Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 380
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by solomone good value for money
I rated these a five due to how they felt overall, the weight also was a factor since the wife normally sets out rubbish. The size is just right also and the flexibility of units in cold weather holds up very well. Already recommended this item to others. Thanks home depot for carrying quality items for such a good value price.
January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by PJHCH Meets expectation
I was skeptical the 1st time I ordered these trash cans, thinking they would be cheap since the cost was so low. I was way off base & have since ordered three more for our shop & one for our daughter. They are heavy made & with the sale price I paid you can not beat them if you are just looking for a "normal" trash can. We live in the country, have a cabinet business & we use them for a lot of things. I have pig feed in one, wood shavings in a couple & day to day trash in the other.
October 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by KnowWhentoFold Tough water collection and storage
I use this for water collection and storage in my backyard. I replaced the top with a few layers of black landscaping cloth, which admits water, but not algae supporting light.
Might not be food grade, but this is for the plants. At any rate, it'll still be much safer to drink and bathe with than water tainted by a recent chemical spill near Charleston, WV.
January 14, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0Â by john This product is TRASH! (pun intended)
I own over a dozen of the older model Roughneck trash cans. I've had some for 10 years. Unlike the older models, these new models are not UV resistant. Consequently, if you store them outdoors (and you live in a sunny climate) these start breaking down after about a year (like mine are). They start cracking; handles bust off, etc. I suspect that production costs started moving too high with the old containers and they didn't want to pass the costs on to the consumer. I can assure you that these cheap containers end up being 5-10 times as expensive and are a LOT less green.
January 2, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0Â by DCG1950 Cheaply Made
We have owned Rubbermaid Roughneck Trash Cans for many years. Finally, one wore out and so, naturally, I replaced it with the same. Sad to say; however, Rubbermaid has been doing so much cost reduction, the can is very thin-walled - so much so - that when you pick it up the lid pops off. While the price is low, I'd rather pay more for the sturdier material they used to use. If this one lasts a year I'll be surprised.
The better choice is a contractor type, however, it has a lid that loves to collect rainwater and grow mosquitoes and moss.
May 19, 2014