Friday, June 7, 2013

HandiHanger Review and Giveaway. Instant hidden trash can!

Disclaimer: This product was provided to me for the purpose of facilitating a review with my honest opinions. Your opinion may differ.

I have something so simple yet awesome to share with you. Do you hate the sight of your trash can, but just have no more room to hide it? Ever struggle to use plastic bags as an extra trash area? Do you ever have too many plastic bags and don't know what to do with them?  I've had this problem forever. I would have to keep them on the floor or tack them into the wall , hang them on the door knobs, without an ounce of hold. I could go for the unsightly nails in the wall , ugly stickies that won't hold up a dime, or I could go with the Handi Hanger! This completely eliminated my problem.


Handi hanger easily screws right into your cabinet doors and holds your bag OPEN so that you don't have to fiddle with it to get things to fit. This wonderful contraption holds a lot of things, as it is tightly screwed into your doors and it's made of heavy duty plastic. I don't foresee anything breaking! 

The installation was a breeze. I checked for clearance to make sure where I planned to install it didn't get in the way of closing the cabinet doors or anything else. Then, I lined the handles up so that they were at good distance from each other. Really, I just guesstimated from the middle, but you may want to use a ruler. You can measure the bags width from handle to handle and then mark your cabinet door to match that length. The directions say for most cabinet doors, place the holders 10 inches apart from each other and 2 inches away from the edge of the door on each side. 

 

Using my trusty Black & Decker power screw driver, I drove the 4 nails into their clearly designated areas, with a Phillip's head. 



Be careful when power drilling that you don't screw it in too far and end up going out the other end! 


Final result 
A hidden trash area with plenty of hold. I love organization "doohickies" and this has to be my favorite right now.



This has been an awesome, economical and convenient edition to my home. It's a great way to recycle your grocery bags and save money on trash bags.  I usually just use my reusable totes, but I often overshoot what I buy and end up needing more bags. Who doesn't do this? This is another reason you can feel good about using plastic bags on the Handi Hanger. 

Another idea is to use your reusable totes that are made of plastic. It can be the trash that you only throw tissues out in or the no food trash that won't gunk it up and can easily be washed! Thereby being even more friendly to the environment. Either way you use it, it is SO helpful! 

No more nasty trash buckets and cans to clean out! Just throw away your bag and pop on a new one effortlessly! 

You can grab one or more at only $8.99 a set OR $12.99 for two sets! That is a savings of  $5.99!

To learn more, visit their Facebook!

Who wants one of their own? How about 12 of you?! Well, i'm excited to announce that many people will be winning one of their own, so your chances are amazingly good! 

Enter Below and Good Luck!! 

Beginning Date: 6/8/2013 11:59 pm EST
Closing Date: 6/18/2013 10:00 pm EST



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37 comments:

  1. I'd put it downstairs in the washroom.

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  2. I would definitely use it under my sink cabinet cause I am often needing a quick trash bag for wastes..thank you

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  3. I would use it under the kitchen sink, or in the laundry room.

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  4. i would use in the laundry room

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  5. in my cabinet in the kitchen for trash

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  6. Bonnie Wilks6/10/13, 5:44 PM

    I would use it under the sink.

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  7. What a great idea! I would love to try it out under the sink

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  8. In my bedroom at my new apartment!

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  9. I would definitely use it the same way on my lower cabinet .

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  10. i would put mine under my kitchen sink!

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  11. What a great idea and a great review xo

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  12. I think I would use it under the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, kitchen pantry, storage closet, at my boyfriend's place. The possibilities are endless! I might just find a way to attach it to my desk at home, I'm sure I would find some use for it to use with couponing!

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  13. I don't know where my comment went. I would use it under the bathroom sink, kitchen sink, kitchen pantry, living room storage closet...all at my boyfriend's place...or I might use it at my house on my desk somehow and figure out a use for it with couponing! The possibilities are endless!

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  14. I'd use this in my kitchen for recycling.

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  15. inside my pantry door
    doan b

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  16. Elaine Powell6/15/13, 7:14 PM

    in the kitchen

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  17. I would use it under the kitchen sink. :-) Thank you.

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  18. I would use it under the kitchen sink.

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  19. I would use it in the bathrooms.

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  20. sarah sinkus6/17/13, 11:23 AM

    Laundry room

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  21. would use under the sink and in utility room

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  22. under the kitchen sink its a mess

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  23. I'd use it in the kitchen!

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  24. in the kitchen or the bathroom

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  25. i would use it over the dryer. for a lint bag

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  26. I would use it in my work office.

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  27. I would use these in the kids room!

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  28. I would use this in my bathroom.

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  29. In the hall utility closet !!!

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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