If you leave it in the sink, you will be worried about the smell and sliminess of garbage. Recently, plastic bags for sinks with holes are also on sale, and more and more people are disposing of kitchen waste every time they cook without placing triangular corners.
Meanwhile, the long-awaited trash bag for sinks has appeared from "MUJI"! I've tried using it right away, so I'll introduce it.
MUJI's "paper drain bag" is a trash bag for sinks made of kraft paper. Draining holes are punched on the side and bottom, so you can open it up and use it as it is. The price is 299 yen (tax included) for 20 pieces.
When spread firmly, it becomes self-supporting, so it can be placed directly in the sink. In addition, the material is water-resistant paper that does not easily shake even when it gets wet, so it is safe even if you put garbage containing water in it or if it gets wet with washing water.
I actually tried using it for a whole day, but because of the gusset, there is still room to put all the vegetable waste, fruit peels, egg shells, and garbage accumulated in the drainage colander, and it is torn. I was able to use it without. After use, just hold the bag to drain it and then throw it in the trash can, so it's easy to clean up afterwards.
It's also a nice point that dust is hard to see from the outside even during use, and the sink gives a clean impression. Since there is no description of deodorant function etc., it seems good to dispose of it early, especially after use in the summer.
Although it is a little more expensive than similar plastic bag products, it is an environmentally friendly MUJI item. By the way, the outer bag can also be used as a drainage bag, so it is calculated that 21 sheets can be used. Be careful not to accidentally throw it away!