Frequently Asked Questions
Removing the bail-wire two-part assembly from the Pickl-It container and lid, preserves the shiny, stainless-steel finish, caused by harsh dishwasher detergents.
Removing and reattaching the wire is very simple process, demonstrated in the following photos:
This image shows both halves of the wire-bail assembly, removed from the Pickl-It container and the Pickl-It lid.
|LEFT SIDE OF IMAGE: Container – wire-bail fits into a groove in the container’s “neck”.||RIGHT SIDE OF IMAGE: Lid – wire-bail fits into a groove around the perimeter of the lid.|
DETACHING THE PICKL-IT WIRE-BAIL ASSEMBLY
Remove the Pickl-It Lid
Remove the wire-bail from the Pickl-It Lid
To Detach the Container’s Bail-Wire from the Pickl-It Neck:
Correct Latch Position When Reattaching the Pickl-It Neck Wire
Did you know...
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