Ball Bubble Remover & Head Space Tool
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- Ball Brand Bubble Remover & Head Space Tool
- Releases air bubbles and measures head space
- Home canning tool
- Bubble remover tool
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Top Customer Reviews
This plastic "wand" could not be more than five cents to produce. Nevertheless, it works to measure the head space needed from the top of the jar when canning and for that it is indispensable. I can also use it to remove the air bubbles in a jar but that can be done with a chopstick as well.
The tool may appear to be superfluous, but it really is essential to ensuring a good canning result when processing foods that allow air to be trapped in the jar like pickles, tomatoes, etc. and sliding this utensil up and down inside the jar effectively releases any air bubbles. Metal can get hot and hard to handle and it is also possible to damage the jar edge so for this task I prefer plastic.
I used it to remove air pockets & bubbles from my
jars of tomatoes prior to canning. Use it with the narrow
end down to release bubbles, or the wide end down to
push the tomatoes down in the jar. The steps on the end
are to measure the headspace in the canning jar, but we
found with Ball Widemouth jars, the 1/2" point we needed
was easy to visualize on the jar itself.
Even if I didn't need it for headspace, it worked well for
the air pockets.
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