Indoor Trash Cans

Written by Samuel Wong
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For those of us not fortunate enough to have home incinerators or trash that vaporizes upon creation, we must use indoor trash cans. Luckily for us, there are so many options for indoor garbage cans that it would make your head spin! There are plastic, stainless steel, wire, metal, wood, wicker, and believe it or not, pantyhose indoor trash cans!

Deciding which indoor trash can to purchase always depends on its intended use. If you throw away lots of liquid or smelly stuff, I would say a stainless steel indoor trash can is your best bet. If you plan to use your indoor trash can for your paper recyclables, class it up with a cute wire, wicker, or clear plastic indoor trash can. I must say, the only time I would recommend using a pantyhose-made trash can is if you are throwing away old pantyhose!

Indoor Trash Cans Keep it Under Wraps

On the subject of indoor trash cans, one thing you always need to take into consideration is odor. There are hundreds of products to use, including scented indoor trash can liners. There are also plug-in deodorizers that you can put by your indoor trash cans, or better yet, the stick-on freshener you actually put in the trash can!

One last thing about indoor trash cans--if you're going to buy cheap ugly ones, especially those without lids, hide 'em! Put them under the sink, in your pantry, or anywhere else! I do not care how diligent you are about taking your trash out, there is always going to be that time you have a surprise visitor just hours after you have emptied the last nine months of your refrigerator's contents into your indoor trash can!

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Thank goodness for automatic trash cans, you get to lessen odors like you were talking about and cut out cross contamination. all you have to do is wave your hand in front of the infra red sensor and the lid opens, no touching!