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Rubbermaid Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can

The Rubbermaid Roughneck 32-gal. trash can has a bag cinch that holds the can liner bag in place. A lid tether hole allows you to attach the lid to the base of the can to reduce the likelihood of losing the lid. The improved durability of the base allows you to drag the can further.
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Does this item include the lid?

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Curious
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February 2, 2012
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jennshannon
May 22, 2012
yes. Has holes to attach if needed
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Dave
Riverside Ca.
September 25, 2013
yes
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Steve
NJ
April 17, 2012
Yes, Lid is included
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Antoinette
Sioux Falls
April 17, 2012
Yes.
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answer 5
Asked by
Rubbermaid
February 3, 2012
Yes, the # 17780134 32 Gal Refuse Container includes the lid with purchase.

Thank you for your question!
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answer 6
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TomS49
Milford, CT, USA
November 6, 2012
yes it does come with a lid!
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CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
Absolutely
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answer 8
Asked by
silverdevil
FL
May 15, 2012
Yes, lids included.
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answer 9
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Mastadruma
Atlanta
April 3, 2013
YES! Mine all came with the lid included in the price! Such a great deal, right!?
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answer 10
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OCBill3
Northwest PA
October 8, 2013
Yes. The lid is included.
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answer 11
Asked by
oski83
NJ
May 22, 2012
When I bought 2 of them, they did come with lids that lock into place
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Does this have wheels?

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needacan
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November 28, 2011
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answer 1
Asked by
THD Customer Service
November 28, 2011
Needacan,

Thank you for your question. The Rubbermaid Roughneck 32-Gallon Trash Can does not have wheels.
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answer 2
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snowman
December 6, 2011
One model does, one model doesn't have wheels.
The wheeled version has very small wheels (perhaps 2-3" in diameter), so it won't roll over anything except a solid hard surface. That is, it won't roll on grass or soft dirt.
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answer 3
Asked by
BobH
Lexington, KY, USA
November 29, 2011
No
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Asked by
drplanar
Fremont, CA, USA
November 29, 2011
It does not have wheels
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Cindy
Salem, NH, USA
November 29, 2011
No wheels. Basic trash bin
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answer 6
Asked by
Rubbermaid
November 30, 2011
Thank you for asking about our products! Model # 17780134 32 Gal Refuse container does not have wheels.
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answer 7
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CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
In my case - NO.

However they do have a mobile 2 wheels version, which is more expansive.
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answer 8
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Mastadruma
Atlanta
April 3, 2013
This particular model does NOT have wheels. You might want to research a dolly base with wheels that this can could dock on to.
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answer 9
Asked by
ChickenKeeper
Pittsburgh, PA
September 2, 2014
This can does not have wheels.
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answer 10
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
It does not, but Rubbermaid does have a wheeled version for $14.97. It's available at this link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rubbermaid-Roughneck-32-gal-Black-Wheeled-Trash-Can-FG5H9848BLA/202206329#.UmaDN_msi-0.
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Is this an outdoor garbage can?

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Gerry
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February 21, 2013
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answer 1
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CHRISTINE
Kearny, NJ, USA
May 6, 2014
We use and store ours outside.
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answer 2
Asked by
Rubbermaid
February 25, 2013
The Rubbermaid 1778013 trash can is an outdoor trash can.
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answer 3
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TomS49
Milford, CT, USA
February 25, 2013
Yes it is an outdoor garbage can. You could use it for a building or warehouse for indoor use. Other than that, use it for outdoor weekly trash pick up.
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answer 4
Asked by
Hejoanne
February 21, 2013
YEs
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answer 5
Asked by
bwil7105
Kelso,WA
February 21, 2013
It could be, but the lid snaps on and is not held in place by anything so it could fly off during a wind storm.
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answer 6
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Mastadruma
Atlanta
April 3, 2013
I can be, it's sturdy enough! Also good for in your garage!
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answer 7
Asked by
ChickenKeeper
Pittsburgh, PA
September 2, 2014
Yes, this can works for outdoor use.
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answer 8
Asked by
Panda
East Coast
October 8, 2013
Most definetly...
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answer 9
Asked by
Lanlord1976
November 19, 2013
Yes
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answer 10
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
This ultimately depends on where you live. If you live near a wooded area with a lot of critters nearby, this can isn't likely to do a good job keeping animals out of your trash. The lid is pretty easy to open with one hand, and my kids (4 and 6 years old) can easily get the lid off.
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What size bag fits this can?

