Turn your favorite regular mouth mason jar into a foaming soap dispenser!
This BPA free reusable soap dispenser can be used again and again to dispense our foaming hand soap concentrate refills or any other foaming hand soap.
You can opt to include a sheet of foaming soap stickers to label your jar if you'd like!
With an extra-long dip tube and standard threading, the foaming pump works with most vintage and contemporary jars, including half-pint, pint, and quart jars. Compatible brands include Ball, Kerr, Kilner, Golden Harvest, as well as countless unbranded jars on supermarket shelves.
Use and care
We recommend filling a regular mouth mason jar about 1/4 to 1/3rd of the way full with our foaming hand soap concentrate, and filling the rest of the jar with water. Screw on this foaming soap dispenser lid, swirl to mix, and dispense one pump per hand washing session!
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.
Want to check if your jar is compatible? Simply measure the top of your canning jar. If it?s 2.5 inches, you?ve got a regular mouth (aka small mouth) jar, and this lid will fit. Please note that this adapter will not fit wide-mouth jars, which have a 3 inch rim diameter.
Durable BPA free PP and HDPE plastic.
Stickers - waterproof vinyl.
If you opt for stickers, they will come on a slick paper sticker sheet that is not recyclable. Up to you if you prefer not to get this!
Sourced from Jarmazing, a distributor of reusable pumps in New York, USA. The pumps are 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 pump 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!