Most base cabinets in the kitchen can have room for a single bin trash pull out or a double bin trash pull out.
We highlighted some double trash pull-outs within our best trash pull outs for kitchens post, but in this post the double bin options are all I’ll focus on.
Most of these options listed are also offered in single pull-outs as well. The version will simply depend on the width, height and depth dimensions of your cabinet.
If you’re limited on space and all you have is a tight area under the faucet, there are also smaller trash pull-outs that fit under a sink. With that said, it’s always helpful to have a tape measure handy and triple check the dimensions of your cabinet and make sure the double trash pull-outs will co-exist.
- Quick installation
- Easy to Clean
- Sturdy Slide Systems (soft-close)
- Good Weight Capacity
- Door Mounting Bracket Options
- Included Bins
- Best Choice – Rev-A-Shelf RV18KD Trash Pull Out
- Premium Choice – Rev-A-Shelf 5349 Series Trash Pull Out
- Best Value – SimpleHuman Under Counter Trash Pull Out
- Best Heavy Duty – Rev-A-Shelf 4WCBM Wood Box Trash Pull Out
- Best Door Mount Kit – Rev-A-Shelf 53WC Series Trash Pull Out
- Best Soft Closing – Knape & Vogt USC15 Trash Pull Out
Best Double Bin Trash Pull Outs
What is a Double Trash Pull Out?
A double trash pull out is a complete pull out that typically contains dual waste bins within the frame and slide system. Single bin versus double bin trash storage is as simple as having just one bin versus two bins within the slide out frame.
The double bins can be various sizes including 27 quart, 30 quart, 35 quart or even 50 quart. This will vary depending on the trash pull out brand.
The trash bins usually sit sideways and are front to back, but occasionally, they will sit longways.
Why Do I Need One?
Sometimes the single trash pull outs are not utilizing the entire width of the cabinet space and putting two singles side-by-side just won’t work.
Or, perhaps you want to move away from a standard step-can and need a completely hidden option that stays inside your base cabinet. Either way, incorporating a trash pull out within a kitchen is becoming standard practice for many kitchen designers, cabinet makers and even homeowners themselves.
By having a complete out-of-the-box product, pre-assembled trash pull outs can also save our DIY folks time too. After parts and labor, DIY pull out trash products can often times end up costing the same.
Types of Cabinetry for Trash Pull-Outs
Do you have a full height cabinet or a cabinet with a drawer above? Either way, depending on the double trash pull-out size, they can accommodate each type of cabinet.
Some other cabinetry aspects to consider are whether or not you have Face Frame, Frameless or Inset cabinetry. These can affect the width and depth measurements when searching for a double trash pull-out, so make sure you are aware of what style you have.
How Wide Are Base Cabinets?
Trash pull outs usually fit in base cabinet widths of 12”, 15”, 18”, 21” or even 24”.
The depth of traditional base cabinets is 24” and a full height base cabinet is 34.5” with a countertop of 1.5” for a total of 36”.
More Dimensions to Be Aware of
This is the most crucial part when looking for a product that will work for your application. There are going to be widths, depths and heights that will make or break your project.
Make sure you verify the exact dimensions of your cabinet opening versus the physical product dimensions of the double trash pull out you are looking for.
For example: a 12” wide waste bin would work within a 15” cabinet opening width and so on.
Our take away…
Trash pull-outs are a unique breed of convenience hardware. When we think of trash cans we think of the traditional “step-cans” or of the barrels sitting outside.
As you can see, there are some great options for “in-cabinet” solutions that are more permanent. Again, if you are in the market for a double trash pull-out, make sure to check dimensions of both your cabinet and the product before making a purchase.
So, what’s our take on this list?
All offer great features and it’s really up to the end user and how they intend to use it, but for us, the Rev-A-Shelf RV-18KD Series is just an all-around great product.
We like the ease of install and also the handle pull. This would save us some time from installing the Door Mounting Brackets.
So, that’s our pick. What would you use?
More Blog Posts…
The width plays a big role in determining which product will work. In this post we’ll see what cabinet sizes are out there.
Tight spaces like under sink areas need the right trash pull out. See what we recommend.
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Trash storage is something you use everyday, why not give it a permanent home in your cabinet!