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ziplock trashbags

"So, how do we deal with odiferous waste?"
 
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Make trashbags that have "Ziplock" seals on them. Your trash will never be bothered again by the neighborhood dog on trash pickup day.
muzer, Oct 08 2003

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       Nice idea +
hazel, Oct 08 2003
  

       Sorry, I fill my trash bag up too high to be able to ziplock it.
phundug, Oct 08 2003
  

       would have to be a thick bag too to ahndle the stresses and keep it dog proof.
oneoffdave, Oct 08 2003
  

       excellent. except our neighbourhood dogs, cats and squirrels enjoy feasting from the bottom of the binbag for maximum enjoyment.
deeman, Dec 10 2003
  

       [sloopjohn] - why not?
luecke, Dec 11 2003
  

       Keep your rubbish in a dustbin made of metal. Even the hungriest dogs can rarely break into that. Alternatively, coat your bin-bag in tiger pooh.
dobtabulous, Dec 11 2003
  

       [dobtabulous] tiger pooh??? that made me laugh. but wont importing tiger pooh to throw on trash be expensive??
babyhawk, Dec 24 2003
  

       Excuse me... Buying bags to throw away is bad enough... so next time you go shopping, ask for plastic, and use that as your trash bag. You will never run out of bags, really. And when your done, knot the handles. It's worked for me for the past two years, and I have two kids.
catch23, Jan 13 2004
  
      
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