Swing lid lays flat for attractive design but swings back into place once used. Option to use as an open lid can for large events and parties. Top lid easily comes off of can for simple bag change. Comes with a 10-year warranty.
On the more expensive side of trash can models. Difficult to keep looking clean.
Large capacity build able to hold 23 gallons of waste. Can features two liner cinches, which forces bag to stay in place. Resistant to cracks. A good choice for both indoor and outdoor use.
Trash bags for a can this large can get a little pricey. Only comes with one handle, making the product problematic to move.
Smaller, 10-gallon capacity ideal for single individuals and smaller families. Able to fit 13- gallon trash bag. Compact dimensions work well for small spaces. Customers appreciate the shiny appearance.
Trash liner tends to show. A little too small for some buyers.
Rectangular design fits well in corners of kitchen. Lid swings into place after use. Holds 16 gallons for larger families and shops. Quick-release buttons allow lid to be easily removed when bag needs changing.
Simplehuman liners are needed for a perfect fit, but other liners can be used if you do not mind an awkward fit.
Large capacity trash can holds 16 gallons. Classic design and colors work well with any kitchen decor. Option to use as an open lid when needed. Able to use both 13-gallon and 30-gallon bags, depending on your waste needs.
Coating of trash can lid has a tendency to flake off. Some buyers had issue with the can arriving damaged.
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When you’re cooking, the last thing you want to worry about is your trash can. Swing-top kitchen trash cans are low maintenance and hassle-free. There are no batteries to die or sensors to worry about. This simple design lets you drop trash in while the lid keeps odors and garbage hidden from sight. Swing-top models may be made of plastic and/or stainless steel. Basic designs include either a dome or a flat lid with a swinging door. As far as function, either design can work well – provided the lid is well constructed and balanced so it doesn’t get stuck. As far as aesthetics, plastic may be easier to keep clean but stainless steel definitely looks more modern and high-end.
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