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Retired
Centerville, GA
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September 23, 2011
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Asked by
Satisfied1
Long Island, New York, USA
November 12, 2011
32 gallon or larger. Though, with larger bags, you won't be able to fill the bag all the way while it's in the can.
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answer 2
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SavageWarlord
September 23, 2011
32-Gallon Trash bag
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answer 3
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HoustonianP
Houston
November 1, 2011
I use Husky 39-gallon drawstring bags and they fits perfectly. Very easy to put on.
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answer 4
Asked by
Cindy
Salem, NH, USA
November 29, 2011
32 gallon trash bags. its a standard trash can
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answer 5
Asked by
Rubbermaid
October 7, 2011
Thank you for your interest in our products.

This refuse container will take a 33 gal bag.
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answer 6
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CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
I use something like 26" x 33" .
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answer 7
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Mastadruma
Atlanta
April 3, 2013
I found that the 33 gallon bags work the best!
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answer 8
Asked by
movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
I've been using 55 gallon trash bags, both regular use and thicker, contractor bags. Both fit nicely.
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CAN THIS BE PICKED FROM THE LOCAL STORE AT THE SAME PRICE? THANKS.

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RUBEN
COVINA, CALIFORNIA
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September 22, 2011
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answer 1
Asked by
onegardener
southern california
October 18, 2011
No, you should wait for a sale if you don't need it immediately. Look online.
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SavageWarlord
September 23, 2011
Of coarse they can.
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HoustonianP
Houston
November 1, 2011
I ordered online and select the free in-store pickup option.
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Cindy
Salem, NH, USA
November 29, 2011
I bought these online and picked them up at my Local store. So I would say yes! I paid $9.95 online and the pick up was free.
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answer 5
Asked by
Yarddog1
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
October 27, 2011
It was advertised in Home Depot flyers for the same price. I was not too smart to purchase it on the internet. Could just walk in to Home Depot and purchase it.
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CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
I doubt very much (unless it is a "hot" staff).

A local store would probably pay more to acquire this product, than the selling price at The Home Depot franchises (due to the ordered volume).
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answer 7
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
Yes it can!
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How can I secure the lid to keep animals out. It was easy on the old model with locking handles.

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Tom
Cincinnati
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August 15, 2013
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Dave
Riverside Ca.
September 25, 2013
to the right of the handles there a slot were you can put a spongy cord over the lid it should keep out most small animals, a bear may be
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answer 2
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OCBill3
Northwest PA
October 8, 2013
There are holes in the lid for attaching it to the can. A small bungee cord on each side would keep out smaller animals but a determined raccoon or something bigger will probably be able to get in. If that is the case I'd recommend getting a sturdier, more secure model or keeping the cans in a secure area or in a securable container. Raccoon and bear problems have led many people here in our rural area to use containers. They range from simple DIY plywood projects to sturdier and more appealing models made from treated wood, etc. Good luck.
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answer 3
Asked by
viva
Georgia, USA
October 8, 2013
Just assure that you snap it down securely.
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answer 4
Asked by
Rubbermaid
August 16, 2013
In order to deter animals from bothering your can, the food odor must be overpowered. Here are some suggestions that you may try:

1. Place rags soaked with ammonia inside the unit.
2. Place socks filled with mothballs inside the unit. Caution: Mothballs are toxic when ingested and may kill birds.
3. Rub cayenne pepper onto the unit
4. Rub Capsaicin (arthritis cream) onto the unit
5. Many companies, such as American Natural Products Co, offer deer and squirrel repellent sprays. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use.
6. Make your own repellent by mixing one small bottle of hot pepper sauce, one gallon of water and one tsp of mild liquid detergent such as dishwashing detergent. Spray this onto the product.
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answer 5
Asked by
huahui
MD
September 24, 2013
you can lock the lid by pushing down untill you hear a click and it will prevent the animal to get inside the trash can.
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answer 6
Asked by
Panda
East Coast
October 8, 2013
bread bag ties
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answer 7
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
I'd say if you're looking to keep animals out of your trash, that you should invest in a model with locking handles. My kids (4 and 6) have no problem opening the lid, and I can get it open with one hand. It's not likely to do a good job keeping animals out.
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Can I get replacement lids?

