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How To Fit Jarware Onto Your Mason Jar

  

Jarware Mason Jar Accessories

 

We have had a few customers say that they've been having trouble getting the Jarware to fit on either the Mason jar or in the band. If you are having similar issues, here's what to do and why.

The recycled plastic used for our Jarware items and the size of the rim can vary slightly during production. These small variations can sometimes compound and make certain items easier to snap in, or harder to snap in.

The fix: Run the band over hot water for 30-60 seconds and then try to snap in the Jarware.

Drink-related Jarware items (cocktail shaker, tea infuser) need to have a tight fit and will require some extra force. As such, the product was never intended to be removed from the rim and should be considered permanent.

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The holidays are upon us! For creative gifts that are easy on the wallet...Jarware to the rescue! We're pumped to find that Rebateszone featured JARWARE on their 2015 Holiday Gift List! 

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The Mason Jar: A Short History

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Social media is flooded with crafts, hacks, accessories for re-purposing that iconic glass jar...

But how and where did it all start?

Let's go back to the 1700s. Needing a more reliable way to preserve food for his soldiers, Napolèon Bonaparte offered a huge reward to anyone who discovered a new method for food transportation. The initial attempts worked, but the the wire and wax seal was clumsy and unreliable. And an unreliable seal is a dangerous seal.

John Landis Mason, after several early revisions, patented screw-top glass jar we know and love today. The threaded zinc cap and jar mouth made for a reliable seal, while making the canning process easier and parts reusable. And the reusable Mason jar was born.

"The Mason jar continued to improve in design and gain popularity as competitors (like Ball glass jars) entered the market. In the early to mid-1900's, an improvement in lid sealing finally streamlined the canning process; making these glass jars a household staple.

In the 1990's, the launch of Martha Stewart Living supercharged the popularity of these iconic glass jars for meal prepping and home organization. 

Their "rustic" style has made them extremely popular so far through the 2000's, finding their place as lamp fixtures, cocktail glasses, and everyday drink containers.

Look Out World -- We're #RaisingTheJar

Jarware is a fresh new brand that will help you re-purpose your Mason jars with fun jar accessories! These jar upgrades are easy to use and totally fun.

If you like re-purposing as much as we do, you’ll love Jarware. Now you can use your Mason jars to keep herbs fresh (Herb Saver), mix a drink (Cocktail Shaker), or infuse water with fresh fruit or tea (Fruit Infusion Lid & Tea Infuser). Who knew #RaisingTheJar could be so much fun?

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