I decided to get a few of these to use as hampers because I moved and I don’t have the space to use empty laundry baskets for my dirty clothes.
But I have to carry my laundry down a set of stairs and I’ve fallen carrying plastic baskets down because I can’t look where I’m stepping, so I feel more comfortable with this because I can carry it with one hand.My only complaint is when getting dirty laundry out.
These pop-up hampers work very well in my bathroom for dirty laundry and are easy to carry to the laundry room.
My daughter uses this at college and it’s holding up very well.
The Square Laundry Hamper is perfect size to fit in the corner of my closet and it is the perfect size to hold my dirty cloths for the week and easy for me to carry to the laundry room.
Fell apart after a month.
If you don't lift the hamper (I was dragging it a couple times), the bottom will unravel overtime and expose the wiring underneath.
Once it does, this thing is done for.Usually I get several months out of a hamper before it starts to wear, and it's usually the handles breaking, the form warping, or the wire breaking out the top from being grabbed after the handles bust, but this is the first time I've had the bottom wires wearing away just from sitting on the floor.
The other pop-up hampers I've bought were $1-5 and lasted longer.The rest of the hamper is well better constructed than the others I'm using, but the two I bought and are going to be useless quicker, long before my dollar store flimsy one, all because the tension of the wire on its casing as it sits on the floor is causing rapid wear.
I use this for my smaller loads.