Q: I am wondering what the opening size is for the 1.5 oz. and the next size up (4 oz. i think it is). I want to make sure I can fit my teaspoon and maybe tablespoon in the jar. Thanks!
A: The opening of the 1.5 oz jar measures 1.27" and the opening of the 4 oz jar measures 1.47".
Q: Hello, what is the cost of each 6 oz hex jars (WITH LID) if I purchase the quantity of 120? Without lid, it is 59 cents each.
What is the cost of 9 oz hex jars (WITH LID) for the quantity of 120? It is 0.78 without lid. Thanks
A: The 6 oz Jar is $0.86 with lid for the quanity of 120 and the 9 oz Jar is $1.13 with lid for the quanity of 120. You can see the the price including lids by clicking on the closure image, or by selecting your jar quantity, choosing your lid on the following page and adding the items to your cart.
Q: What is the NET WEIGHT?
A: The net weight depends upon the product inside the jar. Since we dont know what the product is, we display the jars in their fluid ounce capacities (the liquid volume they would hold). The net weight shown on our website for the 9 oz jar is for jelly.
Q: Can I freeze pesto sauce in this jar?
A: While any of our glass bottles can be put in the freezer, it depends on the product inside whether the contents will expand or not. We always recommend that you test your product in the container you have selected prior to use.
Q: Can I preserve lemons in the 9oz hexa bottles??
Do i have to do the canning??
A: Yes, these jars are suitable for preserving fruits. Whether or not you need a vacuum seal depends on your recipe. Please reference this Complete Guide to Home Canning
for any additional questions you may have.
Q: The Hexagonal 6oz Jars can we get Shrink wraps for it?
Also can I use this Jar for water-bath canning.
A: Click here to order shrink bands
for these jars. For the 6 oz. size, you will need to select the 58/400 neck finish. These jars can be used for the hot water bath canning method.
Q: are these bottles and lids good for hot sauce (I bottle) using hot water?
A: Yes, these glass bottles and metal lids are suitable for bottling your sauce using the hot water bath method.
Q: I want to order 312 jars, but I see the maximum order as 120. Would I need to order multiples? Do the lids come with the jars or separate?
A: You can order any multiple of the quantities you see listed online. For a total of 312 bottles, we suggest that you order 2 cases of 120 bottles, 1 bag of 48 and 2 boxes of 12. The lids are sold separately. Once you select your bottle quantity, you will be prompted to choose your lids on the following page and the size and quantity of your lids will automatically match the size and quantity of your bottles. If you need assistance with your order, please feel free to call us toll free at 888-215-0023.
Q: Does this jar come in a 32 oz size? Am lookong for 300 pc.
A: Unfortunately, we dont carry the Hexagonal Glass Jar in the size you are looking for. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Q: Can I use these for jam and waterbath sealing?
A: Yes, these jars are suitable for preserving fruits. Whether or not you need a vacuum seal depends on your recipe. Please reference this Complete Guide to Home Canning for any additional questions you may have.
Q: Are the jars/lids sealable?
A: Yes. These closures are designed to be used when hot packing to create a vacuum seal.
Q: can I pressure seal these jars in a pressure cooker?
A: You can use them in a hot water bath. The plastisol lined metal twist off caps offered with these jars endure boiling water temperatures of up to 220° F.