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Coastwide Professional™ 12-16 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 0.7 Mil, Clear, 250/Carton (CW18210-CC)

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Item #: 901-814900
  Model #: 18210-CC
Brand: Coastwide Professional
Coastwide Professional™ 12-16 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 0.7 Mil, Clear, 250/Carton (CW18210-CC)
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Keep garbage contained with these Coastwide Professional™ clear 12-16-gallon low-density trash bags. Line waste bins with these low-density trash bags. The clear construction keeps contents visible for an added layer of security, while the durable construction resists rips and tears to prevent spillage. Each bag features a star seal on the bottom for added strength and resilience. These Coastwide Professional™ trash bags come in a flat-pack container, which dispenses bags one at a time for easy access.
  • These 12-16 capacity medium strength bags fit large receptacles at your home or office
  • Low-density and 0.7 mil thick bags keeps heavy and wet trash and prevents from stretching holes in the bag
  • Contains 250 trash bags per carton
  • Dimensions: 24"H x 32"W
  • Made with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) for extra durability and hold and comes in clear color for viewing contents and preventing theft
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Specifications
Scented : Unscented Color Family : Clear Trash Bag Package Type : Flat Pack Trash Bag Type : Tall Kitchen
Trash Bag Scent : Unscented Trash Bag Strength : Medium Bags per Box : 250 Trash Bag Thickness Range : 0.7 mil
Waste Capacity Range (Gal) : 16 Closure of Trash Bag : Twist Tie Trash Bag Capacity (gal.) : 16 Height (in.) : 32
Width (in.) : 24 Brand : Coastwide Professional Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Box

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