Norlake Garden Waste Bag

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Tidy and dispose of your garden waste with the Norlake Garden Waste Bag.

The reusable bag is made from a recycled wool fadge and holds up to 0.5m³ of grass clippings, leaves and garden waste.

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  • Holds up to 0.5m³ of grass clippings, leaves and garden waste.
  • Made from a recycled wool pack.

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