Kitchen Trash Cans

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

It may not be the most attractive piece of kitchen utility, but a kitchen trash can is still one of the most utilized and therefore most necessary pieces of equipment in your kitchen. Trash, such as an empty box of cereal, a teabag, used paper towel, egg shells, broccoli stems, banana peelings, milk and coffee cartons all ultimately end up in the kitchen trash container.

Kitchen trash cans should be tough, easy to use and attractive at the same time. Trash cans made of stainless steel materials are among the most popularly used, primarily because they are easy to clean. Such kitchen trash containers can look great in a contemporary kitchen, are very durable, and almost maintenance-free. They are available in a variety of sizes and styles. Most stainless steel trash cans come with colorful plastic inserts to go with the overall look of any kitchen. They are also perfect for use in bathrooms.

If you want a more bucolic look, then go for kitchen trash cans made of woven straw, which are perfect for kitchens with country-casual themes. These trash cans look great, but they have one big inconvenience; they need more care and attention to their stainless steel counterparts. More often than not, you need to cover them with a plastic trash bag if only to preserve their original look, and air them out regularly because they tend to absorb and retain odor.

If you want a discreet kitchen trash can, go for the cans that can be hanged or built into your kitchen bead board. Many hardware stores sell them, but you can also hire a carpenter to make one that is custom fitted to your kitchen.

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