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Plastic Storage Caps for Canning Jars - Wide-Mouth
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Plastic Storage Caps for Canning Jars - Wide-Mouth

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Home-canned food is wholesome and delicious, but how do you properly store a half-used jar of food after you've opened it? These handy reusable plastic caps are the perfect solution. After you open your home-canned jars, use these plastic caps to store the leftovers in the refrigerator. Or, use them with canning jars to store food in refrigerator, freezer or pantry.
  • Hard white plastic caps fit snugly on most wide-mouth canning jars
  • Box of 8
  • Imported

Note: These caps are not intended for heat processing. Use for storage only.

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PLASTIC STORAGE CAPS FOR CANNING JARS - WIDE-MOUTH DESCRIPTION
"Greatest purchase I've ever made. Food is better preserved after opening and my refrigerator is much neater. No more waxed paper under a canning band. I'll never be without them. Both sizes are terrific." -- A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"These are quite possibly one of the greatest canning items to come down the road in a long time. I guarantee--you will LOVE them and use them for all sorts of uses!" -- A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of Plastic Storage Caps for Canning Jars - Wide-Mouth
Product Rating: 4.9 out of 5.0(17 reviews)
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- 1/16/2014
said: Flo
"Can't find local and the price was better than the local price."
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- 11/20/2013
said: Anonymous User
"Turns good old quart jars into canisters. Easy solution for half used jars of stuff. Love it."
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- 11/20/2013
said: vivian liotta
"I am so happy to finally find another way to use my canning jars. Now they don't just take up space in the cabinet."
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- 10/1/2013
said: Renee S., CSR@Lehman's
"These were a wonderful addition to my kitchen accessories! No more searching for bands and used lids to top my jars. What else is nice, is if you use a dry-erase maker, you can mark the top of the lid with the date you opened the jar to keep an eye on freshness! Then when you're done, just wipe off the date, wash and start over!"
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- 8/5/2013
said: MaryAnita Robinson
"Greatest purchase I've ever made. Food is better preserved after opening and my refrigerator is much neater. No more waxed paper under a canning band. I'll never be without them. Both sizes are terrific."
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- 7/27/2013
said: Terence Cogliano
"The lids are perfect for closing partially used jars. They do leak. If you want to make them leak proof, purchase a box of the Tattler reusable rubber rings (just the rings, not the plastic caps). Put a rubber ring on the top edge of the jar then carefully screw on the storage cap. Works like a charm."
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- 7/19/2013
said: Anonymous User
"We store all our bulk foods in small to large canning jars. These lids give our pantry a clean look and are so much easier to open than metal rings. Absolutely love them!"
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- 7/1/2013
said: pam
"Love both sizes!!!!"
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- 6/21/2013
said: cc
"Have been using these lids for years on different sizes of canning jars to store foods of all types. Can't live without them now. If you haven't tried them yet you are missing out. Just one thing - like the other reviewers said - they will leak a little if you use them for liquids like water or milk. They work OK for creamy salad dressings though. I sometimes use them for milk but keep the jar upright."
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- 5/1/2013
said: Sandy
"I had purchased some of these several years ago and kept running out of them as they were on many canning jars that were in my frig. Gave some to my kids also along with the canned items I made them. They are an awesome addition to any kitchen. "
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