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Add another level of safety to handling hot jars with this innovative Ball® Secure Grip Hot Jar Handler that is an essential for the home-canning enthusiast who wants to keep safety at the forefront. This revolutionary product makes fast work of handling hot quart-size or smaller jars of fresh tomato juice, homemade salsa or heirloom green beans. Designed to fit on your hand easily, this mitt-style handler is equipped with silicone gripping threads that let you quickly and easily handle even the most slippery jars safely and lessen your chances of dropping a jar. Slip this mitt on for handling hot jars instead of using a pot holder or towel. Stitching around the edges of this mitt add durability and resilience to its design, giving it the staying power it needs to be used canning season after canning season without falter. It can be used for handling hot jars of homemade sauerkraut, beets, jams or jellies and holding them with stability while you secure the jars' bands or for filling hot jars or moving filled jars safely. The design is dishwasher safe to make cleanup fast and efficient.
Heat-resistant design lets you handle hot jars safely
Slip-proof mitt gives secure grip on jars
Contoured to fit your hand for comfort and enhanced usability
A must for the home canner
Dishwasher-safe design cleans up quickly
Great for moving and filling hot jars or for securing bands
I haven't had an opportunity to use this product with a hot jar, however when I put it on my hand it seems a bit small. I am somewhat disappointed that the product seems to be fitted for someone with a very small hand.
This hot jar handler works great for picking up hot jars but not so well when you have to try and put the lid on. I found that I had to use a wash cloth because of the hot jar. Also the area where your hand goes in is small because I have large hands.
This is a great, handy little gadget! No more burnt fingers picking up a jar you thought was cooled off! Would tell everyone who does Pressure Canning this is a must-have in your canning tool box. GREAT product.
The hot jar handler works well but when canning quickly it took too much time to put on my hand every time I needed to hold on to a hot jar. I believe the thickness of the design is a hindrance because it took too long for me to place my hand inside (and I have a small hand) and it seemed like I did not have a good enough grip on the jar. I used it for several minutes and then went back to using a towel to hold my hot jars.