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Bottles

Different shades of glass result naturally from iron impurities in the natural ingredients from which it is made.

Airtight storage can be maintained by regularly cleaning the rim of the jar or bottle, and the sealing ring, gasket, or stopper. When preserving, always use new seals.

Corks (from tree bark) make a good airtight seal when wet. Bottles that hold liquids, like wine, for example, should be stored on their side to keep the cork constantly wet. Bottles with rubber corks don't need to be stored on their side. All corked bottles that hold oils should be stored upright after opening.

Lightning closures, or 'bail tops', have a clasp or toggle, a neck tie-wire, a lever wire, and a gasketed lid to make containers airtight. This is especially useful for carbonated beverage bottles and for canning and storage jars.

TIP:To prevent chipping on glass rims and lids with lightning closures, hold down the lid with one hand while unclasping or clasping the lightning closure (the clasp or toggle) with the other hand.
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