It can be difficult to find the right sized gasket for an older glass container. This guide is about finding replacement gaskets for glass canister.
Here are questions related to Finding Replacement Gaskets for Glass Canister.
I can't figure out how to measure for the replacements. The inner opening of the jar not the lid is 3 1/4" diameter approximately. The replacements I see say they are 2 3/4" inner diameter.
By Lizzyanny 12/31/2014
Those would be the right size for your jars.
I am looking for a replacement 3.5 inch round glass jar lid with gasket only for my ice tea glass jar dispenser with spigot. I measured the round inner jar top dimensions. I live in NYC or website locations would also be good. Thank You!
I need replacement gaskets for my glass canisters. The gaskets measure 3 5/8" inside diameter
. Do you know where I can get these?
By Joyce H
By Carol L Craig 10/30/2014
I ordered mine from Fantes Kitchen Wares-I found them online about 2 years ago. The shipment arrived fast and I was very satisfied with the rubber gaskets.
I'm looking for seals for my glass canisters. I need 3 1/2 inch in size. Where can I find some?
By Tonya Y from Joshua, TX
By Beth B.03/25/2013
My Ace Hardware reliably has them! If not there, then Sur la Table, but they're bound to be more expensive there.
I bought a glass cookie jar that sits on it's side with a wooden lid. The lid has no gasket to fit tight to the jar. Does anyone know where I could get one? I have tried Google and haven't found what I'm looking for yet. Would silicone work on the lid to make a tight fit? I'm hoping someone can help me, I really like the jar. Thanks so much.
Joyce from Coffeyville, Kansas
By melody_yesterday 10/15/2008
I had a thought of this today after reading this post a couple days ago: Wrap Saran wrap or other similar plastic wrap tightly around the inner part of the lid where the seal is missing.
Tear off a piece long enough to go around that part of the jar at least one time & twist it starting at a corner very tightly until it is all twisted & secure it. Which ever of the tips by readers work for you, it would be interesting to know!
By Kim Churchman 10/13/2008
I would use silicone caulk, but I would put it between two sheets of waxed paper or something. Then I would trim it to fit with scissors. Try looking on eBay first, because there are still manufacturers of those gaskets making them.
By Tina Siegl 10/09/2008
I have two things to suggest. The first is a large, thick rubber band wrapped around the area of the lid that would normally be covered by a gasket. The second is to run a thick band of hot glue in that area to mimick a gasket.
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