But now cans are everywhere… they’ve taken over my grandmother’s antique china cabinet in the basement…
Keeping them organized is a little harder said than done -but I’ve been struggling to do my best.
Since we’re hoping to move soon, I’ve been looking for a better solution to move the jars, my canned goods and let’s face it – get rid of some of the crappy boxes laying around. Then I stumbled on JarBOXes online and I was excited to see I wasn’t the only one dealing with these issues! Even better – JarBOX agreed to send me some of their boxes to review.
If you are moving the JarBOXes any distance and require a more secure hold, each has holes perfect for zip ties or rope to secure the pieces together.
I was happy to see the Pint sized JarBOX – most of my jams and preserves are in smaller jars. The spaces hod most pint sized jars, but will not hold the shorter square pint jars. Instead they easily fit inside the Quart JarBOX.
JarBOXes can easily be stacked to save on space too. No more worrying about cans toppling over if something is accidentally hit. Once your JarBOXes are stacked the ridges on top of each pod actually interlock so they are more secure.
Quickly my canning overload became organized and clean on my shelves again. I know where everything is, and I’m comforted in knowing that they are secure inside the JarBOXes for when we move.
If anything should happen to the cans as we move, only the jar that are on the impacted corner might take the hit – not the whole box. JarBOXes have even been used in areas that are prone to earthquakes to help protect canned goods. While Michigan isn’t known to have big earthquakes (we do get small ones), knowing my cans are secure for that upcoming move brings me a peace of mind. Enough so – I may even start bringing requested preserves to my blogging friends who want to trade!
JarBOX is currently having a sale where you can get either their Quart or Pint Size JarBOX for half off! The sale ends 8/18 so don’t miss it!
Do you love the idea of using JarBOXes to protect your canned goods? You can enter to win a Quart and a Pint JarBOX! Read how to enter below!
How can you win?
Enter to win with the form below. The mandatory entry is leaving a comment on this blog post telling me what you would protect in your JarBOX. If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form linked below!
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