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30 gal. Paper Lawn and Refuse Bags (5-Count)

$1.88 /each
  • 2-ply construction is durable and tear resistant
  • Self standing
  • Great for lawn and leaves disposal

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These Home Depot 30 gal. Paper Lawn and Refuse Bags (5-Pack) feature 2-ply wet-strength paper construction for durability and tear resistance. The bags are suitable for moist or dry refuse disposal.

  • 2-ply wet-strength paper construction for durability and tear resistance
  • 30 gal. capacity
  • Self standing
  • Great for lawn and leaves disposal
  • Suitable for use in composting in your garden
  • Moist or dry refuse disposal

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Bag Construction Changed??

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September 2, 2014
ALL the reviews from 2014 seem to say that the construction of the bags has gotten flimsier. Has anyone bought these recently and can confirm these claims?
All I'm going put in them is chopped leaves from lawnmower bags.
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Portland, OR
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July 19, 2016
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Bags have not changed. They are the same quality and thickness as before.
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June 8, 2016
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Quality is the worst of any lawn bag you can possibly buy
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Herndon, VA
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February 3, 2015
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I haven't noticed any difference in their strength, and I got ours in the past 60 days.
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Hyattsville, MD
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December 21, 2014
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The bags I bought in November 2014 were the same weight and durability as the bags I had left over from 2011 or 2012. Before buying them this year, I saw reviews saying the bags were flimsier, so I was happy to see that they were as good as ever when I made my purchase.
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Austin, Texas
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October 8, 2014
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We use these bags all the time in our lawn maintenance business. We must have gone through over 2 pallets of them this spring. None of our crew members mentioned a lower quality in the bag. And they would, because it would just make their job a lot tougher.
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Could you use this bag in your paper recycle bin?

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Portland, OR
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July 19, 2016
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Yes, I do. I also use for all my recycling needs and just dump the contents at the recycling facility. These are great bags for that purpose as well.
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June 8, 2016
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Almost every dump/waste management facility will not appreciate you mixing your yard waste with paper recycles. Do not do this.
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Atlanta, GA
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February 9, 2016
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Hi Debbie,
Yes, these paper bags are accepted by recycling companies. In fact, they are made of recycled material.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis
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Are they $1.88 for the 5 pack or $1.88 for each of the 5 in the pack?

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Portland, OR
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Mystee,
They are 5 for $1.88.
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November 11, 2015
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they are $1.88 for a 5 pack.......charge it on your home depot card and get 5% off just like lowe's.....word of caution...don't let the bags set out in the rain....paper seems to soak up water.....
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about these bags...

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are you saying the boxes themselves will de-compose with the content in the bag... basically, you can leave the pile in one spot and eventually a compost pile will form, boxes and all? Thanks!
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There is no box. Five bags are wrapped with a band made of the same paper as the bags. I slip the band off the bags, fold it, and toss it into the first bag, on the theory that it will decompose as fast as the bags themselves.
I don't know how quickly the bags decompose. If you just left a bag of lawn waste outdoors, it would probably take a very long time to turn into mulch. My county shreds the bagged Read More
There is no box. Five bags are wrapped with a band made of the same paper as the bags. I slip the band off the bags, fold it, and toss it into the first bag, on the theory that it will decompose as fast as the bags themselves.
I don't know how quickly the bags decompose. If you just left a bag of lawn waste outdoors, it would probably take a very long time to turn into mulch. My county shreds the bagged waste, so I assume the shredded paper decomposes much more quickly, especially when it is mixed with shredded leaves and grass clippings. Read Less
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There are like the paper bags you would get at the grocery store, but heavier paper. With time and moisture I am pretty sure they will break down. Getting them wet really weakens the paper so it will probably break long before the contents are turned into compost.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This bag works great for grass The bag works great for grass and leaves.. If you are using it for small branches and twigs, they might punch a hole in the side of the bag. That's why it got a 4 instead of 5. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great bags These are really great bags I have priced thenelsewhere, and it seems that Home depot has the best price August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good yard bags I always buy my bags at Home Depot. They seem to tear more easily than they used to. But they're still good. August 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Trash Im what people might call a trash man. However I only deal with yard waste (grass leaves sticks and dirt). These bags are the worst things to use, once they're wet it's over. Also if you want to put any weight in them the bottom will fall right apart when i pick them up. I'd hate to throw all your hard work back onto your lawn because you wanted to buy the worst lawn bags in the world. P.S. Lowe's has the best bags around ;) June 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely love I go out of my way to go to home depot to get these bags. I have had trouble with other vendors bags. I do not live in the cities so its a special trip just to get these bags I love June 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by problem with trash put in grass clipping bags Here is an example of what the city recommends that you put in the bags, it has nothing about that on this bag, this is a serious problem as the final product of compost contains alot of waste and people do not want to use it. Please print on the Bag; NO TRASH, NO BASURA Austin Resource Recovery provides curbside yard trimmings collection. Yard trimmings are grass clippings, leaves and small branches or limbs that are no longer than 5 feet and no thicker than 3 inches in diameter. Please do not put trash in this bag as it is for the making of compost. No Basura por Favor. Yard trimmings are composted and made into Dillo Dirt™. thanks so much, a frenquent compost user. November 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible quality bags rip far too easily. Basically unusable. As many of people are mentioning in these reviews, after years of having no trouble with these (and others), being plenty tough, the HD bags I recently got to put leaves in are TERRIBLE. Rip WAY too easily, and even if I'm being as careful as I can, they continue to rip. Do not buy these bags from Home Depot until they prove that they have replaced them with tougher yard bags. Just awful, and super frustrating. November 2, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty much what you would expect These bags are simple but sturdy. They stand up on their own and are made tough enough to stand some abuse. We use them to gather up bamboo trimmings and palm leaf trimmings. They hold up much better than the plastic refuse bags also sold at home depot. Before purchasing these, make sure your city or community does not have restrictions on what kind of bags you should use for garden waste. You don't want to spend all day bagging your garden waste and then have them not picked up because they are not in the right bag. July 21, 2013
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