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Everyday Amazon price.
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These are great for storing people food too.
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These might fit yoplait oui bottles.
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I actually bought these a few weeks ago. Same price. They are difficult to get onto the can. I tried them on 5.5 oz friskies cat food can and it's like they're a millimeter or two too small. If you read some of the reviews some say they do not fit standard cans. They do fit eventually, but it is a heck of a fight to get them on. Much quicker to pull out the plastic wrap.
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For those who don't know (I didn't until recently) the cheap tin used in cans will typically break down once unsealed. This will cause the food the have a metallic taste. Try to avoid storing anything in them, even for a few days.
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For those who don't know (I didn't until recently) the cheap tin used in cans will typically break down once unsealed. This will cause the food the have a metallic taste. Try to avoid storing anything in them, even for a few days.
This isn't true, the argument to transfer to another container after opening is flavor.

Why would you think the interior of the can, which holds the food, would corrode after opening?
Regardless, even if it magically starts to corrode after opening for some reason, how many years do you think people leave opened cans in their fridge?
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This isn't true, the argument to transfer to another container after opening is flavor.
Exactly why I cited a metallic taste
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I actually bought these a few weeks ago. Same price. They are difficult to get onto the can. I tried them on 5.5 oz friskies cat food can and it's like they're a millimeter or two too small. If you read some of the reviews some say they do not fit standard cans. They do fit eventually, but it is a heck of a fight to get them on. Much quicker to pull out the plastic wrap.
After they develope a small crack, they fit. The small crack eventually turns into a big split that actually makes it fit better.
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I thought about getting these because the old can covers I have became a little loose and one has a tiny split. Too many reviews though about the tight fit and splitting. Seems the plastic on these is thin and stiff.

My old can covers are 14 years old and very flexible soft plastic. They fit nice and tight when I first got them but the flexible plastic still made it easy to to put on. Brand is called Good Idea. They really held up. Too bad I can't find them again!
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Exactly why I cited a metallic taste
You are both kind of right. The interior of the can is lined. But the metal that you cut into with the can opener corrodes almost overnight. I keep doing this out of laziness.
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I bought this sept 3 for same price. So far no problems. They can be a little difficult to get onto dog food cans but nothing unmanageable.

I do expect them to end up cracking in the dishwasher but at this price I figured who cares. I expect even the higher priced ones to break eventually anyway so for last 2 weeks they've been just fine
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You are both kind of right. The interior of the can is lined. But the metal that you cut into with the can opener corrodes almost overnight. I keep doing this out of laziness.
Well we can take your word for it or take USDA's:

https://ask.usda.gov/s/article/Is...frigerator

https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm...OD=AJPERES
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Well we can take your word for it or take USDA's:

https://ask.usda.gov/s/article/Is...frigerator

https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm...OD=AJPERES
What's you point?


"Any unused portions must then be refrigerated in clean containers.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is the public health agency in the U.S. Department of Agriculture responsible for ensuring that the na- tion's commercial supply of meat, poultry, and egg products is safe, whole- some, and correctly labeled and packaged.
USDA Meat & Poultry"

Per your reference
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These might fit yoplait oui bottles.
Have you tried?
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