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#1 of 9 Old 07-11-2007, 01:42 PM - Thread Starter
 
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i am so excited i found this! i am hoping their quality is good. i plan on buying a lot from them in the future.

http://www.specialtybottle.com/index.asp

if you have bought from them please post a review of sorts!

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Thanks for the tip!!

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Awesome! I was getting tired of scouring the discount stores every season to find bottles with corks! This will save me some serious travel time!

Thanks!
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WOW!! We are tossing all our plastic and replacing with glass. This REALLY helps!!
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For drinking glasses we just reuse glass jars that had salsa, spaghetti sauce apple sauce, etc. in them. They may not be beautiful, but at least they are being put to use; and if they break, its no biggy.

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For drinking glasses we just reuse glass jars that had salsa, spaghetti sauce apple sauce, etc. in them. They may not be beautiful, but at least they are being put to use; and if they break, its no biggy.
we do that too! now i don't feel so odd. :

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We bought a bunch of these from that site last year. DH is a teacher with tons of parent volunteers (he's so lucky) and we divvied up a bunch of organic, unpasteurized honey into smaller jars to give as thank you gifts at the end of the year. They seemed to be good quality, but I can't vouch for long-term as we gave all of them away. Packaged nicely, no broken ones on arrival (we ordered maybe 50 or so?). HTH!
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We bought a bunch of these from that site last year. DH is a teacher with tons of parent volunteers (he's so lucky) and we divvied up a bunch of organic, unpasteurized honey into smaller jars to give as thank you gifts at the end of the year. They seemed to be good quality, but I can't vouch for long-term as we gave all of them away. Packaged nicely, no broken ones on arrival (we ordered maybe 50 or so?). HTH!
it does. thanks much!

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Thanks for posting this! I am trying to replace all of the plastic in our house and this will make it much easier!

Have you ordered anything yet? How was shipping for it?

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