Ball Regular Mouth Jar Storage Caps Set of 8

February 12, 2014 - Comment

Ball Regular Mouth Plastic Storage Caps Product Features Ball Regular Plastic Storage Caps are ideal for storing or freezing with Regular Mouth Glass Preserving Jars The versatile Ball Regular Plastic Storage Caps provide more ways to store your creations You can refrigerate, freeze or store Each package contains 8 reusable plastic storage caps Use Ball

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Ball Regular Mouth Plastic Storage Caps

Product Features

  • Ball Regular Plastic Storage Caps are ideal for storing or freezing with Regular Mouth Glass Preserving Jars
  • The versatile Ball Regular Plastic Storage Caps provide more ways to store your creations
  • You can refrigerate, freeze or store
  • Each package contains 8 reusable plastic storage caps
  • Use Ball Regular Plastic Storage Caps for refrigerator storage after you open your fresh preserved foods

Comments

S. Newton "SallyBR" says:

Good, not great 0

Chip from Woodbury, NJ says:

Use THESE – *NOT* the metal lids, for non-canning storage! If you want to STORE food in ball/mason jars, rather than CANNING food, you NEED these.Here’s why:The two part metal lids & caps that come with the Ball jars are for *CANNING*. These are NOT DESIGNED to be AIR TIGHT! The act of *canning* (pressure cooker, etc) creates a vacuum which seals the metal lid to the jar – the screw part is optional and is to simply hold the metal lid IN PLACE in case the canning fails. They are designed like that so that if the canning…

C. Chang "Cecilia C." says:

Sadly, it DOES leak After reading the reviews, I was hoping that the minority who said that the lid leaks were just those few. As soon as I received the lids, I put them to the test. I filled a 4oz jelly jar (from same manufacturer) with tap water, put the lid on tight and turned the jar sideways. Within seconds, water was dripping out. Some of the reviewers say to use common sense and not put a jar sideways. Well, that’s not really the point, is it? A lid is supposed to keep contents in. It is not a matter…

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