16 oz. Clear PET Plastic Jar with White Ribbed Lid

9243K
$0.82

Availability: Out of stock

Great for storing and displaying creams, lotions, bath salts, body butters and balms, bath scrubs, and other health and beauty creations!

 

Product Description

This PET jar is our largest, highest-grade container for natural creams, lotions, bath salts, bath scrubs, and other health and beauty creations! The clear, shatterproof plastic beautifully displays its contents. The solid white lid is ribbed for an easy grip when twisting on and off. Check out Making Aromatherapy Creams and Lotions by Donna Maria for great personal care recipes.

Volume: 16 oz.—2 c. (Click here for charts on volume conversion and container sizes.)

Dimensions: 3½" diameter x 3½" tall (with lid).

For more information about the kinds of plastics in our containers and their safety with essential oils, click here.



Reviews

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Pleased with the size and quality of the jars. Perfect size for my salt scrubs, and lotions. (Posted on 5/21/2018)
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I love these for storing left overs in my fridge. The see through container never gets overlooked. I don't ever need that big of a container for oils, but might use it to store little oil bottles or other supplies.

I would love it if they had even bigger ones; nice, multi-use, see through, unbreakable jars. Water tight too so they don't leak. (Posted on 5/7/2018)
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These are exactly what I was looking for. I can't believe how affordable they are for the quality of it. (Posted on 4/18/2018)
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Nice-these are gray for salt/sugar scrubs. (Posted on 3/15/2018)
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I am so pleased to have found your company, as these 9243K - 16 oz. Clear PET Plastic Jars with White Ribbed are exactly what I was looking for. The price, shipping and whole experience persuades me to return for more. Thank You
(Posted on 1/13/2017)
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An excellent value - no nonsense for small orders - no ridiculous "small order charge or outrageous shipping fees. Easy web experience. Fast shipping. Product just as represented - teacher making waterless snow globes with third graders. (Posted on 1/12/2017)

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