VARIERAPlastic bag dispenser, white


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Keeps your plastic bags in one place and handy for reusing. If you’ve cut down on plastic bags, you can also use it for gift-wrapping, paper rolls, umbrellas, gloves or socks.

Article Number800.102.22

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Ideal for storing things like plastic bags, toilet/kitchen rolls, gloves and socks.

Gathers all your plastic bags in one place so they are easy to access and reuse.

You can easily find and access the perfect bag for your needs, thanks the openings in the dispenser.

Ideal for storing things like gift-wrapping paper rolls, umbrellas, gloves or socks.

Can be mounted inside of your cabinet, out of the way but within easy reach.

Handy when mounted close to your recycling area.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

Article Number800.102.22
  • Polypropylene


    Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Use only water or a non-abrasive detergent.

    Wipe dry with a clean cloth.


Width: 6 1/4 "

Depth: 5 1/8 "

Height: 17 3/4 "

    Plastic bag dispenserArticle Number800.102.22

    Width: 20 "

    Height: ¼ "

    Length: 22 ¾ "

    Weight: 11 oz

    Package(s): 1


Love it!KimLove it!5
This is the 2nd oneDebThis is the 2nd one of these I've purchased.5
Great for more than bagKellyGreat for more than bag storage. Great in the craft room.5
I’ve used these to holdCAROLINEI’ve used these to hold plastic sacks, but bought this one to hold rolls of paper upright and in an organized way. It’s perfect for this use too.5
Perfect as my Christmas wrappingDawnPerfect as my Christmas wrapping paper holder.5
OrganizerNanciI love the sturdiness and the size of this bag holder. Most are so much smaller.5
Would recommendMaritzaWorks perfectly to store plastic bags.5
BEST BAG HOLDER EVERAnaI wish we had this growing up as kids. This is the best thing I think that was made to store bags and not make it look cluttered in my home. It’s especially safe to have around kids and animals. It’s accessible for my son to grab bags and high enough for my daughter not to grab a bag.5
I use it as aCosmaI use it as a vinyl holder and it works perfectly for me :)5
Works perfectly and much neaterHollyWorks perfectly and much neater than how I was storing them before.5
Bag holdercindyIt went together very easily. I love it5
UsefulDianaHolds lots5
I loveAriamI love5
Hay Rack!Nicolette G.These dispensers make THE BEST hay racks for bunnies!5
Like a lot of people,AprilLike a lot of people, I use this for my Cricut vinyl rolls. Bought numerous of these for my daughters who just got Cricuts for Christmas.5
Plastic KeeperMarleneLove it5
Very sturdy. Comes with stripsFLORITAVery sturdy. Comes with strips in the back so you can stick it on a surface.5
Plastic Grocery Bag BinJillLove this! I got a few of them. Put them in the bathrooms where I use the old grocery bags in the small trash cans. The double stick tape didn’t work that great on one of them. But you can also use screws in the hang them up. They simply slide up and down the remove them.5

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