5 Reasons You Should Buy the Slim Trash Can
Slime museum is in a bit of a crisis after its former owner, a Japanese-based manufacturer, filed for bankruptcy protection last week.
According to Reuters, Slim Trash can founder Kenichi Matsui and company had $4 million in assets as of December 31, but the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October.
Matsui has been running a “slim” business since 2014 and had plans to expand it to include a vending machine and a kitchenette, but has been struggling to raise enough funds.
He recently said he will close the business, which is now known as Slime Museum, in the middle of the month.