Stamped Solid Mason Jar LidsAvailable in 6 and 12 packs
- ✔ REVISED GASKET
- ✔ CUSTOM-STAMPED
- ✔ 30% THICKER 316 STAINLESS STEEL LIDS
- ✔ LEAKPROOF & VERSATILE
- ✔ SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS
The Proof is in the Steel . . . and Gasket
Mason jar use has exploded over the past several years as cooks and crafters explore the unlimited possibilities of the humble canning container. With this explosion of mason-ic interest came a variety of jar accessories. What makes our lids different? First of all, they are manufactured out of durable, 100% stainless steel that won’t rust and wear out over time. Secondly, we’ve included a silicone sealing gasket to insure a leakproof experience.
A Variety of Uses
“Put a lid on it!”
Package your homemade pasta, spice rub, or hot coca mix in a mason jar capped with a reusable lid.
Avoid the mess and clutter of plastic packaging by storing your baking ingredients in glass jars topped with our lids.
Drinks on the Go
Bring out your inner hipster by utilizing a jar as a cold brew coffee mug. Our jar toppers prevent leaks and spills.
What's In the Package?
- 100% Biodegradable Bag
- Stainless Steel Lids
- Silicone Gaskets
Nope. No mason jars included with this package.
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