- Polypropylene rack with separate, fitted lifter that works in large stockpots at least 7½" tall and 9½" in diameter
- 3/ 1-pint jars
- 60-pc. labels
- Illustrated, simplified canning instruction Recipe book
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Being a Home canner and jelly/jam maker for decades now, I have used a LOT of labels, both permanent and "removable" that don't live up up their names. There are the only ones that stay on and then rinse off when wet instead off coming our of the dishwasher with the ink gone and the label even more securely affixed!
I find that the labels do not release correctly and parts of the labels stick and tear, which make me write another lable. I have already used 1 box of labels for only 44 jars and am upsset with the quality.
This kit was really great and affordable. I wish it included the utensils so it could be a complete starter's kit.
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 221 ratings
94% of reviewers recommend this product
90% say this is a "good value"
Though NOT a beginning canner, I purchased this so I could can using a large stock pot, rather than my "grannyware" canner.. Worked perfectly for 1/2 pint put ups! Would be great for a new canner to NOT have to purchase all new supplies until they felt comfortable with the process.. Glad BALL thought of this!
If you're like me, and have a large stockpot, and you need a rack that fits what you've already got - this is for you! It was the BEST! Seriously, you've got to get this. I used the 3 jars it came with to make Ball's recipe for Jalapeno Salsa (from their Blue Book). Success!
These labels are a blessing, so that I can easily remove them with a little warm soap and water. It makes re-using my jars so much easier. I'd love to see these designed in a sheet of labels for a printer. That would be way cool!
The labels that come in a box of jars are extremely difficult to remove. There are also never enough, as I use jars more than once. Standard printing labels don't stay on jars. These dissolvable labels are fantastic. I can have as many labels as I need, and no more scrubbing the daylights out of jars to get old labels off. I love these labels.
Great for labeling all jars. I use jars for food storage, canning, sewing and crafts, desk supplies. I also have pets that love to chew on cardboard, making paper or plastic containers (which most desk, food, craft and sewing supplies are packaged in) hazardous for them. I store everything in glass containers. The labels can be placed anywhere to be seen in drawers or cabinets easily. They are a perfect size and shape.
Plan to use with canned goods along with the jar labels on the lids of my design. Since the lids get thrown away upon opening, these labels can be used to identify what's in the jar while it's in the fridge. Would be especially useful if in a sheet that could be printed like Avery labels but don't know if dot matrix printer ink would dissolve it after printing.