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Bob
Temple City, CA
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November 11, 2012
The winds blew our lids away, and we nee replacements (6).
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Asked by
KnowWhentoFold
Aberdeen, Washington
January 14, 2014
you cannot buy replacements. Next time you buy trash cans with lids that can blow away, you'll probably run a loop of cord connecting the lid and can. For now, you've got an open top can that you can cover with a few layers of shade cloth or landscaping fabric after which you can leave it out to collect rainwater for your garden. Or you have a nice large planter for potatoes, etc.
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answer 2
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TomS49
Milford, CT, USA
November 12, 2012
Yes you can. They do have extra lids along side of the garbage cans that you mentioned.
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Mastadruma
Atlanta
April 3, 2013
YES! Most, if not all, the lids at Home Depot will fit!
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Asked by
xwhipkey
Lake Elsinore
October 22, 2013
Bob, contact the company that made the cans and order replacements. My brother has done this in the past. Its about 5 bucks a lid.
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Asked by
Rubbermaid
November 13, 2012
Lids for this can are sold by Rubbermaid. Contact them at 888-895-2110. You will need the part number from the inside of the lid or bottom of the can to identify which lid is needed.
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Jeff
Phelan
November 13, 2012
Only from the manufacturer with the correct model number.
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Does the garbage can come fully stocked with cold beer?

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Sharky
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January 1, 2014
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Asked by
KnowWhentoFold
Aberdeen, Washington
January 14, 2014
Yes, but only in a parallel world.
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answer 2
Asked by
Chas
April 29, 2014
No, but you can put ice and beer in it!
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answer 3
Asked by
Tyrone
Philadelphia
January 14, 2014
that would be nice, but the answer is no...
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Asked by
Lanlord1976
January 23, 2014
Unfortunately no :)
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answer 5
Asked by
Hanzel
March 25, 2014
Shure! but it has an additional charge
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answer 6
Asked by
SupremeRulerOfMultiverse
April 29, 2014
Sure it does, but it is concentrated. You just need to add 3 cases of any beer, 4 big bags of ice, put the top on and set your timer for an hour. The cold beer will magically appear. you can repeat this process for the life on the can, and cold beer will continue to magically appear as long as the steps are followed closely.
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is this 32 gal trash can the most likely most used?

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Joanie
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October 3, 2011
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answer 1
Asked by
Duke
Ellenwood, GA, USA
October 11, 2011
For bagging up leaves.
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answer 2
Asked by
THDCustomerService
Atlanta, GA
October 11, 2011
Hi Joanie,

Thank you for your question.

Yes ,the 32 Gal size is the most common refuse size. This model is also the bestselling can in the Home Depot refuse Line up.

Hope this information was helpful.
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answer 3
Asked by
HoustonianP
Houston
November 1, 2011
Yes, as it's covered snugly and big enough to last half a week or more.
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answer 4
Asked by
Dave
Riverside Ca.
September 25, 2013
yes ,some trash company will not let you use 45 gal. to much weight
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answer 5
Asked by
Yarddog1
Gaithersburg, MD, USA
October 27, 2011
It is one of the 7 trash cans I have. Could use it anytime I need to. Couldn't say it to be the most likely most used.
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Does the wheeled version cost the same price?

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Temecula
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January 20, 2012
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January 25, 2012
Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. The wheeled version of model 17780134
Internet # 100656030 is priced slightly higher than the standard version. The model number for that option is FG5H9848BLA, Store SKU # 185722. This version is an in store exclusive and can be purchased at your local Home Depot stores.

I hope this helps!
To locate a store near you, please click on the “store locator” found on the top of each page. If you have any additional questions or need assistance placing an online order, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
Thanks!
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answer 2
Asked by
CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
Since I am not a free loader - I would say 50% more expensive.
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answer 3
Asked by
xwhipkey
Lake Elsinore
October 22, 2013
No way. The wheeled costs average 5 to 10 bucks more.
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Asked by
Joanie
Drexel Hill, Pa
October 15, 2013
Wheeled version costs more- this is a very basic can with lid,
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Asked by
movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
No, the wheeled version costs $14.97 versus this one, which costs $9.97.

Here's a link to the wheeled version: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rubbermaid-Roughneck-32-gal-Black-Wheeled-Trash-Can-FG5H9848BLA/202206329#.UmaB6_msi-0
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what is the warranty on the trash can?

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Becca's grandpa
glendora, ca
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January 19, 2012
dioes the trash cans have a lifetime warranty?
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Asked by
Rubbermaid
January 20, 2012
Thank you for your interest in Rubbermaid Refuse Containers. Warranty information is typically found on the "More Information" tab on the Home Depot website. You may also find detailed warranty information on a specific product at www.rubbermaid.com.

The Roughneck Trash cans carry a 10 year warranty from date of purchase. Proof of purchase validating the date of purchase is required, so be sure to retain your dated sales receipt.
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answer 2
Asked by
KnowWhentoFold
Aberdeen, Washington
January 14, 2014
somewhat less than a million minutes.
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answer 3
Asked by
CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
No, there is quite substantial daily / weekly wear and tear related to the
- trash storage conditions and its weight / volume
- daily handling of the can by the owners / tenants
- subject to the outdoor placement and climate conditions
- handling of trash can by the City's Sanitation personnel
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
The trash can has a Rubbermaid Roughneck 10-Year Limited Warranty.
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whats the hight and width of the trash can

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mary
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December 7, 2011
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Asked by
Rubbermaid
December 8, 2011
Thank you for your question!

