It used to be that you could find the glassware needed for making, storing and using colloidal silver just about anywhere, locally.
But lately, it’s been more difficult to find some of these items. Even the one-quart glass canning jars – such as Ball or Mason jars – have become difficult to find locally, in some parts of the country.
But I’ve got good news for you, below. There are still plenty of good online sources through which you can obtain these glassware products relatively inexpensively.
But first, before you order online, have you checked around locally?
In many areas of the country, Wal-Mart still carries one-quart glass canning jars, such as the popular Ball and Mason jars.
If you can’t find them at Wal-Mart, try your local chain supermarket. Our local Albertson’s supermarket carries one-quart Ball canning jars, for example.
I even found a bunch of one-quart canning jars earlier this year at a local Michael’s Crafts store –
-- and I was surprised to find larger half gallon glass canning jars at a Hobby Lobby outlet! They were expensive, at $5 each, but I picked up five of them just because they’re so difficult to find, yet so handy for making larger batches of colloidal silver.
Often, you can also locally find some of the more functional glass containers, such as glass pump spray bottles for spraying colloidal silver onto your body, or onto household contact surfaces you might want to disinfect.
For example, my local health food store had the glass pump spray bottles for spraying liquids such as colloidal silver. These had the “fine mist” spray nozzles, which are great for spraying colloidal silver onto your underarms, face, etc., or even into your eyes.
But you can also get the standard pump spray nozzles, which spray with a little more force, and which are more useful for spraying colloidal silver around your kitchen and bathroom sinks, and onto countertops and other touch surfaces you might want to disinfect.
What To Do If You Can’t Find
The Glassware You Need, Locally…
If you can’t find the glassware you need for making, storing and using colloidal silver locally, don’t despair.
Below is a list of great sources for just about every type of glassware you could possibly want.
You’ll have to search through these web sites carefully. But by taking your time and following through on their links for glassware, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.
Important Tip: Any time you order the Amber Glass Boston Round storage bottles from an online company, you must make sure they come with the plastic lids, or that you can order the lids separately.
Some companies sell the plastic lids separately, and some include them with the bottles. So before you order, be sure to check which way the company sells their bottles and lids. You don’t want to end up ordering bottles, and come to find when your package arrives that you don’t have any lids for them.
The same thing goes for glass pump spray bottles. Make sure the pump sprayers come with the bottles, or order them separately.
Here are just a few of the online sources I’ve found recently:
Best Online Sources I’ve Found So Far
This company has one-quart canning jars (perfect for making one-quart batches of colloidal silver), gallon sized food storage jars (great for making gallon batches of colloidal silver), gallon sized amber glass storage jugs (great for storing colloidal silver for the long-term), plus, 16 oz. and 32 oz. amber glass storage containers, and much more.
This company carries the larger 32 ounce amber glass Boston Round storage bottles with plastic lids. They even have the tiny Amber glass spray bottles, which allow you to spray countertops, sinks, or other contact surfaces with your colloidal silver, if you ever need to. They also have the little glass eyedropper bottles, for applying silver to the eyes or ears.
Tons of different types of glass containers. Just click on the “Glass” tab on their home page.
Lots of different amber glass bottles, including eye dropper bottles, pump spray and even amber glass gallon jugs for storing larger amounts!
This is one of the very few places you can get the tiny one-ounce glass nasal spray pump bottles, for spraying colloidal silver up into your sinuses
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Finally, from time to time Ace Hardware online also has Ball wide-mouth glass canning jars in the traditional 32 ounce size, as well as the larger 64 ounce size (half gallon) size, and on rare occasions the full 128 ounce (one full gallon) size, which are very expensive, but they allow you to make a gallon at a time of colloidal silver (see my note below on making large batches, under the “Watch the Videos” subhead)!
Another source for the large gallon-size glass production containers is Wal-Mart, or just about any well-stocked supermarket. Just purchase a gallon-sized glass jar of pickles, dump the pickles or give them away to your friends and family –
-- and then thoroughly wash the gallon jar in warm soapy water to get the pickle smell and residue out. Be sure to rinse thoroughly afterwards. Doing this is considerably less expensive than purchasing the gallon-sized Ball canning jars from Ace Hardware online, above.
A careful search of the above sources should get you everything you need in terms of glassware for making, storing and using colloidal silver.
But remember, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just google it! After all, someone, somewhere online, is sure to have what you need for sale!
You can do a google search, for example, for "amber glass Boston round bottles," or for “glass canning jars” or “glass pump spray bottles” or “glass nasal spray bottles” or “glass dropper bottles” or whatever type of glass container you’re looking for.
By doing so, you’ll find lots more companies that sell the glassware you need for making, storing and using colloidal silver.
Watch the Videos…
To learn more about using different sizes of production containers when making colloidal silver, be sure to watch the short instructional videos at the following two links:
3-Minute Video: Operating Instructions for the New Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from The Silver Edge:
This video shows how to make colloidal silver in a one-quart container using a Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from The Silver Edge.
4-Minute Video: How to Make Larger, Gallon-Sized Batches of Colloidal Silver With Your Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator
This video shows how to make one-quart, one-gallon and one and a half gallon batches of colloidal silver using a Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from The Silver Edge.
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