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    • Repurposing: Parmesan Cheese Covers

      Re-Purposing Parmesean Cheese Lid Did you know that a Parmesan Cheese can lid will fit a mason jar? Use them to store your own homemade powder recipes, seasoning mixes, pet treats, snack items like m&m candies, or even homemade pest repellent powders. The flip top allows for easy distribution of pest repellents such as diatomaceous earth or homemade carpet deodorizers.
      Comments 9 Comments
      1. lala72's Avatar
        That's a great re-purposing idea. Not cheesy at all.
      1. kdw352's Avatar
        That is an awesome idea. I've used them for pet treats. Easy to shake out
      1. Lindak's Avatar
        I used one on a 1/2 pint jar to store my taco seasoning. love it..
      1. Lindak's Avatar
        I love this idea, I used a 1/2 pint jar with parmesan lid to store the homemade taco seasoning. I love it...
      1. klwdrj03's Avatar
        Thanks so much for this info! I have been making my own gel air freshners and this will work great them! I can think of a lot of ways I can use these handy little lids!!
      1. Deborah_D's Avatar
        Thank you so much, why didn't I think of this?? I am learning so much from this site!
      1. Shellc1971's Avatar
        Great idea... But why not just use the entire container? I can understand if you use a small pint jar, but why not reuse the Parmesan jar itself?
      1. MessyMom's Avatar
        Thank you!! I never thought to try the lid on a mason jar! I hate the plastic container if I need to keep it in the cupboard or on the counter, but just the lid isn't bad! The reason I like a glass jar better is it doesn't get knocked over as easily. I tend to get rammy in the kitchen and it irritates me when I slide things over and they fall over. Silly I know
      1. Skykai's Avatar
        Thank you. Great idea!

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