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Magnetic Canning Lid Lifter and Bubble Remover by VICTORIO VKP1110
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- 2-IN-1 CANNING TOOL: The solution for two common home canning tasks
- SAVES FINGERS: Lift sterilized lids with the magnet end
- AVOID SPOILAGE: Release stubborn bubbles from filled jars with the flat end
- RIGHT SIZE: 10 inches long and approximately 0.75 inches wide
- 1 YEAR WARRANTY
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From the manufacturer
Use the back end of the Jar Lifter to remove air bubbles.
Keeps You From Contaminating Lids
When canning it is important not to touch the lid seal so that contaminants are not introduced. The Lid Lifter makes this easy.
Precisely Place Your Lids on Top of Jars
The Jar Lifter makes it easy to precisely place your lids on your jars.
No more burned fingers or dropped lids! No more bubbles left in your processed food to cause discoloring and possible spoilage! This great little tool is a "must" for any home canner.
Top customer reviews
I was canning some spicy potato soup and noticed that when I would remove the bubbles and then grab for the next lid I saw some juices going into the lid pot, not much mind you but enough to worry me that now I was putting grease on the lid and band after I just cleaned the jar top to make sure no grease or broth was left on the lid. I will admit I did not wipe down the bubble remover end after removing the air from the jars just laid it down on a paper towel so maybe had I wiped it each time it would not have put any broth in my water.
I bought another magnet wand from my local store and absolutely hate the quality so I am ordering another one of these tools so I can have one for the magnet and one for the lids. It also never hurts to have a spare.
All in all, a perfect little canning tool. Enjoy!
The lid lifter was a a lot easier to maneuver than the tongs, though the magnet picked up two lids once. All in all, a great tool for the few bucks I paid.
BTW, unrelated helpful hint which most pro canners probably already know: To determine whether a lid has sealed, use a marble to check it. (Actually, we use an old ball from a long-defunct Logitech thumb-operated trackball because it's smooth, balanced, and the perfect size.) If it rolls to the center, the lid has sealed; if it rolls away to the edge, it's not sealed (or not sealed yet, if the jar is still cooling).