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7-10 Gallon Trash Bags
  • 7-10 Gallon Trash Bags
Getting the correct fit for smaller garbage cans can sometimes be difficult, but it’s just as important as fitting larger cans. A badly-fitting bag can create a big mess even in a small waste basket, while the right sized bag makes taking out the trash a breeze. Our wide selection of 7 to 10 gallon trash bags has been carefully chosen to fit perfectly in the usual small and midsized garbage cans you’ll find under a desk or in the bathroom.

7-10 Gallon Trash Bags

$ PER CASE ($/bag)
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In order to choose the right size bag, please consider the following:


* Here on Plasticplace.com, dimensions refer to the dimensions of the trash bag, not the trash can.
* The trash bag dimensions need to be larger than your trash can measurements to ensure a proper fit. 


Here are two simple steps to finding the right size trash bag:

Step 1. Determine the width of the trash bag you will need

Square/rectangle trash cans:

Round trash cans:

square can

Take the perimeter (sum of all the sides) of your trash can and divide by 2. This will be the width of your trash bag.

Example: Perimeter of can = 32", Width of trash bag = Perimeter (32) divided by two = 16"
round can

Take the diameter (width of your trash can) and multiply by 3.14 (pi). Take this number and divide by 2.

Example: Diameter = 16", Width of trash bag = (16 x 3.14)/2 = 25"

2. Determine the height of the trash bag you will need:

Take the height of your can, and add four inches for overhang plus half the width of the can (or diameter), this ensures there’s enough material to cover the bottom of your can.

Example: Bag height needed: 42 (can height) + 4 (overhang) + 12 (1/2 can width) = 60.