Can I purchase bathroom bins at Spotlight?
Yes, you can. If you are looking for a new bathroom bin, you will find the perfect solution at Spotlight, with one of our bathroom bins or mini-bins. Keep your bathroom looking neat and tidy at all times with one of our stylish bins.
Why should I have a bin in the bathroom?
Having a bin in the bathroom is ideal for getting rid of used bathroom product bottles, such as shampoo or shower gel, discarded soap wrappers, the insides of toilet rolls, and all the other wrapping and items that are associated with bathroom products. Who wants to come into the bathroom to be greeted by a mess of empty bottles, plastic wrapping, or discarded tissues?
No matter how small, most bathrooms or shower rooms have space to put a bin in the room, to keep it looking tidy. If you are short of space, you could also look at our great mini-bins. These are particularly useful for getting rid of small items such as cotton buds, bits of tissue, cotton wool, make-up remover pads and other small items. With a handy flip-top lid they are easy to operate and will keep your bathroom pristine.
Does Spotlight sell other bins too?
Yes, you can find bins for all across the home and even for outside here at Spotlight. We have bins for kitchen waste, recycling bins, bins for use in living rooms, bedrooms and office space, and even storage bins. Browse our range of bins to see the many sizes, styles and designs that are on offer.
What are the bins made of?
Materials vary, so you need to think about the type of waste that you will be using your bin for and choosing the one that will work best. Some bins, such as those made from mesh, can be decorative but not practical for small rubbish such as pencil shavings, fruit peelings or cigarette ash. Using a bin liner may be the way to go if you want to use one of those. Bins with a built-in plastic liner that can be taken out and cleaned are great if you have to get rid of food waste or semi-liquids. Always make sure you do not dispose of hot foods in plastic bins as that can damage the bin. Leave it to cool off before discarding. Bins that need to be kept outdoors have to be made from materials that will withstand rain and cold.