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Tubtrugs® — Use them for everything

Tubtrug News®

Mother Earth loves Tubtrugs®

Mother Earth Living, the authority on green lifestyle and design, featured Tubtrugs® as an essential gardening tool for a self-sufficient home.

"For carrying anything from compost to pulled weeds, I love lightweight, flexible Tubtrugs®, which never get lost in the garden because of their bright colors. You can even carry water in them, and they clean up fast, too." — Barbara Pleasant

We may be biased, but we couldn't agree more with Barbara. Although, we'll have to let her know that Tubtrugs® are great out of the garden too. Use Tubtrugs® as a laundry basket, a serving container to hold ice and beverages, a tool box (tub), a feeding dish for animals...the uses are endless!

Tabletop Farmers

These busy wee farmers have found a new use for Tubtrugs® - the family plot! This creative concept was designed around our Small Shallow 15 Liter Tubtrug®.  We've received word that there may be other magical tabletop universes out there.  Have one to to share - please send us a photo, we'd love to share them with our growing family of friends.  Tubtrugs® - Use Them for Everything!

Martha Stewart loves Tubtrugs®!

Martha Stewart recently hosted "Ask the Gardening Experts" on The Martha Stewart Show and featured Tubtrugs® as a product she must have for gardening! Fast forward to 7:10 to see what Martha has to say about our favorite tubs.

As always, cheers from Tubtrugs®!

Tubtrug® O' War

Itching for a good old game of Tug O' War but can't find a rope?  Take heed from these two gridiron goonies and grab the nearest Tubtrug®.  The super flexible body and ultra strong handles will keep you pulling for hours.  So go ahead and give one a tug, pull or yank, we guarantee you won't be disappointed!


Tubtrugs have gone to his head!

 John Evans set a world record (on June 12, 2010) at the Peter Dowdeswell Charity event in Northhampton, UK. Apparently, the world record was for balancing the largest object on one's head - which he did hands-free for over ten seconds.

Well done, John. Way to use your melon!