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Kitchen Canisters...

Posted by roadtrip (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 5, 06 at 10:59

I have a set of older McCoy kitchen canisters and the rubber gasket on the lids have dried out and won't create a seal now. Anyone know where to find replacement gaskets?


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RE: Kitchen Canisters...

Any hardware store should carry them.Aces in my area stocks them for canning,pressure cookers and all kinds of things.

RE: Kitchen Canisters...

I would think an hardware of home improvement store should have them.
Sue 102

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