This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Duck Brand. All opinions are 100% mine.
One of the things that really frustrates me is when things don’t quite make it all the way in the trash can. I mean, a banana peel laying next to the trash can, is not the same as a banana peel IN the trash can, am I right? But sometimes this is what you get when you live in a house with kids.
I’ve had Duck® brand Easy Liner® under my trash cans for the last couple of years but the newest products now include Clorox® antimicrobial protection, which prevents the growth of odor-causing mold and mildew, perfect for all the little bits of food (or banana peels) that somehow don’t make it in the trash can!
I honestly don’t know how they do it but the Clorox® antimicrobial protection has an antimicrobial additive embedded into the shelf liner that doesn’t degrade over time, and stays active as long as the product is in use – even after washing it! I like knowing that it doesn’t go away after washing, because when I find crumbs and other gross stuff around the trash can, I scrub the liner to make sure it’s clean!
Easy Liner® with Clorox® is great for lots of places, not just the trash can cabinet, I’ve also used it in our bathrooms, my kitchen cabinets and in my pantry. It’s easy to cut, easy to install, it’s super thick and it looks great! It’s also wider than the original Easy Liner® shelf liner, so in a standard size cabinet you won’t have to use as much.
Our island is really deep, so I still had to use 2 strips, but it looks really nice and clean!
Now if someone decides to have their trash not make it all the way in the trash can, #1 it will be easy to spot and #2 I don’t have to worry about my cabinet starting to smell if I don’t catch it right away!
The new Easy Liner® with Clorox® shelf liners are available at retailers nationwide.
John Storeys says
At least the peels get close to the bin ;D at home you’ll find them in very curious places but we are slowly getting there!