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Choosing a Can Liner: Step 1 of 3    Do I Need Low or High Density?
High Density is much thinner than low density, yet can hold the same or greater weight. Superior moisture and vapor barrier. Suseptible to punctures and tears. Minimal stretch. Density gauge is in Microns.   Low Density stretches before it tears. recommended for sharp objects or tough transport conditions. Much greater puncture and tear resistance than high-density. Density gauge is in Millimeters.
ACES High-Density (HD) Can Liners
High-Density (HD) Can Liners

ACFR Low-Density (LD) Can Liners
Low-Density (LD) Can Liners

ACHP Drawstring Can Liners
Drawstring Can Liners