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Jackie Frobese wrote:

Jocelyn,  My sister has these containers for her flour sugar etc on the counter. They do have an effective seal and are easy enough to get the lid on and off. So I would give them a thumbs up. Just figured a review may be helpful for you.


Yes, a review *does* help! Thank you, Jackie, that is very good to know.
 
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Jocelyn Campbell wrote:

Jackie Frobese wrote:

Jocelyn,  My sister has these containers for her flour sugar etc on the counter. They do have an effective seal and are easy enough to get the lid on and off. So I would give them a thumbs up. Just figured a review may be helpful for you.


Yes, a review *does* help! Thank you, Jackie, that is very good to know.



Well I just had a convo with my sister, she says brown sugar seems to dry out. That could reflect poorly on the seal depending on your needs. On the up side she says the rubber seal inside can be removed and cleaned if needed.
 
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