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Topic # 239463 19-Jul-2018 13:04
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For the life I me I cannot seem to see anywhere that sells them?

 

99% are round, the few that are rectangular have flip lids, or are push button/pedal etc. 

 

All I want is a basic bin around 40L, with a manual lift off lid, needs to be rectangular to make the most of the space in the garage.

 

Something like this from Southern hospitality seems perfect, but I want to see if there is anything else out there as I would rather make do with a round one than spend that much on it.


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  Reply # 2058868 19-Jul-2018 14:40
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30L - 60L wheelie bin and pull the wheels off?





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  Reply # 2058877 19-Jul-2018 14:55
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Have you walked around Bunnings and Mitre Ten?





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  Reply # 2058956 19-Jul-2018 19:01
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You don't have to use the pedal on a pedal bin.




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  Reply # 2058958 19-Jul-2018 19:16
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Several that probably fit the bill here




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  Reply # 2058964 19-Jul-2018 19:38
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@timmmay - Yes I have already walked around Mitre10 and checked their website, only looked at Bunnings online so far.

 

@Inphinity & @andrewNZ - Ideally I want a fully removable lid, not just a flip lid as it will still need to be emptied into a wheeli-bin, and would like to avoid bin liners if I can.

 

@RunningMan - I had checked The Warehouse out as well, none seem to fit the requirements.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2059177 20-Jul-2018 08:56
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Why can't you just cut off the hinge on a flip top?


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