|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 4.9 x 3.56 cm; 22.68 Grams|
|Item Weight||22.7 g|
Jokari 2 Count Push-and-Pour Milk Spouts 2-Count
|Price:||+ $7.63 Delivery|
- Pack of 2 pour-and-seal milk spouts replace the cap on most plastic milk, juice or water jugs
- Spout fits snugly into mouth of container for a no-spill pour every time
- Flip-top lid snaps tight to seal in freshness
- No more twisting caps on and off; great for anyone with arthritis
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Milk in twist-off cap containers is pretty convenient, but wouldn't you love to have a dollar for every time you twisted those caps on and off? Jokari has come up with a clever little gadget that lets you untwist that cap once and throw it away! The push-and-pour milk spout slips firmly into the mouth of most plastic milk, juice or water jugs for a smooth, no-drip pour every time. And, when you've filled those glasses, the spout snaps closed to seal in freshness. It's great for anyone with arthritis, too. Thanks Jokari! For over 40 years, Jokari has held a special place in its heart for gadgets; today, they specialize in providing affordable solutions to common problems faced by consumers. From their exclusive collection of Paula Deen storage and organization solutions to unique kitchen gadgets and Healthy Steps portion control kitchen tools, Jokari is committed to creating useful and often crazy looking "thingamajigs" that are fun, colorful and easy to use.
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Some of the ad photos seem to be of another design than what I received. (Mine do not twist on or have an O-ring seal as in some of the ad photos.)
You install these by pushing them into the carton. (Like a cork.)
The hinge pins are made of metal. (Hopefully stainless steel.)
Thorough cleaning requires removing the silicone rubber seals.
Securing the spout lid after pouring is done by pushing the flap down until it snaps under a small plastic lip on the spout. A small spatter of milk flies out as it snaps into place. The Silicone rubber seal compresses a bit providing an air tight seal. But I would not upend or place it on it's side as it may leak.