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Trash can

When I go shopping although it is not always true I like to find things that I need. Like this trash can. We would come home the house wold stink from the Trash so we'd have to take out the trash all the time. So we heard about this trash can from our friends that seals in the smell. We had some gift cards to Bed, Bath, and Beyond, so we went out and got one. And after about week of use it really does work the smell in the apartment is gone. It's great. I would recommend it to anyone.

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spice2116 said…
yeah for gift cards!! and especially no smelly's around the house lol
Janalee said…
Art's life-long dream is to own that exact trash can.

I'm like Keep Dreaming! We're not rich!

kidding, I'm not like that. One of these days I'll suprise him. Maybe next father's day. A garbage can - yay!
Unknown said…
I don't know....I'd like to see it take on Caleb's stinky diapers. Maybe we will give it a try if we see at our BB&B.

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