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Sleepyfergus Sat 25-Apr-15 18:44:43

Just that really. What have you got? And where from?

We have ikea plastic bins that I line with a bag. They don't have also and were only supposed to be temporary after we moved house, but they're a bit ugly and I don't like the fact you can see what's in it.

Sleepyfergus Sat 25-Apr-15 18:45:15

also = a lid

woowoo22 Sat 25-Apr-15 19:21:59

Same as you. Also don't like it!

TeddyBear5 Sat 25-Apr-15 19:37:09

I have a small stainless steel pedal bin. It has a plastic bucket inside which I put a plastic bag in and it can't be seen when the lid is down.

Bought from the beloved Woolworths. RIP.

caroldecker Sat 25-Apr-15 19:38:54

we use an IKEA Knodd lined with a bin bag

anythingbutinsomnia Sat 25-Apr-15 19:40:07

Two have small plastic pedal bins which were a few pounds from tesco. One has a small metal pedal bin which was from John Lewis. Like you, I prefer them to have lids

Floralnomad Sat 25-Apr-15 19:40:59

We have a stainless steel bin with a lid got them as a pack of 2 from Costco .

Brandysnapper Sat 25-Apr-15 19:43:09

I have no bin as no one ever emptied it.

Brandysnapper Sat 25-Apr-15 19:43:43

..so I got rid I mean, it didn't spontaneously combust due to overfilling.

FromAtoZ Sat 25-Apr-15 20:06:58

I have a small black metal pedal bin from wilkos it's was a fiver.

We used to have a plastic one with no lid but I also hated it so I bought all new accessories for the bathroom from wilkos

wowfudge Sat 25-Apr-15 21:43:41

We have a small Ikea pedal bin - stainless steel with plastic inner bucket with handle. Cost about £4.50. I don't line with a bag - just clean the inner bucket as needed.

BlackTrivet Sun 26-Apr-15 12:23:07

I've got 1.5L simple human countertop swing bins in the bathroom and ensuite - had them for a few years now and they still look like new (when clean!).

lunalovegood84 Mon 27-Apr-15 07:55:47

Same as wowfudge. Couldn't find any bin bags small enough but the plastic bucket part makes it really easy to clean.

ramonaquimby Mon 27-Apr-15 13:32:13

I also have the simple human ones in the bathrooms pricey but they still look new 3 years later

m0therofdragons Mon 27-Apr-15 13:34:14

No bin. Only 2 bins in the house. One in my bedroom as it's on the top floor and the other is in the kitchen. More bins means more effort

TeddyBear5 Mon 27-Apr-15 14:13:22

What about guests m0ther ?

Pootles2010 Mon 27-Apr-15 14:20:02

Oh god m0ther my mil does this. AWFUL when I'm on period and visiting them. Its so humiliating! What am I supposed to do?!

PolterGoose Mon 27-Apr-15 15:10:10

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chocolatelife Mon 27-Apr-15 15:18:08

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one of these

chocolatelife Mon 27-Apr-15 15:19:34

I find a lid is necessary in the bathroom.

Sleepyfergus Mon 27-Apr-15 19:23:21

I'm pretty sold on the superhuman 6L one. Going to get one and see what's it's like. Thanks all!

BigSmilesCheesyPie Mon 27-Apr-15 19:49:11

This one , it was on offer from Ocardo. The only thing is that I now feel compelled to buy the bin liners to go with it.

6L seems like a lot for a bathroom bin? Or am I missing something...

LittleBearPad Mon 27-Apr-15 19:51:11

White plastic swing bin from JL house range.

Bonsoir Mon 27-Apr-15 19:52:23

I have steel pails - think of an old fashioned metal bucket.

01818118181 Mon 27-Apr-15 19:55:16

We've got over from Ikea with a lid. Just the right size to fit a carrier bag in as a liner. Also amazing because it is triangular so fits in the corner nicely!!

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