|One of these, and I don't care which term is used.|
Here is one of my earlier less-than-ideal early solutions.
|Container Store usually has good stuff, and this was useful, but it had its drawbacks. Even after I moved it to the wet bath and kept the door shut, flies still got into it.|
|It's a plastic insert for a stick-and-brick recycling center. It's rather large, yes it is.|
|It's cute - admit it.|
Well, that was smaller than I wished for a trash can to be, but it did have that all-important fly-deterring lid, and the cuteness factor got to me.
|"Meet your new bus mate!" That's an Oscar bean bag toy.|
|I got it at West Marine.|
|It came with this white mounting piece, but I wanted to attach it with outdoor Velcro and so I had to expand the surface area. I made this out of thin plywood...|
|...and countersunk the mini-bolts that hold on the OEM bracket, love it. I was reaping the rewards of having reorganized much of our hardware over the past few weeks. I actually found this stainless hardware without having to scrounge.|
|See, the lip of the top cover extends over the body of the can, so I could not simply Velcro the can body to the wet bath wall. I had to build this out.|
|We plan to travel with a young lady who is a dear friend of the family this summer, so this familiar women's restroom type of stall receptacle might be appreciated.|
|Tugging at the heart strings of DIYers everywhere.|