What's the weirdest thing you've ever found in your backseat? Go ahead, think for a second. Think of that one frightening piece of whatnot for which there is no logical explanation. If you have small kids, there's the usual gamut of stale fruit loops, Barbie shoes, and sticky, discarded freezie pop wrappers. But 2015, I found a Walmart receipt for a box of .38 shells, a pack of Lion King party hats, three cases of Rolling Rock beer, a bottle of ragin' cajun' red spray paint, a squirt gun, a map of the North Carolina Outer Banks, and a jumbo-sized jar of sweet pickles. The receipt was dated March of 2003 and undoubtedly mine; it had a note I'd scrawled across the bottom about paying a bill. The strangest thing isn't that the receipt had been hanging around for nearly twelve years; it's that I didn't even purchase the car itself until 2005! I have no knowledge of the events that followed my interesting selection of purchases. College days — all I can say is that it must've been one hell of a party!
The Head Rest Trash Bag is a simple solution for disposing of the trash (and incriminatory weird items!) that find their way into your back seat. It's made of vinyl-coated polyester truck tarp. Two loops of webbing clip around the bars of your headrest. The bag is easily detachable for disposing of trash. Though not entirely waterproof, the bag will contain small spills without leaking. We've included a pocket and storage slots for small items. It won't stain or absorb oils.
Get rid of trash and teach your kids the valuable lesson of cleaning up after themselves (a lesson that perhaps you seemed to have learned a little later in life)! If you decide not to you our bag for trash, it also makes a great coloring book and a crayon holder for your younger, backseat passengers!
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