Despite using Glad quick tie tall kitchen bags exclusively for many years, I only just recently tried Glad Black Bags. We always bought “whatever” when it came to large black bags, since they were only used in the basement trash can. I had run out of trash bags for that basement trash can a few weeks back, but kept forgetting to pick up new ones. That turned out to be just fine. You see, I was sent a box of Glad ForceFlex Black Bags to try out for this blog tour, and I’m a convert. I have been cleaning out junk and clutter down there, and these bags are pretty impressive in their ability to stretch to accommodate items that would rip other bags. Looks like this is an all Glad household now.
I am sure you are fascinated with my new found trash bag love, but this is not a review, I am actually writing today to share information about the Glad Black Bag Art Auction. Glad has partnered with the Picker Sisters to encourage people to get innovative with their trash, and transform it into stylish treasures. The auction will feature four mosaic artworks depicting animals, by artist Jason Mecier. I am rather partial to the duck, shown below. The pieces integrate items collected during Keep America Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup, as well as items donated by several well known celebrities.
If you would like to bid on any or all of these special works of art, bids will be accepted through April 26th. Proceeds from the auction befit Keep America Beautiful.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Glad Black Bag and received a Glad Black Bag product and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.