Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler Review & Giveaway

I was lucky enough to be picked by Rubbermaid to test for free, one of their new products called – Hidden Recycler.

Rubbermaid Hidden RecyclerI couldn’t be happier with this product. The handle makes it easy to carry wherever you may need to carry it to dump.  Then when you go to dump your bag into the bigger recycling bin there is a handy little handle  on the underside of the bag for even easier dumping out.  No need to worry about losing the bag into the bin like I have done a few times with the old paper bags I was using.

Sadly our cupboards are old style ones and don’t have room enough for the actual bag on it.  My husband, the ever wonderful, made me a bar for it next to our regular garbage bag.  It works wonderful and looks so nice.
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The bag itself is machine washable so you don’t have to worry about it getting yucky and not being able to do anything about it.  It also has a leak-proof liner, no worries about leaking all over the place with this baby. With a 5 gallon bag, you’ll find you don’t need to dump a lot.  I was actually surprised on how much I could fit into it before needing to take it out to dump.

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Now for the good stuff, Rubbermaid has been nice enough to allow me do a giveaway for your very own Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler.  At a retail value of  $15.99 the Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler will help you feel more organized and clean in your own home.   Please fill out the rafflecopter below for your chance to win!  USA Only, sorry!

I was given this Rubbermaid Hidden Recycler free from Rubbermaid to test & do a giveaway for.  All thoughts and pictures are my own.

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  • That’s pretty cool! We just use another trash can but something with a lid would be nice

  • I like the Rubbermaid blog (didn’t even know they had one) there’s a lot of organizing tips I may have to use

  • I’m not even recycling right now, so this would be great!

  • I read about organizing my closet on the Rubbermaid blog. Definitely need to do that!

  • Anonymous

    we don’t recycle right now but i have been wanting to incorperate it so i can teach my kids about it

    tiffany p

  • Our city makes it easy: We have a big blue bin (the size of a garbage can) that gets filled up constantly with paper, plastic, etc.

  • we utilize our county’s recycle pick up every 2 weeks. Thanks for the chance to win!
    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

  • we use cardboard boxes to recycle in, normally boxes that we get from sam’s club or from things that we get in the mail thanks crystal allen

  • i found the how to organize a closet helpful thanks crystal allen

  • I throw the bigger stuff directly into the recycling trash can outside

  • I learned how to create a no fuss entry way

  • I use a little blue trash can

  • I learned a lot of very helpful tips from their blog. Thanks

  • I recycle everything possible.Cardboard,magazines and newspapers get bundled and tied.I put plastic,glass and metal into a large clear plastic bag.

  • I found the article called “Five steps to an organized closet” very informative and interesting!