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Breeze Through Yard Work With a Leaf Hauler Bag

If you have a yard, making the leaves into a giant pile and then jumping into them is a lot of fun. Unfortunately, that’ll set you back to square one in terms of cleaning. The best way to actually take care of your yard is to get a leaf hauler bag. Rakes make it easy to collect the leaves in one place, but getting the leaves from a pile and into your green bin can be the hard part. That’s why leaf hauler bags are handy.

There are a lot of leaf haulers and leaf trash bags that basically work like a dustpan. Set them down, and use the rake to scoop the leaves into the bag. Then, dump the leaves out into the green bin or wherever you collect fallen leaves. It’s a simple solution, but it’s the kind of thing that can save a lot of time, especially if you have a large yard.

These are some of the best leaf hauler bags for manual raking. We’ve also included an option that works with any standard-sized riding lawnmower, as well as other smart options for collecting and disposing of dead leaves. So, if you’re looking to spend less time raking and more time actually enjoying your yard, these are the leaf haulers to get.

1. GardenMate 3-Pack Garden Waste Bags

If you’ve got a lot (like a whole lot) of leaves to rake, then this three-pack of reusable garden bags from GardenMate is a great option. Each bag holds 72 gallons. For context, a standard bathtub holds 80 gallons. Each bag has two top handles and straps on the sides, making it easier to move around. The bag is also specially designed to stay upright and open when you want it to. The bags are made from a durable, woven polypropylene material.

Pros: Pack of three extra-large capacity bags. Durable material with conveniently placed handles.

Cons: Bag shouldn’t be exposed to the sun for too long.

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2. Fern and Foliage Reusable Garden Bags

This bag has a flat, structured bottom and curved top. When placed on the ground, it’ll act like a structured dustpan for collecting leaves, but it can be folded up when not in use. The top has a handle for easy carrying, and the bag itself is made from durable and water-resistant polypropylene fabric.

Pros: Set of two reusable bags, that are durable and water-resistant.

Cons: Small.

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3. Bag Butler Lawn and Leaf Trash Bag Holder

This cleverly designed leaf hauler is made from sturdy, recycled plastic. It folds inward, similar to a three-panel display board. You place the flat hauler inside a large trash bag, and it pops open to form a rectangular box. Simply lay it flat and scoop the leaves into the opening. Once you’re done, you can fold it back up for convenient storage. The edge of the hauler has a sloped rim, similar to a dustpan, for easier leaf collection.

Pros: Clever, space-saving design. Sloped rim, like a dustpan, for easy collection.

Cons: Only includes the hauler. 30-33 gallon trash bags must be purchased separately.

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4. TerraKing Standard Leaf Bag

If you have a riding lawnmower (lucky you), you can expand its capacity by getting one of these giant leaf bags. It works with any lawnmower that has a two-bag hood. The large 54 cubic feet of space makes it easy to collect a lot of leaves without having to stop, and it’s made from durable but breathable polyester fabric. That means it can collect wet leaves without getting mildewy.

Pros: Large 54 cubic feet capacity. It’s a good way to expand the hauling capacity of a riding lawnmower.

Cons: It’s designed to drag behind the mower, eliminating the ability to reverse the mower and putting strain on the bag. However, if you have a trailer to attach to the mower, you can elevate it to reduce strain.

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5. Collapsible 30-Gallon Canvas Garden Waste Bag

This option has a collapsible design, making it easy to pop up to collect leaves and collapse to move around and store. The bottom of the bag has holes to drain excess water and prevent the build-up of mildew. Instead of soft fabric, the bottom of the bag is made out of hard plastic, preventing it from tipping over while also reducing wear and tear. The bag also has a drawstring closure on top to better contain leaves.

Pros: Smart collapsible design with a hard plastic bottom that keeps the bag upright. Easy to store when not in use.

Cons: Drawstring top can get in the way when dumping out leaves.

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6. WORX Collapsible Yard Waste Bag

This collapsible bag has a spring design that makes it easy to pop up and fold down, and a small plastic hook keeps it closed when not in use. There are two grab handles on the sides of the bag for carrying it around. The bag has a 26-gallon capacity for collecting and clearing a large amount of leaves. Rather than the standard green, this bag has a unique tan color with the Worx logo printed on the side.

Pros: Easy collapsible design, generous 26-gallon capacity.

Cons: Somewhat lightweight, which can lead to it tipping over.

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7. Rocky Mountain Goods Drawstring Tarp

This option serves as an upgrade on the humble tarp. Like a tarp, you throw it down and lay it flat. After the leaves are raked onto it, you can pull the drawstrings at the four corners of the tarp to tighten it into a bag. That way, it’ll be easy to carry the leaves to a bin without too many leave spilling out. And, since it’s a flat tarp, it’s easy to fold up and store when not in use. The tarp has a generous 9′ x 9′ size.

Pros: Convenient tarp with drawstrings that can also be used for other purposes, such as a cover. Durable UV-treated polyester fabric.

Cons: Not intended to be dragged around, as it may tear.

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