Trash Bag Changing Hack

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Intro: Trash Bag Changing Hack

Always forget to put a new bag into the trash? Or really hate change it like me? This solution can help you!

Step 1: Watch the Video

I always got in that situation to find a trash without a bag because me or my wife forgot to put in a new trash bag. If you have the same problem just use this tip and solve your problem ;)

Step 2: 1 and Only Step

It's so so simple put the new bag into the trash but not just one put 5 or 10 :)

I did it 10 times in the video and i used different bags to reveal the method better. But you can use the same bag it works as well!

Step 3: The End

We put out the bag twice but there is still a bag in the trash and this is absolutely joyful for us :)))

I hope you really like this as well ;)

That's the ShiftyWay :)

Step 4: Don't Forget to Check Out the Video

As always thanks for your support!

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    39 Discussions

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    steinie44

    2 years ago

    I just hate finding a new one. So I just put a bunch of them in the bottom, before installing a new one.

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    Yonatan24

    3 years ago on Introduction

    When you take out the first bag to empty out the trash won't all of the other bags come with it?

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    jeanniel1

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Just so long as none of them leak, then it's good! In case of any bags that might leak, I don't line the entire garbage can, but drape the unused ones over an edge, so I know I have bags ready to reline if I have to. I make sure to put that side of the can away from the front, so they won't get dirty from trash being thrown into the can.

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    chibibarako

    3 years ago on Introduction

    A similar effect can be achieved by storing a roll of garbage bags at the bottom of the can, opening the top bag for use. As each bag is filled, tie it off and tear it off and move the next bag into place.

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    Phil_S

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I rate dealing with trash/rubbish up there with visits to the supermarket - spoils my day. The bags (local council only deal with large black bags) have to out by 6-AM. If you put them out the night before, the foxes or gulls rip them open, so Mondays start with a bleary-eyed struggle to drag these bags through the house to put them by the road so that the operatives don't have to walk far. So all the effort and ingenuity of bagging in the house ends up with a rush to stuff these into the council-approved black bags.

    As for pulling the bag out of the bin, I suspect that part of the problem is the build up of static between bag and bin if plastic - if due to creating a vacuum, perhaps an air admittance valve in the base of the bin or a length of plastic pipe from top to bottom in the bin to let the air in. Alternatively, connect to air compressor and stand back.

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    rickets

    3 years ago on Introduction

    you have a good idea -- i always put in only one bag but my dad taught me to punch a hole in the top of the bag by the rim of the can with my thumb. this lets out any air between the bag and the can. also, i put several layers of newspaper advertising in the bottom of the can to soak up any leaks(none yet-knock on wood). i've never had any problem pulling the bag out of the can with no holes and putting in a new bag couldn't be easier.

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    I punch a hole in the bottom of the trash can. That way I don't need to worry about the bag tearing or leaking.

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    Taillightsrickets

    Reply 3 years ago

    I use used plastic grocery bags (the one's with holes in the bottom)along with news paper to put in the bottom of my garbage bags, hey like you said "no leakes!"

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    monadam2015

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea. I just fold extra bags and put them in the bottom of the bin.

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    Jack Rodgers

    3 years ago on Introduction

    You one upped me. I wadded mine up and put in the bottom of the can. Oh, wait, I used this idea for a 'porta potty' in my camper van. Used heavy duty bags and a 5 gallon bucket and filled each one with a layer of kitty litter. Had a hard time finding one of those toilet seats designed for these buckets...

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    gsilveira1

    3 years ago on Introduction

    It is indeed a good idea but I wonder about hygiene since all the germs still in the can even after you take the last bag.
    Just wondering.

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    rickets

    3 years ago on Introduction

    another thought. if you have 2 or several bags in your can, tight around the top so they don't fall in. wouldn't it a pain in the keester to grab only one bag at a time to empty the garbage? i know i don't use this method but i think this would be a major con versus the pro of many bags in the can

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    LaysDIYseamster

    Reply 3 years ago

    I'm totally not the one who figure this out but I was really glad when this came in my mind :))
    I'm so happy to this can helo you as well ;) Thanks for you comment

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    skylaneLaysDIY

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    I first saw this done at a nursing home and did and instant "face palm" :)

    Such a simple thing to do and a time saver. If others take out the full bag, they truly appreciate it.

    Thanks for putting this simple piece of advice. :)

    Good idea :-). I was a janitor, and tried your advice, because a jerk kept emptying the trash and not replacing the bag. I placed three bags per your instructions, and the jerk took all three bags. It is a good idea, unfortunately the jerk is a jerk. I would like an instructable on dealing with jerks :-(

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