Strong bin liners are not the sort of thing I expected to get excited before becoming a wife and mother. They were about as interesting as warm cardigans and storage solutions. How times change! I get excited by such things now so here is my strong bin liners review.
Like many women, the bulk of the housework falls on me even though I work. I resent this and even rant about it on occasion but pretty much to no avail. The children buy things and lose interest quickly and I think they might get that from me with my charity shop obsession.
When I try to declutter, you can bet bin liners are not strong enough so I give up, have a coffee and sink into despair.
All this has changed and has put a spring in my step after I was sent some bin liners from Visqueen to review. You can get one off the roll easily without ending up tearing into the next one. You can stuff them with all manner of things. In fact, I get making the challenge more tough and still they stood up to the test. I have stared to send things to the tip and the charity shop, mountains of bin liners full. It really has cheered me up and makes housework so much simpler just like the way I have learned eco-friendly cleaning hacks. I have held an attachment to stuff for far too long and I feel lighter as I let things go.
A survey undertaken by Mumsnet, the UK’s biggest site for parents, and commissioned by Visqueen Ultimate, the UK’s toughest bin bags, found that in 46% of households, women are responsible for emptying the kitchen bin into the outside wheelie, compared with 25% of households where it’s the man’s job. In 27% of households, meanwhile, it’s a shared responsibility, and in only 1% of homes do the children take on the task.
It gets worse for the women-folk. The survey also found that in 62% of homes, women are in charge of emptying the other household bins, compared with only 14% of homes in which men do it. It’s a shared job in 20% of households and the kids do it in just 2%. When it comes to actually cleaning the kitchen bin, don’t expect any help from a bloke! In 76% of households, women carry out this unpleasant chore, while men step up to help in only 9% of homes!
The survey shows that what has traditionally been a task for men is no longer just a job for the boys, with increasing numbers of women now responsible for emptying the bins. It is unclear whether this is because men are too busy doing other chores – gardening, shopping or ironing for example. But it is clear that when it comes to responsibility for taking out the household waste, there’s been a significant swing between the sexes.
With this new wave of trash-tasked women in mind, Visqueen Ultimate’s experts have developed a hi-tech generation of super-strong drawstring bin liners that are truly up to the task. Made in the UK, the new bags offer unrivalled strength and tear-resistance, eliminating all risk that a bin bag full of garbage will split and spill its contents on the floor. Mumsnet users have sampled the products and 94% said they would recommend Visqueen Ultimate products to a friend and 94% said they were stronger than their usual brands.
The launch of Visqueen Ultimate, the UK’s toughest bin bags, means that help is here for the growing numbers of women in charge of putting out the household rubbish. The products are strong enough and tough enough to fill the bag to capacity. A simple pull on the drawstring, meanwhile, will protect everyone from unwelcome smells and sights, ensuring household waste can be delivered to the outside wheelie bin with a minimum of hassle and fuss. The Visqueen Ultimate range is on sale now at www.Amazon.co.uk.
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