Glad OdorShield® with Gain™
The quality was amazing, they had some stretch, which allowed us to fill them without the worry of tear. They smelled great and were of the same quality that we’ve come to love in the other Glad products.
Thanks BzzAgent for letting me try these great Glad OdorShield® with Gain™ bags out!! There was for sure #JoyInEveryBag!!
Keep your kitchen clean and neutralize odors with bags that combine Glad® OdorShield® and Febreze® Freshness with Gain™ Original Scent.
Provides continuous odor neutralization* and leaves behind the fresh original scent of Gain™
Reinforcing bands help add strength while saving plastic**
Strong drawstring makes closing and carrying easy
Available in 13-gallon size
*Based on Time Lapse Test.
**Compared to a leading branded bag.
Strong and sturdy glad odor shield tall kitchen drawstring trash bags with gain original scent help you avoid trash disasters while febreze freshness neutralizes odors. The unique diamond pattern of the top of the plastic bag stretches to prevent rips. Reinforcing bands in the middle add strength. And the bottom, made with thicker plastic, helps protect against leaks. Go ahead and throw your smelly kitchen trash away without worry and enjoy the clean scent of gain original. When the garbage bag is full, one quick pull of the drawstring, and it’s closed. Grab it by the handles and toss it away with ease. The 13-gallon size fits tall bins. Use these scented bags in the kitchen or in a busy home office. Get a handle on trash with glad.
About The Company:
The Glad brand originated in the United States in 1963 when the owner and CEO of the company, David Darroch, launched “Glad Wrap”, a polyethylene film used as a food wrap. Douglas G. Taylor was transferred that same year from the Union Carbide facility in Pittsburgh, Pa. to spearhead the Glad project. Mr. Taylor headed Sales and Marketing for the Glad products until he was retired from Union Carbide in 1985 after putting together the sale to FirstBrands. At the time of the sale Mr. Taylor was Sr. VP of the Home and Automotive products division as well as the head of STP brands. Douglas G. Taylor died in Hilton Head, SC. August 13, 1996. The brand originally belonged to Union Carbide, but was divested in 1985 to First Brands Corporation in the United States. In 1998, First Brands was acquired by Clorox. In 2002, Clorox allowed Procter & Gamble to buy a 10% share in Glad Products Company, thus making it a joint venture. Three years later, P&G exercised its option under the agreement to increase its ownership to 20%, the maximum allowed under the joint venture agreement. They continue to bring great products to our homes, each and every day!
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