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    I'm going to get one of these simply I'm sick of my auger falling around in my van. Plus looks nice to carry in and pull out a much better auger than your local hardware store. And no drips or trash bag looks professional.

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    That looks cool.

    Maybe they will print companies name on them also.
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    If the bag costs more than the auger they can keep it.
    I wonder if it can hold all three augers at the same time. The drop head one, the smaller one and the urinal auger.
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    I have to admit the plastic garbage bads we use seem kinda rookie when we walk in but they are cheap and we use a new one everytime. It does not really look new when we leave and thats when the bag looks kinda neat.
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    i like it!


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    mine hangs in the stool bus, and when i use it, it gose into a 5 gallon bucket to help control the mess
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    I also use a 5 gallon bucket, i do like the idea of the bag but i would think after a few months of use that bag is going to get pretty nasty and have to be replaced or washed !

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinorooter View Post
    I also use a 5 gallon bucket, i do like the idea of the bag but i would think after a few months of use that bag is going to get pretty nasty and have to be replaced or washed !

    I agree. The bag looks good new but for how long ? I also use a 5 gallon bucket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhplumbing View Post
    i like it!


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    i use the bag that goes with the canvas folding chairs. you guys know what im talking about?
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