Stainless Steel Storage Lids Caps with Silicone Seals for Mason Jars (5 Pack, Wide Mouth)
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- 5 lids and 5 removable silicone seals for Wide Mouth (3" internal diameter) Mason jars per order. They are made of 18/8 304 grade stainless steel and natural colored food grade silicone rubber.
- Leak proof! Dishwasher safe! Best quality and safest materials available! Plastic and BPA Free - no chemical leach!
- We love these premium lids for fridge, freezer, and dry goods storage! At any given time you will find dozens of them in use all over our kitchen and home.
- If you use Mason jars for drinking or storage, it is essential to have an adequate supply of one piece storage lids. Two piece lids work well but they are cumbersome to repeatedly take on and off the jar, they are coated with plastic, and they eventually get rusty. These serve a similar function to the plastic Ball storage lids but are more durable, seal better, and look nicer.
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The ridge in the silicone seal goes up, toward the top of the lid. Push the seal into the lid with your thumb before putting the lid on your jar.
Don't over tighten them - they don't need to be very tight to seal. If a lid gets stuck on, run it under hot water.
We use them a lot for capping unfinished drinks, leftover food, fermented food, and sauces in the fridge.
Our kids drink out of half pint jars and eat out of wide mouth half pint jars, so when they don't finish we just put a lid on it and put it back in the fridge.
In the pantry we use them on nuts and seeds, flour, sugar, and other staples.
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If you don't have a seal on the regular mouth ones, it lets enough air in for at least one kind of insect to survive in it for at least two days (if you need that); so, there's not an immediate need for holes. It's not enough air to prevent humidity build-up, however. I'm not sure if the same is true for the wide mouth ones, although I've used the wide mouth ones more for every other purpose.
The lids and seals are easy to wash. You can even boil them both if you want to (although boiling may get mineral deposits on things). One caution, though: sometimes when washing, a cloth, dish wand, or some such might get caught a bit where the steel curls around the rim, but it's easily avoided when you realize what's happening. It's not obvious that something can get caught in it just by looking at and handling it; so, it surprised me and it took me a while to realize how and where it was getting caught.
I had a good experience with the seller when I communicated with them about a duplicate order I received.
I've ordered three times (five sets of five wide-mouth lids, and one set of five small-mouth lids). I've mostly ordered wide-mouth lids, but I got some regular mouth lids, too. They're similar. The silicone seals look different, but they still work.
Make sure others in the house know what they are and what they're for (and that the seals are very important and re-usable).
The lids seem to indeed be stainless steel. No rust problems so far.
However, they are massively overpriced, to the point that I am offended by the listing. This is the only item that I've encountered on Amazon that has actually caused me to check into ordering it in bulk from the very well-known Chinese website for buying directly from manufacturers. It turns out that these lids cost between 5 cents and 20 cents per lid when purchased from the various manufacturers in China. If you generously assume that the Amazon seller of this item had to pay 20 cents per piece (plus a negligible amount for freight), that is still a 20x markup, and it may be as much as an 80x markup.
For commodities such as these, a 5x markup is certainly reasonable, and a 10x markup would still be tolerable, but this 20-80x markup is offensive. I'm considering buying a bulk order from China just to offer the same item on Amazon for a fair price. Nobody likes being ripped off.