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Camco 43961 Cabinet Mount Trashcan 3 quart – Pretty good. If there were a lot of better

Thought this was a bit too expensive for what it is. But it just the size i needed and works well. I used 3m adhesive strips instead of the provided screws.

Bought two of these: one to put in the bathroom, one to hang on the wall under our desk. In a small condo, saving every bit of space is imperative. With cats, having a closed trash can helps immensely. Having one that mounts to the wall – so the little beasties can’t/don’t jump into the can, or knock it over to play with the wadded paper balls (what we call trash), is even more helpful 🙂 just got these, haven’t even hung them yet, but can already tell that they are the solution we needed and wanted. As other reviewers noted, these are small, but for a bathroom or a desk area – where we mostly toss out small post it notes, etc. Fair price given that finding these kinds of solutions is difficult. Also, having them mounted on the wall and/or cabinet will make vacuuming and mopping a tad bit easier which is never a bad thing. 11these have been installed for about a month or so, and so far are holding up well. Very easy to empty: the lid just lifts off, remove the bag, and you’re done. We’re very happy with our decision to purchase these. And they *have* made cleaning easier as we suspected.

We have a small travel trailer and needed a trash can in the bathroom, but one that would not take up floor space. The bathroom has a small closet and the trash can fit just fine mounted on the inside of the closet door. It is out of the way and we don’t bump into it. The way it is mounted, you need to use plastic store bags in it to make it easy to empty the trash. Here are the specifications for the Camco 43961 Cabinet Mount Trashcan 3 quart:

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  • Perfect for tight spaces in an RV
  • Mounts to wall or inside cabinet to help save space
  • Spring lid to contain trash
  • Installation hardware included
  • Stays in place when traveling

I bought this for my rv, but ended up buying more because they were great to hang inside my bathroom cabinets for a regular bathroom trash can. They’re light, can use a plastic grocery bag as a liner, provide trash ‘privacy’, and leave my bathroom floor empty for ease in quick clean ups.

Great for hanging on laundry closet wall or other small spaces. I purchased this to install on the wall of my laundry closet to throw away lint and other items i find in our pockets. All hardware was included, my husband installed it on our wall in minutes. It’s very easy to remove the lid and the unit from the wall in order to empty it, and then reattach. The white is very clean looking and the plastic is easy to wipe down (it gets dusty from the lint, both on the inside and outside).

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Great for hanging on laundry closet wall or other small spaces
  • Compact trash can
  • Pretty good. If there were a lot of better

Thought this was a bit too expensive for what it is. But it just the size i needed and works well. I used 3m adhesive strips instead of the provided screws.

Bought two of these: one to put in the bathroom, one to hang on the wall under our desk. In a small condo, saving every bit of space is imperative. With cats, having a closed trash can helps immensely. Having one that mounts to the wall – so the little beasties can’t/don’t jump into the can, or knock it over to play with the wadded paper balls (what we call trash), is even more helpful 🙂 just got these, haven’t even hung them yet, but can already tell that they are the solution we needed and wanted. As other reviewers noted, these are small, but for a bathroom or a desk area – where we mostly toss out small post it notes, etc. Fair price given that finding these kinds of solutions is difficult. Also, having them mounted on the wall and/or cabinet will make vacuuming and mopping a tad bit easier which is never a bad thing. 11these have been installed for about a month or so, and so far are holding up well. Very easy to empty: the lid just lifts off, remove the bag, and you’re done. We’re very happy with our decision to purchase these. And they *have* made cleaning easier as we suspected.

I recently renovated my tiny kitchen by basically miniaturizing everything, smaller appliances, smaller sink, and my sink cabinet shrunk from 27′ to 21′ wide. I was very happy until i realized that there is no wallmount kitchen trashcan that would fit inside. I looked everywhere online, considered diy and was at the point of giving up when, upon googling ‘tiny wallmount trash can,’ i came upon this product. It is tiny, and i highly recommend anyone concerned about its size get out a measuring tape and visualize the limited volume this bin can hold. It is also overpriced for what it is, but it is sturdy and works well. I generally don’t like swing-top lids, but this one has a spring so that the lid snaps back to the close position, which i like. The cover fits securely on the base yet comes off easily when you are ready to empty it. The trash can fits on the backing (the part that gets screwed in) via two small knobs on the backing that get stuck into two holes on the back of the trash can. This fits securely, too, but because of the space between the trash can and the backing, the trash can can rock forward and backward, which i don’t like, but i’ve gotten used to it.

I have a very small vanity where every inch needs to be utilized because i have too much ‘chick stuff’. I’d been keeping a small trash bin under the recessed vanity but my elderly dog has suddenly decided there’s no can he can’t stick his head into/knock over. So, by mounting this i’d free up floor space and potentially keep my poor dog from choking to death, the rascalthe good:takes up very little space; can be hung inside a cabinet, recessed built-in, wall mounted, etc. All hardware, including screws, is included. The tight lid (see below) keeps contents secure. The bad:the ‘swing top’ lid is high tension; it doesn’t swing per se. Rather it’s more of a ‘push on’ lid. So whatever is in your hand–should it be kinda messy–will potentially end up all over the lid unless you’re really carefulthey should more accurately call this a tissue bin. The shiny white plastic is hard to keep clean; just because it holds trash doesn’t mean it should look dirty. The ugly:there’s no reason this should be priced so high; because it is niche marketed to rvers they’ve just tacked on $$$the wall mount isn’t terribly secure. Mine wobbles a bit on the mounting plate; there’s no fear it’ll fall off, but it’s a tad loose. You must use a liner for easy removal. I use plastic grocery sacks vs the proper 4 gallon liners; i’d prefer a mount that allowed the entire can to be easily slid out.

