Stretchy Can Cover Lids 6-Pack
Ditch the cling wrap and foil and use these reusable silicone covers for cans, jars, small bowls, and half-cut fruit!
Want to save your drink or fruit for later? Grab one of these and stretch it over the top for a secure fit.
Silicone is temperature resistant from -40F and 450F so you can microwave these, freeze them, and wash them in the top rack of the dishwasher. Please make sure they are secured in the dishwasher by stretching them over several points.
- Aluminum cans
- Standard Mouth Mason Jars
- Wide-Mouth Mason Jars (tight fit)
- Yogurt Cups
- Glass Jars
- 1/2 Lemons, Oranges, Limes
Size: 2.5" round and stretches to 3.5"
These are excellent covers. They are stretchy and strong and work perfectly over and over. Highly recommend!
I love these little guys! I actually bought more of them because they are the perfect size for covering cans and drinks. They work great, and I love reducing my waste!
They are the perfect size to cover more than I realized. I bought them to cover tiny open cans of cat food. And then I realized that they fit other things, too, especially a partially finished glass of wine!
Great product!. Seals up cans of partially consumed carbonated beverages, even crowlers, so that other refrigerator odors don't taint the drink. It also does a decent job of preventing the beverage from going flat.
I've been eyeing these for so long and I'm so glad I finally got a pack. They fit perfectly over cans, which is great if you're trying to be mindful of your waste (like aluminum foil I've used in the past). These just make meal prep or a quick mid-day lunch from a can sooo convenient. I've also seen people use them over pet products (wet cat food) too! Thanks for an awesome, easy to use and care for product!
These are wonderful little lids for the small cat food cans. I use them everyday. They are strong and durable. Great product.
I use these on jars, glasses, and even half apples. They work great. With the other silicone lids (larger) that I have, and with honey-waxed cotton, I haven’t bought plastic wrap in over 2 1/2 years. Still haven’t used up what I had before buying the silicone lids.