufacturer
Pactiv Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
VE83690
Brand Name
Hefty
Packaged Quantity
90 / Pack
Product Type
Trash Bag
Color
White
Application/Usage
Garbage
Features
Drawstring Closure
Recycled
No

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1.0

Change them back!

By Tonys Peach

from Georgia

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

The new size is too small and too short. They tear as we try to get them open or as we put them on the trash can. Didn't have this problem before. The Gripper was the best and we can't find them anymore. The new style is horrible. Finger goes right through.

 
1.0

Bottom falls out of every bag

By JoEllen

from Union City, PA, United States

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

I am not rich. As a matter of fact, I am poor. So I go to the store and buy Hefty 13 gallon trash bags. Went to take the trash out and the whole bottom fell out! Not once, but twice! Now what do I do with the rest of them?

 
1.0

New 13 Gal Trash Bags are undersized and leak

By Pinkfloyd_ala

from Alabama

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

I am very disappointed in your new trash bags. I can't get it to fit my trash can without ripping. They also leak. Please go back to the old hefty bags

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1.0

Unhappy

By Keffie1008

from Oklahoma

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

I usually buy the most economical trash bags becuause we just throw them away. The last few boxes that I bought tear right under the drawstring. So frustrating when you just want to take the trash out and you end up having to double up on the bag just so you can carry it out. This happens EVERY TIME!

 
3.0

The Opening Is Too Small now

By Mouse

from Undisclosed

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

Ihave been buying Hefty tall kitchen bags for many many years. I have had the same flip top tall kitchen garbage can for many many years. Now the Hefty Tall Kitchen bags do not fit the can as before. I have to stretch the top which usually results in my ripping the top of the bag. Please go back to the original size.

 
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Bring back the old tall blackout kitchen bags!

By A hefty disappointment

from Michigan, United States

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

I used to get the 13 gallon scent free (because pine or citrus scented trash just makes it worse) blackout bags. I bought a box thinking they were the same, I was greatly disappointed. They don't fit my trash can anymore and they tear very easily. I will be switching brands until you bring back the old ones.

 
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Drawstring tears easily - horrible product

By LookingforQuality

from Houston, TX, United States

Comments about Hefty Cinchsak Trash Bags:

The drawstring is beyond horrible and tears with minimum force.

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