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Clean Cubes

Clean Cubes are attractive, disposable trash and recycle bins. They can be set up in less than a minute and are great for parties. Clean Cubes provide a simple and sanitary approach to trash disposal and recycling. They are leak-resistant and be can used just like a regular recycle bin. When the Clean Cube is full, just dispose of the entire Clean Cube!

We used these at Madison’s First Communion party. They are awesome. It took us no time to set up them up, and they were beyond easy to dispose of when full. They look a whole lot better than trash cans all over the yard. Best of all, Clean Cubes and all of its components are biodegradable.

If you are having a party, you need Clean Cubes!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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