What's the best way to keep your kitchen bag from falling in the can?

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  • Just Retired Just Retired on Jun 16, 2017
    Put the garbage bag in the garbage container and let some of the bag fall over the top. Now take a bungie cord and put it around the garbage container so the top of the liner is under the bungie cord.

  • Jean Jean on Jun 16, 2017
    I clip the bag on to the side with large Bulldog clips

  • Nena Hodges Nena Hodges on Jun 16, 2017
    I love this question. I learned this while working at a hospital and observing how the experts do it. :) First tie a small knot in one side of the top of the bag. If your bag is only a little loose, the may be enough. If it is still loose tie another know on the other side. I usually tie both sides so my bag will be even, since I'm a bit perfectionistic.

  • Jan Clark Jan Clark on Jun 16, 2017
    My mom did this years ago, and I still swear by it. She used those giant rubber bands around the outside lip. The friction kept the bag from sliding down. If you can't find them, then I'd try measuring the can and using a bungee that will need to stretch a bit to clip together.

  • Nna13419899 Nna13419899 on Jun 16, 2017
    Get ones that fit.

  • Carole Triplett Brooks Carole Triplett Brooks on Jun 16, 2017
    I use pull tie bags which slows you to tighten them around the rim. I also have a trash can that is the perfect size for the 18 gallon compactor bags. They are larger and they fit on the edge of the can perfectly.