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Plastic Storage Caps for Canning Jars - Regular

Item #623301
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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 canning jars.
  • Box of 8
  • Lids fit regular-mouth jars
  • Each 2-7/8"OD
  • Imported

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

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PLASTIC STORAGE CAPS FOR CANNING JARS - REGULAR 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 - Regular
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 6/16/2014
said: Janet
"In addition to the original purpose, glass canning jars are great to use for fridge leftovers, as well as for all kinds of other storage. We are trying to phase out most plastic storage in our home but do appreciate having these sturdy white plastic caps as an option instead of the metal rings and lids [no rust worries]. We are storing coffee beans, teabags, bulk popcorn, rice, small pastas, baking soda, certain small crackers [Wheat Things etc] among other things in our new order of pint and quart Ball canning jars. In making these changes we're careful to keep most pantry items in a cool place and obviously out of the sun."
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- 6/25/2014
said: Leslie from Alabama
"I now use empty canning jars for leftovers in the fridge, and am phasing out the plastic storage containers. Much better for the environment and we don't have to store both glass and plastic. They pack well into lunch boxes, and can go straight into the microwave - just vent the lid."
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