Re: Baby food jars?
- From: Briarroot <briarroot@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Jul 2009 08:45:39 -0400
Jari T wrote:
I use slightly rinsed sauerkraut jars to store McClellands VAs. Haven't noticed any transfer.
<ducking & running>
To the OP:
Any jar with a lid that can be sealed so that it is *absolutely* air tight will provide proper storage for tobacco. I use wax-sealed mason jars for long term storage and aging. I use bail-top jars for short-term storage of bulk tobaccos and for tobaccos that come in rectangular tins. Bail-top jars have rubber seals and a hinged lid that closes tightly; not a permanent seal, but good enough for short-term usage.
My advice: Send those baby food jars to the recycling center and get yourself some bail-top jars. They're fairly cheap and shouldn't put a dent in your budget. You won't be sorry.
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