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    Default How do you keep your bin bag open?

    Hi
    When i'm cleaning out the rabbits, I always have a fight with the bin bag because it won't stay open. It always flops and never keeps it shape or stays where you want it to stay. HELP!!!!!
    Mummy to Molly, a Black Broken Mini Rex, 8 yrs old, and Gerry, a Black Otter Lionhead X Dwarf Lop, 7 yrs old.

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    I use a trug http://www.selections.com/search/?se...utm_medium=ppc
    They're only about 3 in B&Q and come in nice colours like pink/yellow/lilac

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    this is a strange question. its always going to flop, its floppy materiel.
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    Just roll it down so its very shallow, then roll it up as you fill it. That way it stays open and can't flop over
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    I have a bin in my bunny room, so I put the bin bag in there and fill it up, then throw it after a few days!

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    mine goes straight into compost wheely bin so no need for bin liner.
    have you tried bendy buckets? i have these for weeding, and one for laundry

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    i use a green garden sacks, there round and have wire in them so they stand up straight, and i put th ebin bags inside them, there really good, il see if i can find a link 2 show u! x

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