Witt Stainless Steel 36 Gallon Push Top Garbage Can
Metal Stainless Steel 36 Gallon Push Top Waste Receptacle 36HTSS. No receptacles combine styling and utility like Wastewatchers.
Stainless Steel Finish
- 4 rubber feet keep bottom of the floor
Crafted with puncture-resistant, fire safe steel
Optional heavy duty plastic liner. Metal clips inside of the hampers, hold the bag but Liner is highly recommended.
ADA and OSHA compliant
Wastewatchers are very functional in:
19in. x 19in. x 39in. 34lbs, 41 1/2lbs. with liner (29.5in. H without lid)
**These units will arrive with a protective vinyl wrap to protect the stainless steel surface. The best and easiest way to remove this protective covering is to run a utility blade down the seams of the receptacle. Once complete begin to pull away the protective covering from the seam all the way around the entire can until removed.**
Other DetailsWitt Industries Indoor Products Warranty Witt Industries warrants its products to be free from defects in material and/or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of invoice. All claims must be submitted in writing with a copy of the invoice to Witt Industries. Witt Industries hereby disclaims all other warranties, express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose. This warranty does not apply to damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, tampering, negligence or abuse. Witt Industries, at its option, shall repair, replace or refund the purchase price of any items found defective upon inspection by an authorized Witt Industries service representative. Purchasers should be aware that normal use of these high quality products may result in superficial damage affecting the finish. Scratches, nicks, and dents are to be considered normal wear and tear, and are not the responsibility of Witt Industries.
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The cans are hefty and well-packed. The bottom portion is steel with a brushed finish to match the top piece which makes it great for applying magnetic signage, ie: "Recyclables" or "Trash / Waste" etc.
My biggest gripe is with removing the protective plastic from the seams on the sides of the bottom piece. I used a utility knife and if I had to do it again I would probably use a hair dryer in combination with the knife.