Tough Band Rust-Proof Screw Bands

Description

  • 4 Rust-Proof & Reusable Mason Jar Bands; Works with Any Mason Jar Disc Lid
  • Available in 2 Sizes Designed for Wide Mouth or Regular Mouth Canning Jars (Ball, Kerr, Bernardin, etc.)
  •  Perfect for Storing Food, Liquids and Fermenting
  • Creates a Leak-Proof and Airtight Seal
  • Made from Durable Food-Safe and BPA-Free Materials
  • Dishwasher Safe and Reusable; Not Intended for Heat Processing 

Replace flimsy and rust-prone screw bands with Tough Bands. Made of durable and food-safe plastic, Tough Bands won't rust and can be washed in the dishwasher. They're compatible with regular disc lids and create a secure seal. The unique faceted design is easy to screw on and off, making it perfect for food storage and fermenting. 




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05/11/2019
Alfred R.
United States

Excellent for insect traps

We use these lids as part of our insect traps in the lab and they are fantastic! Very strong and durable, can stand the Florida weather, and don’t rust like the metal lids. Top choice if you plan to use a 8-16oz jar to collect samples.

JB
03/13/2019
Josephine B.
United States

Joy of fermenting

Easy, reliable and successful I enjoy putting in the time and so appreciate that this product will not disappoint ❤️

BC
12/19/2018
Belinda C.
United States

Tough bands

Great product...fits well and works well ‼️

JB
12/15/2018
Janice B.
United States

Brilliant product

These “rings” fit tight, cleaning is a breeze, tighten with ease and make any jar look a bit neater. I will purchase more.

SF
11/06/2018
Samantha F.
United States

No mo' rust!

These did the job intended- to hold fermenting tops or mesh sprouting screens on the jar in place of the aluminum bands. Now I'm not cleaning off rust weekly and can make sauerkraut instead. ;-) Not being paid to say that... I just like using masontops.