How messy is your car? Don't worry, we won't judge — ours is no better. If you are, in fact, like us, it's probably high time you tidied up the interior of your ride, and the Hotor Car Trash Can is the solution you need. And right now, it's sale for $8 (down from $14!).
A water- and leak-proof design means you don't need to worry about anything icky dripping onto your floor mats. Alternatively, you can use this as an in-car organizer for accessories and other supplies.
Normally, this little trash can goes for $14. But right now it's an irresistible $8 — roughly the cost of lunch at your favorite drive-through.
Why do I need this?
Finally, a place to toss the litter strewn on your floors and in your seat wells, as well as to secure the stuff you don't want to throw away, thanks to the pockets on each side. Did we mention it's completely waterproof andthe bestselling product in its category, with over 31,000 five-star fans? The one we're spotlighting has a two-gallon capacity, but if you need a slightly larger option, there's a three-gallon version for a still-pretty-impressive $16.
Cars get messy. That's just how it is, especially if you commute to work every day, and/or like to take the occasional road trip, and/or if you have kids. Far-flung coffee cups, random receipts and sometimes spills find their way into every nook and cranny of your car's interior, eventually turning it into a disaster zone. The Hotor mobile trash can gives you an easy place to dispose of food and empty drinks, while the organizer pockets on its sides can hold tissues, wipes and cleaning supplies to tackle problems fast — before they become a better-left-unknown sticky substance in the bottom of your cup holder.
If you find yourself needing precious interior space for something else, this can folds away for easy storage (just make sure it's empty first). Speaking of which: You can opt to use the Hotor strictly as a storage bin for things like chargers and snacks for long road trips. The inner lining is not only waterproof but easily removable. Just give it a quick toss in the washing machine and it's good as new!
What reviewers say:
The Car Trash Can from Hotor fits almost every type of vehicle. If you're a car buff that wants to keep your baby clean as can be, it's a great help. Taking a long-haul drive up to the mountains? This is the perfect place to keep your trail mix.
Just check out what one happy customer said: "I’ve had this for a year and I love it! it may look small, but I fit two grocery bags' worth of trash in this little can! I appreciate the adjustable straps on it as well, so I could perfectly fit it in my car. My only complaint is that I wish they sold the trash liners that originally come with it separately, as I’d buy more of them! However, I’ve just been using it without a liner since I ran out and I haven’t had any leaks or accidents at all."
"I tried three different car trash cans and this one fit my needs perfectly. It looks good too. The bag blends right into my black interior so it isn’t obvious. I hang it off the back of the center console and is long enough to hang below the air conditioning vent for the back seat of my Honda CRV. My dog really appreciate that!" testified another.
One final customer commented: "This is the perfect-sized trash bin for a car. I absolutely love it, only downside is it only comes with a few bags. Other than that, perfect buy for a loved one or self."
Best of all, the car trash can is on sale in over 20 colors and patterns that range from subdued to eye-popping. Find the one that best fits your style, but be aware that some colors aren't as deeply discounted as basic black.
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