Muriel Wiener, one of New York’s most successful executives in the promotional advertising business, has made a career out of developing new concepts for both things that people know they want and for things they never realized they needed.
While recuperating from an accident that was so serious, she could barely see (even her eyeglasses didn’t help much), for the first time in her life, she needed help in the house. And, during the course of her daily activities, this misguided helper committed what for Muriel was the unimaginable…she stuffed a grocery bag into the waste basket
Even with limited vision and broken glasses she could see that there was a grocery bag in the waste basket, but something red and black was in the bottom, pretty; however, in Muriel’s house a grocery bag in the trash is a definite no-no. Upon further investigation she saw it was a logo. Outrage set in, but then came the idea. Put a pretty pattern on the inside of biodegradable plastic bag, or a logo and “dress the mess”.
Thus designerliners was conceived. If our paper towels have a pretty print and they get thrown out immediately, then the waste basket liner should be shown the same respect.
When I first heard of DesignerLiners the thought that crossed my mind was genius. I am one of those people who reuse grocery bags in my garbage’s in my office and washroom (I’m sure Muriel is cringing at the thought) but I always hated how cheap and ugly it looked.
Now with DesignerLiners you have a cute look that compliments your waste basket. There are patterns work with any room. My favorite print is the Black Leopard print. It would look beautiful in my office and would match my decor in my bedroom (I’m a big animal print fan).
My waste basket in my office is on the larger side and my DesignerLiners fit no problem, with room to spare. They hold a lot (which is a necessity for my office) and I’m not constantly having to empty.
Another great feature about DesignerLiners is that the bags themselves are biodegradable. You are able to recycle these liners and are fully biodegradable in 9 months to five years.
For more information on DesignerLiners and how you can “dress the mess” visit the DesignerLiners website.
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