DetailsWire Hoods are used to help keep the cork in place on a champagne bottle. Without them the cork would likely pop out as the champagne carbonates. These wire hoods are mandatory when using the plastic champagne stoppers. 50 wire hoods per bag.
Note: Plastic Champagne Stoppers are pictured with the wire hoods, but are sold separately.
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5.0 / 5.011 ReviewsCappinLooking forward to bottling kombucha with these guys.January 17, 2016They seem to hold tightI just put on 2 dozen and they seem to be snug and hold the stopper securely. These ar not cheap thin wired hoods, these are quality._x000D_ These are strong metal wire, and thick enough to hold the stopper.March 17, 2013They hold the corks in placeYou need to get the right corks and bottles. Having the right tool to attach them helps too, so buy the wire tightener. Overall these work well for champagne .March 30, 2013SecureThese are good for securing the champagne stopper. They are made of thick metal that you need a tool to apply. They are not think little wires you can easily bend by hand.April 17, 2013Good for holding Champagne corksThese work well, and add a nice touch to the presentation. I got the wire twisting tool Midwest sells to help put them on because the metal wires are thick and not easily twisted..May 30, 2013Needed for holding down the plastic champagne corksThis isn't just a decorative item, you really do want to use them so the corks don't pop out. They are strong and require some hand strength to manipulate.July 18, 2013Needed to hold down the stopperThese are hard to put on, but you need to use them to hold down the stopper. They do hold tight, so get them, and get the wire tying tool.August 29, 2013Work with champagne corksThe wire hoods are important to use in order to secure the champagne cork in place. Otherwise it can (and will) shoot out. They are hard to put on though, so get the tool.October 15, 2013They work but get the tightenerThese are needed to hold the plastic stoppers in place. Be sure to get the tightener, else you will be spending a lot of time with a pliers.December 15, 2013
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