You probably deal with domestic type bin liners on a regular basis. This style is most commonly seen as trash bags. However, a simple definition of the product would describe it something like this: a bag used to line the inside of a container. It turns out that a bin could be just about anything that hold something.
If you look up “bin liners” on the internet many different options will pop up. You will find that garbage bags are the most common hit, but that there are also compostable bags for compost bins. I think this is a very clever idea. Line the compost bin with a biodegradable liner and all you have to do is throw the bag on the compost pile and not have to worry about a bin covered in muck and ooze, and attracting God knows how many varmints.
They make ones for larger compost bins that you would keep outside, or they even make ones for a cute little compost bin that can sit on your kitchen counter. Either way, it’s a good idea. I also discovered a nifty little product that lines the bins and shelves in the refrigerator, meant to make fruits and vegetables last longer. This would be a nice thing to utilize. I once picked up a cucumber that looked completely normal and it literally exploded in my hand like a water balloon. It was one the weirdest things that has ever happened to me, and I am not ashamed to admit that I stood there in shock and awe for a good many seconds.
I doubt that would have happened if I had used fridge bin liners. My cousin also told me how she once ate a peach and when she got down to the pit she watched a spider crawl out from it. How unnerving. To be eating the peach, all the while with the spider chilling in there. That probably wouldn’t have happened with a fridge bin liner (actually, this is called a split pit, and it just happens in nature, but it’s a cool story about fruit and I wanted to tell it while we were on the topic). Whatever the case, we always keep two types of bin liners on hand at home. One type is strictly for lining our garbage can, the other type are heavy-duty for throwing away sharp and heavy things. It’s convenient to have a variety.