I bought this for my rv, but ended up buying more because they were great to hang inside my bathroom cabinets for a regular bathroom trash can. They’re light, can use a plastic grocery bag as a liner, provide trash ‘privacy’, and leave my bathroom floor empty for ease in quick clean ups.

I have a very small vanity where every inch needs to be utilized because i have too much ‘chick stuff’. I’d been keeping a small trash bin under the recessed vanity but my elderly dog has suddenly decided there’s no can he can’t stick his head into/knock over. So, by mounting this i’d free up floor space and potentially keep my poor dog from choking to death, the rascalthe good:takes up very little space; can be hung inside a cabinet, recessed built-in, wall mounted, etc. All hardware, including screws, is included. The tight lid (see below) keeps contents secure. The bad:the ‘swing top’ lid is high tension; it doesn’t swing per se. Rather it’s more of a ‘push on’ lid. So whatever is in your hand–should it be kinda messy–will potentially end up all over the lid unless you’re really carefulthey should more accurately call this a tissue bin. The shiny white plastic is hard to keep clean; just because it holds trash doesn’t mean it should look dirty. The ugly:there’s no reason this should be priced so high; because it is niche marketed to rvers they’ve just tacked on $$$the wall mount isn’t terribly secure. Mine wobbles a bit on the mounting plate; there’s no fear it’ll fall off, but it’s a tad loose. You must use a liner for easy removal. I use plastic grocery sacks vs the proper 4 gallon liners; i’d prefer a mount that allowed the entire can to be easily slid out.

If there were a lot of better. If there were a lot of better options, it might be 4 stars, but they get the extra star for being the most easily found solution to my problem. Problem is my dog eats trash when home alone. His particular favorite is bathroom trash. And sometimes i forget to shut the bathroom door before i leave. I got a simple human step to open can, which he has now mastered. I don’t like bathroom trash in my kitchen, the only other covered trash. I can’t remember how i stumbled across this camco wall mount trash can but i’m glad i did.

Great for hanging on laundry closet wall or other small spaces. I purchased this to install on the wall of my laundry closet to throw away lint and other items i find in our pockets. All hardware was included, my husband installed it on our wall in minutes. It’s very easy to remove the lid and the unit from the wall in order to empty it, and then reattach. The white is very clean looking and the plastic is easy to wipe down (it gets dusty from the lint, both on the inside and outside).

We have a small travel trailer and needed a trash can in the bathroom, but one that would not take up floor space. The bathroom has a small closet and the trash can fit just fine mounted on the inside of the closet door. It is out of the way and we don’t bump into it. The way it is mounted, you need to use plastic store bags in it to make it easy to empty the trash.

Use it by my changing table. I use cloth diapers, but hadn’t yet made the switch to cloth wipes. So i needed somewhere for those nasty boogers to go and here i found my solution. Mounted easily to the wall next to our changing table. The lid comes off a little easier than i want it to but it works for what i need it to.

I recently renovated my tiny kitchen by basically miniaturizing everything, smaller appliances, smaller sink, and my sink cabinet shrunk from 27′ to 21′ wide. I was very happy until i realized that there is no wallmount kitchen trashcan that would fit inside. I looked everywhere online, considered diy and was at the point of giving up when, upon googling ‘tiny wallmount trash can,’ i came upon this product. It is tiny, and i highly recommend anyone concerned about its size get out a measuring tape and visualize the limited volume this bin can hold. It is also overpriced for what it is, but it is sturdy and works well. I generally don’t like swing-top lids, but this one has a spring so that the lid snaps back to the close position, which i like. The cover fits securely on the base yet comes off easily when you are ready to empty it. The trash can fits on the backing (the part that gets screwed in) via two small knobs on the backing that get stuck into two holes on the back of the trash can. This fits securely, too, but because of the space between the trash can and the backing, the trash can can rock forward and backward, which i don’t like, but i’ve gotten used to it.

Use it by my changing table. I use cloth diapers, but hadn’t yet made the switch to cloth wipes. So i needed somewhere for those nasty boogers to go and here i found my solution. Mounted easily to the wall next to our changing table. The lid comes off a little easier than i want it to but it works for what i need it to.

If there were a lot of better. If there were a lot of better options, it might be 4 stars, but they get the extra star for being the most easily found solution to my problem. Problem is my dog eats trash when home alone. His particular favorite is bathroom trash. And sometimes i forget to shut the bathroom door before i leave. I got a simple human step to open can, which he has now mastered. I don’t like bathroom trash in my kitchen, the only other covered trash. I can’t remember how i stumbled across this camco wall mount trash can but i’m glad i did.