Suncast Outdoor Trash Can, 33 Gallon

Last updated date: December 30, 2020

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Suncast Outdoor Trash Can, 33 Gallon

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We looked at the top Outdoor Garbage Bins and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Outdoor Garbage Bin you should buy.

Update as December 30, 2020:
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Overall Take

Keep your backyard clean and free of debris with the Suncast Outdoor Trash Can, 33 Gallon. The durable resin is waterproof and won't rust over time. In addition to the easy-to-use hinged lid, the garbage can has a latch to keep it closed, so you don't have to worry about animals getting in to your trash at night.

In our analysis of 70 expert reviews, the Suncast Outdoor Trash Can, 33 Gallon placed 7th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

View larger Features: Latching lid. Uses standard 30-33 gallon garbage bags. Long-lasting resin construction. Easy 5-minute, tool-free assembly. (Conditions apply, kindly contact customer care/website for further information). Complete Your Space With Coordinating Products From Suncast: BMWB5000 – Loveseat with Storage. BMDB3010 – Coffee Table with Storage. BMDB1310 – End Table with Storage. Explore More Products From Suncast: RSW125 – Aquawinder Hose Reel. BMS6810 – Everett Storage Shed. DCCW3000 – Resin Wicker Cooler. DBW9935 – Resin Rattan Deck Box. Also from Suncast: You take pride in creating a beautiful environment. We take pride in helping you keep it that way. Discover the storage option that’s right for you. With sheds and deck boxes in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles, we’ve got you covered. Add tasteful and functional accessories to complete your space, and you’ll have everything you need to create a beautiful—and perfectly organized—environment, inside and out.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

17 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

3,448 user reviews

What experts liked

It can be assembled within 5 minutes without any additional equipment.
- Home Gear Kit
The unit is cleverly designed and efficient enough to help keep your patio or backyard as clean as possible. It is a must-have for anyone who loves the environment and wants to keep it organized.
- Top Guide Pro
The product is made using durable resin material that gives it a sturdy construction. It also features a stay-dry design that never gets wet even during the rainy season.
- Easy Get Product
Although they used this trash can on the patio, they were happy that it was able to keep animals out of their garbage. They felt that although it is plastic, it was very sturdy and it was easy to put together.
- What The Whiz
This trash can has a durable and a contemporary design which looks attractive in your patio or backyard. On top of that, it features a latching lid which helps in keeping the animals away.
- Top Best 10 Reviews
Lid with lock ensures it is ideal for outdoor use without worrying about critters and other creatures
- Top 5 Reviews
It has a latching lid that keeps the liter intact all the time.
- The Z8
It is not expensive since with only $39 you can have it. The product is durable and long lasting with contemporary design.
- Thesatmag Reviews
The Suncast Resin Wicker Trash Hideaway has a solid bottom panel and a latching lid that will keep everything in its place – if you have a particularly strong or energetic dog, for example, even if it finds a way to tip the container over, there will be no spilled trash.
- New World Climate
It's built from resin with a lid that latches closed, and is capacious and sturdy enough to hold up to 33 gallons.
- Wiki EZ Vid
The water-resistant design comes with a latching lid to keep waste in and pets out. This stylish yet functional waste bin will hold up 30-33 gallons of waste at a single time so it is perfect for large areas that quickly accumulate trash.
- Waste Disposal Reviews
It has a latching lid opens easily to give the user access to the bin.
- Avozee
This little storage box offers a stylish way to keep your trash bins out of sight. It boasts a contemporary design to suit most decors and features durable and long lasting resin construction for years of dependable outdoor use.
- Family Living Today
The best thing about this trash box is its looks. Being mocha in color, and having the ability to match it with other outdoor furnishings like their Hose Reel and Deck Box the Suncast Mocha Trash Box becomes an attractive addition to your outdoor area.
- Pool for thought
The trash can relies on garbage liners that can hold 30 to 33 liters of trash. So, it is more than capable of storing all your trash until it is cleared out.
- Furry Tips
It has long lasting resin construction.
- Trash Can Reviews

