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Blue Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Item #3600940
15 reviews
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Nothing brings the country to a kitchen or bathroom sink like our whimsical glass soap dispenser. Simple, stylish jars easily hold and dispense your favorite soaps and lotions and look charming on any counter. Durable plastic pumps and snugly fitting metal lids prevent spills. Heavy glass features embossed letters and tiny imperfections for a truly vintage look and feel. Made in India.

  • Reproduction blue-green Mason pint jar with black lid and pump
  • "Patent Nov. 30th 1858" embossed on front
  • 8"H
  • 1 lb
  • Holds 16 oz
Helpful Hint: When filling your jar with soap, make sure you only fill the jar 2/3 full. If you fill it completely full, the pump will leak through the top because there's no room for air to move.

Customer Reviews of Blue Mason Jar Soap Dispenser
Product Rating: 2.6 out of 5.0(15 reviews)
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- 12/11/2013
said: Maureen
"I bought this quite some time ago and thought I'd figure out how to overcome this stupid leaking thing. I tried the 2/3 full idea (actually 1/2) and, it leaks! So, I thinned the soap down with water. Now it leaks thin soap. It always has a mess on my sink and I have really come to hate it. As soon as what's left in the jar is gone, I'm moving on to some other kind of dispenser. I hate that too, because I really love the way it looks (when it doesn't have soap streaming down the side and through the top)!"
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- 10/4/2010
said: Heather
"I bought this jar to put my dish soap in but I keep finding a puddle of liquid soap around the jar. I've rinsed the jar many times and can't figure out why it's leaking from the lid. Plus I've only had it a week and the lid seems to be rusting near the pump. Not sure if I got a bad one. I bought two- but I think I will return both. Not the quality I had hoped for."
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- 9/22/2015
said: John M. Thomas
"The idea is great. The execution is poor. The metal parts rust, first shedding rust particles into the soap, then totally disintegrating. Throwing away the product that was purchased to eliminate the throw-away pump bottle is not helpful. This would be a great product if manufactured from quality materials. I would pay more for something that would last. It appears that the pump is only sold with a ball jar, which is also unfortunate, as re-purposing old jars is also useful. "
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- 2/15/2013
said: R. S. Simmons
"I really wanted to buy these, but after reading the reviews & getting a consensus from them, AND after talking with a niece who had some like these, there's no way I'm risking my $ on them. Please, Lehman's, start selling them w/a gasket so they can be the quality product you usually sell."
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- 5/25/2011
said: Sara
"having read that the jar leaked badly [it did] I located a thin piece of rubber and fashioned a gasket. While holding w. one hand and tightening with the other ... the bottom of the bottle broke out. I'm sad as it is most attractive!!"
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