I have been recycling many years. I feel that it is the least I can do to help the environment and saving our beautiful planet. The town that I live in, thankfully, has a recycling center. We do not have curbside pickup of our recyclables but we do have a center that is just about a mile from our house. Prior to my receiving the Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler, we would put our cans, plastic, and glass on the top of the kitchen counter and then eventually would make its way to the garage where the recycling bins are kept. So you can imagine that the counter would become pretty crowded. When Rubbermaid asked if I would review their Hidden Recycler I was ecstatic about it.
The Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler is this nifty little bag that easily attaches to the door of any cabinet. The bag is lined on the inside with plastic and is machine washable. It took me a matter of two minutes to install the Hidden Recylcer under my kitchen sink cabinet. There are two ways that you can install it, either with screws or the handy dandy clips, which is what I choose so that I wouldn't make holes in my cabinets. The Hidden Recycler is great because it gets all of that stuff off of the counter and hidden away. The bag has a handle and easily lifts out so that I can carry it to the garage to the big recycle bins.
Here are few points about the Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler from Rubbermaid's website:
- Hinged lid attaches to cabinet door with over the door hooks or screws
- Bag is made from 65% post-consumer resin
- Bag is machine washable
- Comfortable handle for transport
- 5 gallon bag holds 36 uncrushed cans and is large enough to fit 1 gallon milk jugs
- Great for single stream recyclers
- Great for apartment living
I really like my Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler and you know I am all about anything that makes my life easier and less stressful. Thank you Rubbermaid for providing me with this product to review. The Hidden Recycler has a retail value of $15.99. If you would like to learn more about the Hidden Recycler or purchase the Hidden Recycler, you can visit their website, connect with Rubbermaid on Facebook or Twitter and they even have a blog, Adventures in Organization.
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