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Old 08-14-2015, 12:00 PM   #15
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Large "ZIP-LOCK" bags work well. Keeps odors in and critter (insects) out.
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Old 08-15-2015, 06:53 AM   #16
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I bought one of those small, pop up garbage cans from walmart. In the RV aisle. I hang it on the upper closet door knob and it never has much weight in it...just wrappers, Kleenex and other small sundry. The big garbage is outside, In a pop up can that's real garbage can size.


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I like a lot of these solutions.
Glenn, where did you get your neat garbage can?

In the States, it can be ordered from Home Depot, but not on Amazon or even in Home Depot stores. I believe it is a Canadian made product.


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Old 08-15-2015, 08:49 AM   #18
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In our Scamp we used a soft plastic magazine holder mounted with very strong magnets (supplied) to the refrigerator door and lined with a shopping bag. Worked well. Unfortunately, our ParkLiner came with a non-magnetic refrig door, so I'm reading these responses with interest!

Here's the link. http://www.containerstore.com/s/tran...ical&ps=60&p=0

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I've discovered that I LOVE the velcro Command Strips for just about everything in the Scamp. They stick incredibly well to all hard surfaces, but come off in an instant should you like to remove them....and no marks! Might be a way to continue to use your trash set up (which I am totally stealing from you! So thank you!)

http://www.amazon.com/Command-Large-...+velcro+strips
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Old 08-15-2015, 09:50 AM   #19
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We have this plastic garbage can in our Casita, mounted to the wall behind the sink. Bought it at a discount RV supply place in Myrtle Beach. It may be made by Camco, not sure as no name on front and it's stuck to the wall so can't see back. Measures 11" tall, 8" wide, about 5" deep. Lid is removable and a plastic grocery bag fits good. We also have the Camco Pop-a-bag in two of our campers.
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Thanks for the command strip idea, Emily. Perfect!! -- Anne
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In the States, it can be ordered from Home Depot, but not on Amazon or even in Home Depot stores. I believe it is a Canadian made product.


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If you live in Toronto, the city gives one free to every home owner. It's meant to be used for holding "green" or compostable waste.


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Yes. I bought mine from Home Depot too but use it as Toronto does. As a little kitchen collect all for veggie peelings and such.


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If you live in Toronto, the city gives one free to every home owner. It's meant to be used for holding "green" or compostable waste.


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Its is used for the same were Glenn lives as well. Only thing is we don't get that nice small kitchen one for free from the city although we do get about 4 other types of bins and bags from them for recycling purposes. Our green garden waste and kitchen compostable waste all goes into a much large container for curb side pick up.
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