These flexible, lightweight polyethylene tubs are washable, bendable, crushable, nearly indestructible. This is our largest Tubtrug; it holds 11 gallons and is plenty big for collecting weeds, gathering long-stemmed flowers for bouquets, carrying hand tools and supplies out to the garden and more. You'll find dozens of uses!
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from Lake Wylie, SC
Comments about : Colorful Tubtrug, 11 Gallon:
So far, this easy to carry tub is great for holding clippings when trimming back perennials, such as liriope, and easy to place nearby when clearing out beds to prepare for mulch. The fact that it is bendable, and not stiff, helps holding the handles together when moving the tub. You can put your supplies in it and tote it to your garden site. Very nice addition to my garden tools.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Kathy M
from Anaheim, CA
love this light weight bucket
I would buy this again
I used this bucket to collect my soda cans so I leave by the door outside. Perfect.
Every gardener needs one!
from Lyme NH
I use this for lugging weeds, and for harvesting potatoes, carrots and onions.
This garden tool is a must have!
from Rockford, MI
weeding, watering, harvesting, holding
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Like it, with reservations
from new england
They work wonderful for the first few years. I own six. But I'm not getting any more of them. Like some of the reviewers, I have experienced broken handles. And now, my 10-year-old one has disintegrated with cracks....instantly. I guess I made the mistake of thinking that high price means high quality, especially from Gardener's Supply. I don't expect to get a replacement, but, when I wrote to customer service, I got a lecture on how plastic doesn't last forever. (I own other plastic things that woud say otherwise.) The tubtrugs that do the best (so far) seem to be the ones that I use only as non--gardening receptacles. So, I would not recommend these for gardening purposes.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Thank you for taking the time to review our Tubtrugs. We are sorry to hear that they are not holding up to your expectations. The manufacture warrants them against defects for one year from the date of purchase. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our products, but at this point in time we feel that 10 years is a reasonable lifetime of this product. We have, however, forwarded your comments to our buyers and Quality Assurance Team to investigate further. We are constantly working to improve the items we carry, and we appreciate your feedback.
Good, practical product
from Ann Arbor, MI
This is great for carrying all our hand tools or collecting pulled weeds for transport back to the compost.
from Anita, Iowa
I got this for myself for Christmas. I just got a garden shed, and it's already out there ready when spring gets here. I plan to use it to carry all kinds of things around the yard with me.
Bought as a gift
from E. Montpelier VT
My mom specifically requested a Tubtrug for Christmas. I obliged, and the tub was in my living room for the duration of my holiday wrapping activities...and was SO USEFUL! Oh my goodness, I almost didn't want to give it to my mom, it was such a great way to store all my wrapping paraphernalia , and I can only imagine how nice it would be for weeding and gardening. So this was a real win, and I'll be ordering one for myself!
This product is a workhorse.
By David from Wild Solitude Fine Gardening.
from York Maine
"Trugs" do it all. They transport hand tools and supplies to and from the garden, they hold small loads of pruning debris and flower cuttings. I've used themto carry just about everything - they're lightweight and easily cleanable. Can't imagine gardening without them.
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