Question: Where are Kerr jars made?

Kerr Glass has had glass manufacturing plants located at: Altoona, Kansas (from 1909-1912); Sand Springs, Oklahoma (1912 to 1992); Huntington, West Virginia (from 1933; this plant closed December 7, 1982 – information from Mike Harmon); Santa Ana, California (1943-1992); Plainfield, Illinois (1964-1996); Dunkirk,

Where are Kerr jar lids manufactured?

the USA Ball, Bernardin and Kerr are all owned by Jarden Home Brands and are all manufactured in the USA. Bernardin are comparable to Ball lids in every way except for the design and that they are normally only sold in Canada.

Are Kerr canning lids made in China?

The lids are NOT genuine Ball lids; theyre made in China, and many of them have small dents. The gaskets are all white, without the typical brick-red sealing gasket that we expect on Ball (and Kerr) lids.

Can you reuse Weck jar seals?

Can you reuse the rubber seal? In all printed materials available in the US, they dont recommend that you use the rubber seal for Weck jars more than once.

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