The iconic Homer Bucket 5-Gallon Orange Buckets is ideal for any household or professional job. The all purpose container is constructed for plastic for durability. Each plastic bucket is orange and features the logo of The Home Depot.
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95%of customersrecommend this product107 of 113reviews
Rating Breakdown121 reviews
95%of customersrecommend this product107 of 113reviews
Im picking me up three more of these for the three more recent leaks in my new Home depot dream roof.
Whatever might get past the roof tarps (above) will be collected in these (below).
Im all for rain harvesting, and I do it indoors a lot nowadays, these buckets are perfect for its manual collection.
Great color too, I highly recommend these with ever new Home depot roof
Pros: Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Good Protection, Looks Great, Looks High End, love the color!
Cons: No Instructions
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Review 3 for 5-gal. Homer Bucket (3-Pack)
poor service at pick up desk
PostedAugust 25, 2015
No, I do not recommend this product.
Good price, good product. Lack of info on the pick up desk. They were trying to charge me for two more buckets,when my order was one set of three. And they told me that the order said one. Waste of time
It's been a hot summer and I need something quick, and cheap to help me water a lot of tree saplings I planted last spring. I drilled a small hole in the bottom side of these buckets to help with this job. The handles are handling the weight of the water just fine. I put a large rock in each one to help hold them down after the water was gone. The buckets are handling the rocks fine also. The trees I am using this system on are looking better than the ones I use a sprinkler on. For the price, I don't believe you can beat these buckets. Would rather they be white as the orange really stands out in the yard. But that's my only downside right now. No big deal.
Best buckets for projects I have ever found. The softer plastic takes a lot of abuse without cracking. I use the Homer buckets in gardening projects to make Earth Buckets and Dutch Buckets. Both types of planters have to be drilled or cut. I don't have to worry about the plastic cracking in big jagged lines as i am drilling the bucket, like I have had happen with several buckets from other places.
Pros: High Quality of Material, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use
Needed to deliver flowers to my wedding, but know we will use them around the house for other use after the wedding. They are also great during the winter to cover up delicate plants. Simply put a brick on top of the bucket to secure during winter and then remove once freeze has been taken out of the weather.
Pros: High Quality of Material, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Looks Great, Modern
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Review 10 for 5-gal. Homer Bucket (3-Pack)
the buckets worked just perfect for my garden project.
These buckets are very sturdy and lightweight. I thought I only needed two for my garden cart, but they are so versitile, I have used one for recyclable trash next to my kitchen trash can and one for another purpose. It seems I will be ordering another set of 3 next payday!
Pros: High Quality of Material, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Sturdy, lightweight
These 5 gallon buckets are awesome. I use them for things like carrying water (no leaks!), dumping used motor oil in them, and for carrying a case or two of broken beer bottles. Broken beer bottles always punch through trash bags and cut up my wife's legs when she takes out the trash. This makes her highly annoyed and she complains about me breaking the beer bottles. I tell her that I am just helping out the glass recycler by pre-smashing the bottles for him. It is saving him a step. Anyway, the broken beer bottles can't cut through the tough plastic shell of these 5 gallon buckets.
The only thing these buckets don't seem to be good for are cooking beans over an open fire. These buckets are not fire proof, and trying to eat beans covered in melted plastic will just make your kids cry.
I purchased Homer 5 gallon buckets to grow 'maters in. I used the orange Homers and found I needed a couple more, so since it was near I bought 2 Lowes white 5 gallon buckets to finish my container garden. I used the same mixture of Miracle Grow Garden Soil and composted mulch for the 'maters and have regularly fed both brand buckets with the same nutrients. As can be seen in the photo, the HD Homer buckets produce a shorter but bushier 'mater plant than the Lowes white buckets. It remains to be seen which will produce produce the best 'maters in terms of quantity and quality. ;-)
I rated 4 stars because I had to drill holes in the bottom for drainage. :-( Both companys should add a plastic bag of holes so drilling holes wouldn't be necessary.
Got two families disaster survival kits for Christmas (I know, not real personal, but darn useful if you need one) and included with each kit is a plastic toilet seat to put on their 5-gal bucket (for obvious sanitary reasons if your water service is interrupted). Instead of ordering the more expensive, plain-vanilla bucket from the prepper company, I ordered two of these because they were slightly less expensive, are a bright orange, and they say "Lets DO this" on the side. Couldn't pass 'em up!
These buckets are great. You can't beat a good bucket (unless of course you are a drummer). And they are orange too! You can fill them up with stuff and then dump them out. They're great. If your bedroom has an Autumn motif, might I suggest you turn over a bucket, thus making a terrific night stand. If I were you I would order ten thousand of these babies, they're worth it.
I spent years of my life looking for "the right bucket". After long last i found it. the bucket of my dreams. It was round, and orange. It held stuff just as ide hoped. It held water, it held sand. It is "the bucket". No one can compair to my bucket. We just finished our family photos (me and the bucket). Thank you home depot for making the magic of "the bucket" happen.
Well, they are buckets. They do what they are supposed to do & the price was good. At $7.02 for a 3-pack of buckets, they are cheaper than the $2.78 5-gal grey bucket at Lowe's, & the blue buckets at Wal-Mart. The 98-cent orange lids are sturdier than the thinner & more expensive grey lid at Lowe's & the white lid at Wal-Mart.
I made the mistake of picking up 5 buckets at Lowes because of convenience (my porcelain and grout was purchased there). EVERY Lowes bucket either split at the bottom or on the sides during the mixing of mortar and grout. NONE of the replacement HD buckets split! The HD buckets are far superior!