DetailsThese screw caps fit our 16 oz. PET bottles, and they come with a tamper-evident ring just like the large soda companies use. 24 to a bag.
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4.7 / 5.026 ReviewsI have no regrets ( Edit AS NECESSARY )Hello
I ordered the lids thinking that they would screw on a regular soda bottle (Coke Sprite etc ) When they got here I realized they were to large 28 mm seemed like the size of some of the bottles in the catalog. I called to get a RMA number an asked if you had the size I had wanted in the beginning to exchange./ I was told they don't know. So I shipped them back with the required RMA number.
Completely satisfied with service but wondered about the lack of knowledge on the beverage bottles I had requested.April 4, 2017Purchased
1 year agoCan hold high CO2 pressureThese caps hold a lot of pressure in, and are much better than I imagined. Plastic can withstand higher pressure than glass, and you can make high pressure soda and beer with these.March 25, 2014Soda capsThese caps can handle very high pressure, more than you will have for beer._x000D_No leaking at all.January 30, 2014Hold high carbonation levelsThey fit the plastic bottles and can hold very high pressure without leaking. I use these for soda and for beer samples.December 25, 2013Hold in CO2A plastic bottle can hold a lot more pressure than a glass bottle, and these caps can handle the pressure. Don't use cheaper caps, they will leak, these won't.November 22, 2013Prevent loss of carbon dioxideThese caps grip well and you wont end up with flat beer or soda which you will get if you reuse plastic bottle caps. You can also reuse these caps a bunch of times, so the price works out to be reasonable.September 3, 2013Good little productThese are worth the money. They make soda-making easy.August 20, 2013Good QualityThese caps are very good quality for very little money!!July 24, 2013looks great on the PET bottlesI like bringing the PET bottles to the pool to get around the no glass rule. If you want homebrew at the pool this is the way to go. Since I haven't seen home beer canning equipment for sale, this is a pretty good idea. The caps seal completely and look like a bottle of soda sealed at the factory. They have that ring that is left on the bottle when you break the seal. I simply cut it off after I have enjoyed the beer and reuse the bottle. I don't reuse the caps though and they are a bit more expensive. However, I only fill one or two bottles each brew during the summer time.July 20, 2013Nice capsThese caps are pretty nice. For the price, you cant beat them! They are easy to use and the kids just love them! I havent had one leak and they keep the carbonation in like they are supposed to. Will definitely buy these again!July 9, 2013
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 5 answersis there anything special to do to reuse these? I have not had good luck on the second use...BEST ANSWER: I've had no trouble reusing them; in fact, I've got some that I've used numerous times, and they've always sealed perfectly. After the first use the break-off seal at the bottom tends to get in the way, but I usually just clip it off, and the caps work just as well without it.Are these available in black?