The #17780134 32 Gal Refuse Container is 22" Wide and 28.5" high. Hope that helps!
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answer 2
Asked by
Dave
Riverside Ca.
September 25, 2013
20 1/2 in top opening
27 1/2 from ground to the top of can with Lid off
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answer 3
Asked by
CaringLandlord
Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, NY, USA
May 8, 2012
Off hand I would say:
. 28" high (about)
. 24" diameter (the upper part)
. 16"-17" diameter at the base
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movieking80
Nazareth
October 22, 2013
The height is 28.5 inches and the width is 22 inches. The depth is 26 inches.
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How to secure this trash can so it will last as long as possible when you live in high temperature locations (like Houston, TX)?

Asked by
sbstelecom
Houston, TX
about Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can on
October 23, 2013
I want to keep my can as long as possible and I see in different reviews about it not holding up in hot weather conditions.
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answer 1
Asked by
THDCustomerService
Atlanta, GA
November 14, 2013
Hi Sbstelecom,

Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily.
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answer 2
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CHRISTINE
May 6, 2014
We store ours in the garage and it seems to extend the life.
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answer 3
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Tyrone
Philadelphia
January 14, 2014
so far, so good
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Will a Keg fit in it?

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sarah
chicago
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June 12, 2014
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Asked by
travelingypsey
July 29, 2014
SHOULD FIT
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answer 2
Asked by
coletrane
New York, USA
Home Improvement Profile: DIYer
June 13, 2014
Yes. And you will have plenty of room for ice.
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Asked by
MEFR
Massachusetts, USA
July 1, 2014
Yes, a standard 1/2 keg (15.5 gallons) will fit perfectly (just a little wiggle room in the bottom, plenty of room for ice on the sides). If you drill a hole in the lid, a standard tap pump handle will just stick through...I'm convinced they actually designed this for that purpose. It's too flimsy to slide once it's full of beer and ice, so I put it on a dolly before throwing the keg in to make it easier to move.
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Is this trash can made in America?

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CCWP
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July 7, 2014
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answer 1
Asked by
Rubbermaid
July 10, 2014
Thank you for inquiring about the Rubbermaid 5H38 refuse container. It is made in Kansas.
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answer 2
Asked by
roufesd
Cartersville Ga.
August 26, 2014
yes
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coletrane
New York, USA
Home Improvement Profile: DIYer
July 8, 2014
Yes. Rubbermaid is an American manufacturer.
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what production method is used to make this can ? Extruded or Cast ?

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monty
about Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can on
May 17, 2012
The reason I ask is because I want to use two of them for my ro/di water system and don't want any chemical leaching into my reef water. Thanks
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Asked by
Rubbermaid
May 22, 2012
This refuse container is injection molded.

Thank you for your question!
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Jeff
Phelan
October 16, 2012
To be perfectly safe from leaching chemicals you should use a food grade plastic.
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Where are the lids?

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Lynn
Akron, NY
about Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can on
June 30, 2014
I just received my 2-pack of roughneck 32 gal trash cans and the lids are not in the box? Do they arrive separately or were they suppose to be in box?? What do I do? Please advise.
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CHRISTINE
Kearny, NJ, USA
July 1, 2014
I purchased these online with a store pickup and the lids came with the trash cans. You will need to either call customer service or go to the store directly with your receipt and see if they can help you.
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Jerimiah
Home Improvement Profile: DIYer
July 1, 2014
I bought mine in the store and the lids were stacked right next to the cans. I dont know about when they are shipped to a residence/ Sorry.
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Need lid to 32 gal rubbermaid trash can

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betty
Pikesville, MD
about Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can on
June 26, 2014
Have the can, but squirrels ate some of the lid
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ChickenKeeper
Pittsburgh, PA
September 2, 2014
The lids are not sold separately, they come as part of the 'unit' with the can. However, it may be worth asking if your local Home Depot store has extra lids floating around.
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Rubbermaid
July 1, 2014
Thank you for inquiring about the 5H98 refuse container. Please contact Rubbermaid at 888-895-2110 regarding replacement parts.
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What material is it made of? Can it be used as a brine tank?

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hoover
schererville indiana
about Roughneck 32 gal. Black Trash Can on
August 10, 2014
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roufesd
Cartersville Ga.
August 26, 2014
no it is for trash
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Rubbermaid
September 3, 2014
Thank you for your interest in our trash cans. They are designed for storing and organizing household trash. They are not designed or intended for use as a brine tank.
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