Glass Jars With Lids
I would like to take my hat off to the ubiquitous and modest Glass Jars With Lids.
They are household items that are very often overlooked. When packing to move house recently I was amazed by the number of different items I had stored in glass jars with lids. The jars I found contained:
- Mechanical items such as nuts screws washers and bolts.
- Wood screws.
- Items of haberdashery
- Beads and other craft items.
- Items of jewellery.
- Pins and needles
Another thing that can be done with glass jars with lids is to transform them to have another use. One of the most popular is as a candle holder. You could buy a long wick and some wax and make your own candle. Remember to use low melting point wax and a wick that is not to thick otherwise the candle will generate too much heat and the glass jar could shatter. If you are looking for an environmentally friendly packaging then glass jars with lids fit the bill perfectly. The reason for this is that glass can be reused an unlimited number of times unlike plastic which can only be recycled a few times due to a break down of the plastic’s structure. If you use a lot of prepared sauces bought from the supermarket then you are going to have a lot of glass jars with lids
knocking around to use. I have 4 favourite methods of recycling glass jars and here they are: