Rated 2.8 out of 5Â by 72
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by Jayman123 Poor Replacement for a Great Garbage Can
Having used several of the old brown or platinum colored wheeled Rubbermaid garbage cans that had 2 handles which locked the lid, and larger wheels I found this one very disappointing. It just feels softer, more light weight and less rugged.
It seems Rubbermaid still makes a good wheeled version (32 Gal Wheeled Trash Can: #1339), but it is not being carried by Home depot.
Home depot please bring back a decent locking garbage can with wheels!
December 13, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by TracySam Lids deteriorate and you can't replace them
I bought two of these about 2 years ago. They are identical to the ones in Home Depot today. In two years, the lids have become faded to a pale grey, while the trashcans themselves are still black. Then in the past few months, the lids have cracked, and are now falling apart. Since the cans are still good, I went to HD today to buy two new lids. Guess what? You can't buy just the lids. So your only choice is to live without lids or buy completely new trashcans with lids! There is no reason why a "roughneck" outdoor trashcan lid should deteriorate so badly in our moderate climate in 2 years. At least they are inexpensive.
December 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0Â by WishingWell Roughneck 32 gal. Black Wheeled Trash Can...
The term "Roughneck" is somewhat of an over statement. We purchased two of these because our old cans needed replacing after 13 years of service. I seriously doubt that we are gonna even get five years out of these. But they will just have to do for now. Won't buy any more. As long as you don't plan to have these cans hold anything other than common household rubbish, then I feel they will do the job. I would think twice about using them for any thing more.
January 29, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0Â by JRoberts broken within a year
I bought two of these garbage cans and they worked great until the handles broke off
January 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by JoatMon Alot of bang for your buck
I bought a couple of these to use during some home reconstruction. Basically dumped planks plaster and lath old plumbing pipes and various other trash in them.
Because they were only $19.95 they were not treated well at all. They were considered disposable.
Even with the rough treatment they received I had no problems with the handle or wheels.
They are very light and easy to drag around. Despite this they have proved very durable.
When we were done we hosed them off and they still looked new. We did line them with trash bags while in use. So much for disposable but they stack inside each other and are waiting for the next job.
They do not make the best saw horses in the world.
Would not use these to put on street for trash pickup. They would no doubt take the beating but once empty they would easily be blown away with a light breeze.
All and all I don.t think you can go wrong for the performance you get at cost you pay.
Totally worth the investment
Over all I gave these 5 stars because I was amazed that something that inexpensive would take that kind of beating and survive let alone be ready to do it all over again.
Hope this helps
September 30, 2011