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Coastwide Professional™ 40-45 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 0.74 Mil, White, 100/Carton (CW18192)

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Item #: 901-814897
  Model #: 4046WXW
Brand: Coastwide Professional
Coastwide Professional™ 40-45 Gal. Trash Bags, Low Density, 0.74 Mil, White, 100/Carton (CW18192)
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Get a leak-free waste-management solution with this 100-count carton of Coastwide Professional™ 40 to 45-gallon low-density trash bags. Keep your office clean with these trash bags. The 40 to 45-gallon size holds plenty of waste and fits in a variety of trash cans, and the low-density polyethylene construction resists tearing and stretching when containing heavy items. These white Coastwide Professional™ 40 to 45-gallon low-density trash bags have star-sealed bottoms that improve weight distribution and help prevent leaks.
  • These 40-45 gal. capacity medium strength bags ideal for all trash applications, including heavy industrial trash
  • Low-density and 0.74 mil thick bags keeps heavy and wet trash and prevents from stretching holes in the bag
  • Contains 100 trash bags per carton
  • Dimensions: 46"H x 40"W
  • Made from linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) in white color to keep trash out of view for a more pleasant appearance
Specifications
Scented : Unscented Color Family : White Trash Bag Package Type : Roll Trash Bag Type : Industrial
Trash Bag Scent : Unscented Trash Bag Strength : Medium Bags per Box : 100 Trash Bag Thickness Range : 0.74 Mil
Waste Capacity Range (Gal) : 45 Closure of Trash Bag : Twist Tie Trash Bag Capacity (gal.) : 45 Brand : Coastwide Professional
Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Box

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