This pump attachment lid transforms any regular mouth mason jar into a dispenser! It's perfect for products like liquid soaps, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, hair gel, hand sanitizer, and more. You can choose different colors to help indicate what's what!
Upcycling and reuse is the essence of zero waste. We recommend adding this attachment to a mason jar you already own! Even the pump itself is made from BPA free recycled materials.
We love using mason jars for refillable products since the wider opening makes them so easy to clean in between uses!
This pump pairs perfectly with the reusable and returnable mason jars that our bulk products come in at Eco Collective, or any regular mouth mason jar you have at home. you can trim the dip tube to fit different sizes of mason jars. It's pictured here with a 16 oz jar.
Fits regular mouth mason jars of any size. Pictured: 16 oz mason jar.
Trim the dip tube to fit your mason jar, it should just reach the bottom of the jar.
Use and care
Attach this soap pump to a mason jar by snapping the top portion into a regular mouth mason jar ring/collar, and screwing the assembled pieces onto any regular mouth mason jar. Trim the dip tube as needed to fit your jar; it should just reach the bottom of the jar for best results.
Pump to dispense the product of your choice!
To clean, pump soapy water through it repeatedly, use a straw brush to clean the dip tube, and follow up by pumping with clean water until it's no longer soapy. Let dry between uses. It's also dishwasher safe!
BPA free recycled plastic.
Mason jar ring: stainless steel.
Made with recycled materials in China, and designed by and distributed from Jarware, a Pennsylvania company dedicated to reuse, repurpose and recycle. They create elegant, useful, and affordable accessories for the iconic mason jar, so you can reuse and repurpose to your heart's content.
End of life
This product is durable and reusable. Reuse it again and again with regular mouth mason jars, or give it to a friend or donate to a thrift shop if you're not using it. Depending on your local recycling options, it may be recyclable, but in most cases goes to landfill if it's broken.