WEBSTER INDUSTRIES WEBSTER INDUSTRIES WBI1DK200 Heavy Duty Trash Bags 13gal .9mil 24.5 X 27 3/8 White 200/box P812080 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/USS/USS-WBI1DK200.jpg WEBSTER INDUSTRIES WBI1DK200 Heavy Duty Trash Bags 13gal .9mil 24.5 X 27 3/8 White 200/box 812080 11.47lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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WEBSTER INDUSTRIES WBI1DK200 Heavy-Duty Trash Bags, 13gal, .9mil, 24.5 X 27 3/8, White, 200/box, Price/BX

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  • Model:
    USS-WBI1DK200     Have Questions ?
  • UPC:
    041215255199
  • List Price:
    $46.87
  • Price:
    $50.26
  • Quantity:
423 In Stock

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Product Description

Price is for BX.

Manufacturer Part Number: WBI1DK200

Convenient drawstring closure keeps hands clean and free from contact with trash. Super hexene low density resins provide superior puncture resistance.

Heavy-duty draw and tie trash bags with super hexene resins are puncture resistance.

Global Product Type: Bags-Waste Can Liner
Application: Can Liner
Capacity Range (Volume) [Max]: 13 gal
Grade: Heavy
Color(s): White
Material(s): Linear Low-Density Resin
Thickness: 0.9 mil
Width: 24 1/2"
Height: 27 3/8"
Closure: Drawstring
Contains: 4 Rolls/50 Bags per Roll
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent: 0%
Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent: 0%
Total Recycled Content Percent: 0%
Special Features: 4 Rolls/50 Bags per Roll

Carton Pack Quantity: 200 EA
Country Of Origin: US
Carton Weight: 10.0 lbs.
UPC: 041215255199
UNSPSC: 47121701

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