Stamped Stainless Steel Mason Jar RingsAvailable in Sets of 6 and 12
- ✔ CUSTOM-STAMPED
- ✔ 30% THICKER 316 STAINLESS STEEL RINGS
- ✔ ECO-FRIENDLY
- ✔ EASIEST TO STERILIZE
- ✔ SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS
These are custom-stamped so you won’t confuse them with your normal metal bands! All the other stainless rings on the market are easy to confuse with non-stainless rings and can cause unwanted rusting.
Standard mason jar rings rust over time and eventually make their way into landfills. Our product is designed for a lifetime of heavy use. Stop buying throw-away rings for canning and invest in rings that your grandkids will can with!
30% THICKER 316 STAINLESS STEEL RINGS
These are the only rings on the market made from medical-grade 316 Stainless Steel. We also made them 30% thicker than normal rings so they can handle anything you can throw at them (or throw them at).
EASIEST TO STERILIZE
Unlike rings that rust, our jar bands can be boiled and sterilized after each use. They are also dishwasher safe.
What's In the Package?
100% Bio-based Bag
Wide Mouth Rings, 316 Stainless Steel
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