The “ring string” is one of my favorite canner’s tips I picked up from Georgia, who taught me to can. String rings on a cord, make a loop at one end, then hang in the pantry. (You tie a ring on at the bottom of the string–that’s what keeps the rings from falling off.) I have one for wide mouth rings, one for regular mouth. It keeps rings wrangled and is a great space-saver!
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