What experts didn't like

The inside design in aggressive and can tear the garbage bag.
- Home Gear Kit
Of the people who didn't like the product, the most common complaints or concerns touch on the temperamental latching system. They also pointed out that the inside of the can will cause the bags to rip.
- What The Whiz
It is a bit heavy
- Top Best 10 Reviews
Taking the trash bag out of the receptacle is a big struggle, especially when the bag is full.
- Top 5 Reviews
Interior can snag or tear bags.
- Wiki EZ Vid
Small pegs on the flip cover can be broken easily. Should have been made more durable.
- Pool for thought
The only thing to be mindful of is some of the internal features. These can rip your garbage bags if you try to pull them out too roughly.
- Furry Tips

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Vicki Liston 
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Vicki Liston writes, produces, and narrates “On The Fly…DIY,” an award-winning home improvement and DIY show of unique project tutorials for the casual DIY’er.

Home improvement and all things DIY have been Liston’s passion since she bought her first house in 2007 and she started making video blogs in 2014. She’s performed hundreds of DIY projects, from small ones to major, wall-smashing renovations and can teach you how to make a trendy DIY barn door for cheap. The proceeds earned from “On The Fly…DIY” are donated to no-kill animal shelters and rescue organizations. You can find her show on Prime Video.

An Overview On Outdoor Garbage Bins

There’s no escaping it. Whether you live in a large home or a small apartment, you’re going to have trash. Outdoor garbage bins are essential for keeping trash organized and safe from critters.

Home expert Vicki Liston warns that “purchasing a garbage bin is not as straightforward and simple as you might expect.” The guide below will help you determine which outdoor garbage bin is perfect for your needs.

Start off determining what size trash can you need.

“Choose an appropriate bin size based on the number of members in your household, so you aren’t unnecessarily lugging a burdensome can to the curb or dealing with a can that is overflowing halfway through the week,” says Liston.

There are smaller bins that hold around 23 gallons, like the Safco Plastic Step-On Outdoor Garbage Bin, 23-Gallon, as well as larger bins that can hold as much as 64 gallons of garbage.

Look at the outdoor garbage can’s construction next.

“Since your garbage bin will be sitting outside, you’ll want to ensure that it’s made of materials that can withstand all kinds of weather. Rain, snow, hail, rough winds and hot and cold temperature extremes will put it to the test,” says Liston.

While some models are made out of metal, a heavy-duty plastic is the most common. Metal has a tendency to rust over time. The Toter Trash Can, 64 gallon is well made and even has an extended life expectancy. It can even handle the weekly abuse from your local sanitation workers. This is important as Liston points out that “sanitation trucks most likely won’t be soft and gentle as they empty the bin and drop it back down on the unforgiving pavement.”

Check the outdoor garbage can for wheels. Liston points out that “a family of four can produce 80 pounds of garbage per week. That’s a heavy load!” She goes on to say that “choosing a garbage bin with wheels makes transporting trash to the end of your driveway and back a breeze.” The Rubbermaid Trash Can, 50 Gallon is a good choice, as it has two back wheels with high-performance treads.

Lastly, you’ll want to examine the trash can’s lid to determine whether it’s attached or not. Liston recommends you “always opt for a garbage bin with an attached lid.” She warns that “if the can and the lid have the potential to be separated, they most definitely will.” Look for a model that not only has an attached lid, but also a lid latch to secure the lid in place. This keeps outdoor animals from getting to the garbage and making a mess.

The Outdoor Garbage Bin Buying Guide

  • Some outdoor trash cans also come with the option of purchasing matching products for your patio, garden or back porch. These may include a patio seat, patio bench or a deck box with seat.
  • You don’t have to go with a traditional outdoor trash can design. You’ll find plenty of models that are attractive and made to complement your outdoor space. There are models with a faux wainscoting design, as well as units that resemble wicker furniture.
  • Outdoor trash cans will need to be cleaned from time to time. All you need to do is add a little dish soap to the bottom of the can and spray it down with your garden hose. Dump the soapy water out afterward and then rinse the garbage can clean and set it out to air dry.
  • The cost of outdoor garbage cans is directly related to the amount of trash the bin can hold. That means the Safco Plastic Step-On Outdoor Garbage Bin, 23-Gallon is on the lower end of the price scale, while the Rubbermaid Trash Can, 50 Gallon sits directly in the middle. You’ll find the Toter Trash Can, 64 gallon costs the most, as it has the biggest capacity.