Turn your favorite regular mouth mason jar into a foaming soap dispenser!
These sprayer tops convert any regular mouth mason jars into multi-purpose spray bottles! With these mason jar lids, you have the perfect plant sprayer, room spray holder, and eco-friendly solution for cleaning solutions. The sprayer can be adjusted from a fine mist to a stronger stream setting and come with an 8 inch dip tube to fit even our largest size mason jars. Simply cut the tube to fit the jar you have on hand.
Fits all regular mouth, standard size mason jars, including all of the bulk products sold at Eco Collective in returnable and reusable mason jars at our Seattle storefront (or for store pickup).
Pairs perfectly with our just-add-water all-purpose cleaner, our liquid all purpose cleaner, alcohol cleaning spray and more. Opt for beautiful, upcycled glass spray bottles that are easy to clean between uses.
Use and care
Screw on to any regular mouth (also called small-mouth) canning jars (with a 2.5 inch diameter). Perfect for use with household liquid spray products such as water for plants, cleaning spray and more.
Intended for cleaning products, watering plants, and many other household uses. Not designed for use with food.
Depending on the size of your jar, you may want to trim the dip tube with scissors so it just touches the bottom of your jar.
Turn the nozzle to switch between a mist spray or a stronger stream spray setting.
Durable BPA free PP and HDPE plastic.
Sourced from Jarmazing, a distributor of reusable pumps in New York, USA. The sprayer is made in China and assembled in Freeville, New York.
Jarmazing has been been creating beautiful home and office accessories since 2015. From soap dispensers to spray bottles, all the designs in our line are built to last, and are assembled in their studio in Freeville, New York.
End of life
We encourage you to reuse this sprayer again and again, and pass it along to a friend or neighbor if you no longer need or want it. If it breaks, check with your local recycling collector to see if they will take it. Pumps are often not recyclable which is why we encourage reuse first!