Linear Low Density Can Liners 6 Gal

SKU: FG500288CLR

High-quality can liners for a variety of applications

  • Strong star seal bottom eliminates gaps along the seal where leaks can occur
  • Dual-dispensing packaging allows for top or side dispensing
  • Easily conforms to the shape of the container
  • Distributes refuse weight evenly inside the liner

Color:
Clear Gray

Capacity:

Qty

details

The Rubbermaid Commercial container liner features a star seal bottom that eliminates gaps and prevents leaks. This container liner easily conforms to the shape of the container. It distributes refuse weight evenly inside the trash can liner.

Features and Benefits:

  • Strong star seal bottom eliminates gaps along the seal where leaks can occur
  • Dual-dispensing packaging allows for top or side dispensing
  • Easily conforms to the shape of the container
  • Distributes refuse weight evenly inside the liner

specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length24.00 in60.96 cm
Product Width21.50 in54.61 cm
Product Height6.00 in
Product Weight29.60 lb
Upc00086876153569
Case Pack Length19.50 in49.53 cm
Case Pack Width13.00 in33.02 cm
Case Pack Height4.75 in12.07 cm
Case Pack Weight18.10 lb8.21 kg
Ucc00086876153569
Case Pack Quantity1
Capacity6 gal (US)
ColorClear
Material TypeResin
Country of OriginUSA

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