Make Recycling Easy with Rubbermaid

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Rubbermaid has all kinds of products that make my life easier.  Storage totes? Check.  Plastic food storage?  Yup.  We even used to have one of those locking cabinets for our deck.  When they asked me if I’d like to check out their new Hidden Recycler, of course I said yes. 

The Hidden Recycler is a compact recycling system that fits under your counter, inside a cabinet.  It attaches to the cabinet door with hooks, or you can screw it in for a more permanent installation.  The fabric bag holds up to 36 12-oz cans.  You can even fit a plastic milk jug in it. 

How well does it work, though?  That’s the real question! 

I took it out of the box and went to install it.  The first thing I noticed is that there is some assembly required.  Not a big deal, I’m handy.   But there weren’t any directions.  It took a little looking and pondering.  Then it sort of made sense.  It was an A-HA! moment!

Once I got it together, I took it over to my cabinet.  It does not fit under my cabinet.  Of course, my house has what I have come to believe is a miniature version of a real kitchen.  The Hidden Recycler is about the size of a paper grocery bag, but is a plastic lined fabric bag in a frame with a lid.  The bag is totally detachable and machine washable, in case messes are made. 

The Hidden Recycler would be great for transporting your recyclable goods from the kitchen into the garage or wherever you keep your recycling bins.  

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About Greta Brinkley

Greta is a newly minted 30 year old, originally from the West Coast. Now living in the Midwest, she loves hockey, sparkles, nail polish, and bright colors. She also cannot resist anything that has peanut butter and chocolate together. And she hates filling out bios. Yep.

Comments

  1. Rachel Rodman-Kunkler says:

     
     
    I am glad that it is machine washable since I have a MESSY HUSBAND.  Love the comment about your miniature version of a real kitchen, haha.

  2. This would be so helpful around our house.  I like that its machine washable.

  3. kelsey house says:

    Cute idea! I dont know if i would be able ot assemble it with out directions haha im not handy at all!

  4. My bf & I just started recycling & rubbermaid really  would make it easier because we just have a trash bag on the floor… lol

  5. I am big into recycling & we always have a pile sitting on the counter that needs to go outside, so it would be awesome to have this right in your cabinet!

  6. I also like Rubbermaid and have used them for years.  This would be great for our cans and bottles that we return to the redemption center.  

  7. I love Rubbermain products and I have several.

  8. I love Rubbermaid and the hidden recycler looks like a great idea. I would love to use it.

  9. I won one of these and i love it, I use it for my aluminum cans

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  1. [...] Well, I've got the solution!  Rubbermaid's Hidden Recycler attaches to your cabinet doors and stays out of sight.  It's big enough to hold lots of recyclables, but small enough to be discreet.  Read my whole review here.  [...]

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