Glad Open Top Compostable Bags
Small (9.8 L) 20 Bags
Perfect if your collection area accepts organic waste in a biodegradable bag. These GLAD bags provide the quality and strength you need to hold all your kitchen scraps and green bin items. Remember to always store these bags indoors to maintain product quality.

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Erica: a few months ago

the scent is OK, but they rip and are not sturdy. One of the worst brands for compostable bags.

Catherine: about a year ago

They seem OK, but I'm not thrilled with the chemical-floral scent.

Catherine: more than a year ago

The bag was designed for a small kitchen composter. It works, although I find the compost gets heavy and pulls the bag away from the edges of the pail.
The Febreze does seem to do its job at keeping odor away.
These bags would he improved if they could be composted in a backyard composter.

Denise: more than a year ago

work well if you use within short time frame

Joƫlle: more than a year ago

Graham: more than a year ago

Doesn't work if you have a home composter. A year later you still have large hunks of bag that hasn't deteriorated. Instead, make sure that you get a bag that is fully compostable!

Mandy: more than a year ago

What I do to prevent leaks is I line my kitchen garbage can with one of these glad bags. Then I set a small paper compost bag inside. So, ones a liner if the inner one leaks. When the paper bag is full (never leave it more than a few days), I take it out and put another one in. If its leaky, I scope it up with the glad compostable bag too, so its double bagged. These glad bags do work well for cat litter, which it is harder to put cat litter into a paper bag...

Anne: more than a year ago

We're now required to use compostable bags in our green bins in our region and these have worked well. There can be some moisture buildup between the bag and the kitchen compost container, but that's the nature of composting and condensation from the heat. I've never had the bags actually leak any contents or break open.

ted: more than a year ago

my wife and i are seniors and we use the glad compostable bags for foodstuffs for disposal
being seniors, we find the bags a very very difficults to open up to use, as we cant find the top opening of the bag
there is no indications as to the top
and when we do locate it, we have a hard time opening it becasue it is evenly stuck together
i doubt very much if you willl do anthing about this problem but , i just wanted you to know that we arent happy with the product
tks for your time

Shane: more than a year ago

We used to buy the (I assume) older green bags for the compost bin. They worked fine. So is the idea with these new bags supposed to be that we don't use them until we're ready to remove the compost? Dump all that lovely smelling ickiness into the bag and take it out to the main bins? Because they seem to disintergrate before the week is up!! And I'm pretty much forced to clean the bin anyway as it is because of the leaks.

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