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Cone lined caps such as these provide an exceptional amount of security when fitted to a bottle. The air-tight seal ensures that there is absolutely zero chance of leakage when the cap is adequately tightened. The professional quality of these caps means that there's zero chance of any liquids evaporating or becoming contaminated by outside sources. Pairing this cap with any of our range of bottles that share the same closure size ensures that you're getting value for money and premium quality safety.
The caps worked great and the customer assistance was top-notch....thank you!
Exactly what we needed at a great price.
Good product.... great service! Enjoy working with GBO.
They are a little taller and has more head space at 4 oz than my other bottles (bought elsewhere). Didn't realize what poly cone meant, so I hope they will work with my ingredients. But at 25% less than others, should work fine.
Just what we were looking for.
my order was just as described and fast shipping
The caps are just what I was looking for. Very satisfied with speed of shipment, too! Thank you!
This was my 1st order from this company. I needed bottles for vanilla. I'm ordering another dozen when returning from vacation. They're great for homemade vanilla extract. My 12 4-oz bottles with black poly cone caps arrived well packed and undamaged. My order was placed late 12/8, shipped 12/9 and arrived 12/14. My order was only $11.65. I think that included an extra charge to make sure they arrived before Christmas vacation. They didn't have an odor but I washed them alone w/o detergent in the dishwasher and then gently boiled them in water. At first it was a bit difficult to remove the poly cones for sanitizing but that's a good feature. After the bottles and tops cooled, so the alcohol wouldn't evaporate, I filled the bottles using a small funnel. The glass wasn't thin and the caps were good. I did have to set the bottles on hard surface, as opposed to holding them in my hand, in order to get the caps to thread correctly but that wasn't a problem once I figured that out.