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As I get ready for fall there are always projects that I have been slacking on throughout the summer that I know I still need to accomplish, but have yet to do so. For me, one of these projects was setting up a brush bin with the help of Rubbermaid products in our backyard so we didn’t just have a pile of sticks that keeps getting bigger and bigger as it has throughout the summer months.
Lucky for me I decided to take matters into my own hands and run out to Home Depot to see what type of Rubbermaid products I could find that could help me along the way.
In looking through the store I have to say I was impressed to see the breadth and depth of the products that they did have and it made my life a little bit harder as I had to truly choose versus having only a select to choose from and the choice was already made for me.
I chose to try two different sizes, an 18 gallon that I could use and carry around the yard while collecting and cleaning up brush and a 32 gallon trash can that could hold all of the brush in one place.
One of the things that I love about Rubbermaid products is that, especially here in Michigan, they will last outdoors. We can have rough winters, but I do not want to have to find extra space in my garage for these containers, so keeping them outside is definitely something that I can and will be doing.
As you can see we found just the perfect spot to place out bins outside. I have already been working on other tasks not and filling up the bin and lucky for us we can just drag the trash bin to the curb when full for trash/brush pick-up!
If you have never seen all of the products that Rubbermaid makes, I highly encourage you to head on over to your local Home Depot to take a look as well as to take advantage of the in store low prices on the Rubbermaid Roughnecks products.
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