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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-RaryGirl View Post
    We have a double one (side by side) under the sink, it isn't attached to the door though. It slides out and I love it.

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    I like this one, where did you get it from please :-)

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    Default Do you have a concealed kitchen bin?

    I have an ikea one and don't really like it, would also like one like RaryGirl's

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    We ordered it online from a kitchen store as we live in a regional area and no one stocked it. I can't remember who as we've had it 4 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollypops View Post
    Dh or I take the rubbish out almost daily. I prefer a smaller bin so it doesn't sit long enough to get smelly or worse, maggots. Maggots are my worst nightmare.
    Same here. We take out rubbish daily so don't need one of those monster "family-sized" rubbish bins. Just looking for something easy to use but concealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debsch View Post
    Same here. We take out rubbish daily so don't need one of those monster "family-sized" rubbish bins. Just looking for something easy to use but concealed.
    If you are taking the rubbish out daily like we do I think this is big enough. Ours is a bit different I've just realised, one side of our is slightly bigger so we use that for rubbish and the smaller side for recycling. We got it from either Bunnings or masters.

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    We have a double one that is attached to the cabinet. So you pull the cabinet out and they come out with it. One behind another. They are large (hold a large size bin bag each). It's my favourite part of our kitchen

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    Ours is huge. Recycling at the back and rubbish at the front. We fill the rubbish in 2 days and recycling in 3-4 days. The entire cupboard is for the bins and pulls out with a handle.

    I love love love love love ours! So handy, one pull of the handle and it's open and it's nice and wide for scraping in veggie scraps, crumbs you've mopped up etc,

    We chose it with our new house kitchen, so I'm not sure of the brand thigh sorry.

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    Like this but our bins are bigger ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1432896747.942568.jpg

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