11069Re: [rootsradicals] Storage solution
- Feb 26 2:33 PMThe cat litter buckets are 9.5"x11.5"x15"tall. They taper a bit so that they will nest. As I recall they are around $13 each, at PetSmart using the PetPerk card to save a buck or two. I pay around $2 more than I could get the cheap cat litter for, so I figure the buckets with lids cost me $2 each. They are very nice quality, I haven't worn one out yet. The cats seem to approve of the product.The buckets from US Plastic are pretty pricey in comparison, looks like the lids are extra. Perhaps they are worth it. You wouldn't have the stigma attached to riding around town with all those cat litter buckets. The labels stick around forever. I may invest in a can of spray paint someday.I've seen other products that come in nice buckets, but cat litter is the cheapest thing I've found.FatRobIn a message dated 2/26/2010 3:58:34 P.M. Central Standard Time, dr2chase@... writes:
What's the measurements on them, and how much do they cost with cat litter in them?
I'm just curious, because I found various buckets at US Plastics, but they didn't seem that cheap:
http://www.usplasti c.com/catalog/ item.aspx? itemid=23175& catid=818
On 2010-02-26, at 4:18 PM, ama3655@aol. com wrote:
> I've found that Fresh Step cat litter pails, in the 40 lb size, make perfect "panniers" for an X with wide loaders. I can carry 2 per side, and the tops snap back on for a dry seal. They also have a handy carrying handle. If you don't have a cat they aren't a very good deal, but if you are using the stuff anyway they are a great deal.
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