While surfing I came across this new pet dish with disposable liners so you never have to wash the dish..
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While surfing I came across this new pet dish with disposable liners so you never have to wash the dish..

Not such a great idea, IMO. Hoomins already produce far more plastic than we can recycle, and landfills in many areas are full, no place to build a new one, what to do with the trash? "Strong enough to wash and reuse?" For how many washings?

The liners are said to be recyclable, but will your local recycler accept them? Many limit the types of plastics they will accept. The marketing info doesn't state what type of plastic they use.
And pretty pricey - 33 cents each for the small ones, 83 cents each for the large size. Plus tax and shipping.
I think I'll stick with soap and water.
Sorry to be such a stick in the mud... but the Earth doesn't need any more "luxury" throw-away plastic goods. IMNSHO.

FurPaw

My family values don't involve depleted uranium.
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While surfing I came across this new pet dish with disposable liners so you never have to wash the dish..

Not such a great idea, IMO. Hoomins already produce far more plastic than we can recycle, and landfills in many ... to be such a stick in the mud... but the Earth doesn't need any more "luxury" throw-away plastic goods. IMNSHO.

I agree. I can't think of any reasons why someone might need this.
I agree. I can't think of any reasons why someone might need this

I'm glad it was posted, as I hadn't heard of them before. They'd be great when trialing, as I feed fresh foods to my dogs, and cleaning up on the road and in hotels is a pain. Off to order some!

Debbie