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Model # HDLL163550PK

30 Gal. Paper Lawn and Leaf Bags -50 Count

Includes 50 bags (50¢ /bag)
$24.96
  • Outdoor leaf bag holds 30-Gal. capacity
  • Self standing and durable for all types of yard waste
  • 16 in. x 12 in. x 35 in.
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About This Product

The Home Depot 30 Gal. Paper Lawn and Refuse Bags feature 2-ply wet-strength paper construction for durability and tear resistance. The bags are suitable for moist or dry refuse disposal. Suitable for use in composting in your garden.

Highlights

  • 2-ply wet-strength paper construction for durability and tear resistance
  • 30 Gal. capacity
  • Self-standing
  • Great for lawn and leaves disposal
  • 16 in. x 12 in. x 35 in. 30 Gal. capacity paper lawn and leaf bag
  • All items come in pack increments of 5
  • Return Policy

Product Information

Internet # 314178197

Model # HDLL163550PK

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Specifications

Bag thickness (mil): .22

Dimensions

Bag thickness (mil).22

Details

Capacity30 GA-GallonClosureFold-over
Pack Size10Package Count50
Returnable90-DayTrash and Recycling Product TypeTrash Bag/Liner
Usage TypeHousehold

Questions & Answers

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Q:How to close the bags
by|Feb 6, 2024
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Q:Does City of Houston trash accept these bags?
by|Dec 15, 2023
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A:  Hi Janie. Thank you for shopping at The Home Depot. The city should pick them up. You can look up on the website of your city to see when waste is picked up. The city of Houston has a calendar that you can print out and see when yard waste will be picked up. https://www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste/gogreencommunity.html Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC

by|Feb 22, 2024
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Q:Will they withstand rain
by|Nov 21, 2023
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A:  Well, sort of. If they get wet and then dry out they're OK - may be a little weaker. I wouldn't attempt to lift a wet bag, rolling over to let it dry is OK (assuming it's fallen over) but I wouldn't put any stress on one.

by|Dec 17, 2023
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    Q:Do you seal the bags after filling them
    by|Nov 14, 2023
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    Customer Reviews

    4.7 out of 5
    • 4.7 out of 5,906 reviews
    • 89% recommend this product
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    I feel there should be four seperate types of leaf bags. 1. Regular narrow (avg. Gras cuttings) 2. Wider tall 3. Leaf Burrito mid-sized. (Dry Leaf mulch 4. Jumbo tall (dry leaves only)
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    Lawn Bags
    Very sturdy bags. Outstanding delivery, thank you!
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      First Class Quality
      These bags held leaves, grass and pine needles from November of 2022 until August of 2023! Made it through the Colorado winter and spring rains. When I was finally able to remove sod to set up a new garden area, I had plenty of compostable materials to use in my garden boxes. They were covered with a tarp for some of the time and cardboard other times. They did get wet but held up.
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        These bags are really sturdy and size is great. My bag was left in the rain with the grass in it. However still dod not tear. Bery good quality
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        Paper compost bags
        Working great, makes things much easier
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        Best yard help
        Helps out a lot with the yard
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        These are the weakest refuse bags I’ve encountered
        These bags very light weight. These are lined with paper bags a lot thinner than paper grocery bags as a point of reference. Most tears from pressing down on material inside, but some tore just from trying to open them up or lift them up with not a lot of weight inside. They should be OK with leaves but again gravity fill do not try to overfill or compress. Please be prepared to buy some duck tape or similar to wrap around these bags if you intend to do anything, but gravity fill them
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          They are manufactured to tear easily
          Seems like quality has gone down. These bags tear easily when packing with leaves. Also I noticed they are packaged with slits already at the edge as I show in the picture. They are pre-set to tear easily. Frustrating.
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            Good choice for yard bags
            We bought these yard bags to use for grass clippings and leaves. The bags are double-lined, so we didn't have any issues with the bag tearing or ripping. As long as you don't overfill these, I don't think you'll have any issues.
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