Universal washers 2 ears Ø 85 mm - Bag of 10 - Le Parfait
Bag of 10 Le Parfait orange rubber gaskets of 85mm diameter with 2 lugs.
Made in France.
Bag of 10 Le Parfait orange rubber washers 85mm in diameter.
The 2 ears of these flexible seals allow opening of the jars which remains simple and without the slightest effort.
Compatible with Le Parfait gasket jars :
- Jars with seal 0.5 L Ø 85 mm
- Joint jars 0.75 L Ø 85 mm
- Jars with seal 1 L Ø 85 mm
- Gasket jars 1.5 L Ø 85 mm
- Jars with seal 2 L Ø 85 mm
- Terrine 350 gr Ø 85 mm
To easily open the jar, we recommend that you use a washer puller.
It is recommended to change the seal after each sterilization, the jars being sealed using these famous rubber seals.
Made in France.
- Natural rubber
- By 10
- Neck diameter
- 85 mm
- Manufacturing country
- Type of cover
Le Parfait seal jars
These jars come in seven different capacities, from 0.25L (for your pickles, tapenades, pâté...) to 3L (perfect for tomato sauces or soups...). They can be useful to store bulk food that you buy in organic shops or to sterilize preparations. Their curved shape is airtight thanks to the metal frame and the orange rubber washer. This seal allows the perfect sealing of the jars and the success of the conservation. It must be changed for each new sterilization cycle.
These jars with seals allow you to preserve fresh vegetables from your garden, but also cooked dishes such as boeuf bourguignon, pot-au-feu... Simply prepare them in advance. In need of ideas to prepare dinner? Hop, you have a jar ready to be eaten!
Le Parfait jam jars
There are jam jars in every season. It's a perfect way to preserve and enjoy them at any time of the year. We all have our own special favourites: strawberry jam, mirabelle plum jam, raspberry jam, cherry jam... Our Le Parfait jam jars are made of glass with an aluminium lid. With a diameter of 82mm, we offer them in two capacities: 324ml and 385ml. These jam jars are strong and durable, so you can reuse them as many times as you like! They are also perfect for preparing marmalades, jellies, chestnut creams or homemade spreads..
The history of Le Parfait
It was in the 1930s that the brand was born in France near Reims at the Verreries Mécaniques Champenoises. While keeping the elements that made its success and its reputation, Le Parfait has been able to cross the century by innovating to offer more and more choices to consumers who love home-made products
The brand's factory is located in the heart of the Auvergne, near Puy-Guillaume, a town of 3000 souls. Today, it exports to many countries such as the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Japan, the United States..
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