This is an All-Plastic black lid for 30WK4N (1 quart black Plastic paint can), 30WK4P (1 quart All-Plastic paint can), and for 30WKHL (1 pint All-Plastic paint can). This cover is crafted of recycled polypropylene and features a triple-lock seal that is designed to snap on tightly without leaking or spilling. Specially treated lid resists "skinning," so container contents remain fresh. This paint can (sold separately) and lid can be used to package coatings, adhesives, mastics and other viscous product, but are more commonly used for water based and latex paints. The Cary Company offers accessories for the 30WKL4 such as paint can openers, closers, can clips and more.

Key benefits:
  • 100% recyclable
  • Molded from 100% recycled materials
  • Environmentally responsible
  • Rust and dent resistant

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Looking to learn more about paint cans? The Cary Company has you covered, whether it’s walking through How to Open a Paint Can The Right Way without damaging your container, or demonstrating How to Close a Paint Can to maintain a spill-free space and long shelf-life. We are here to support you from the moment you pop the lid off of your paint can to the second you decide to throw it out. By diving into How to Dispose of Paint Cans, we hope to promote proper and environmentally conscious methods of throwing out paint and recycling paint cans.


Polypropylene PlasticPolypropylene (PP) is a tough plastic that has excellent chemical resistance. PP is translucent in its natural state but can have a glossy finish when produced with color. Some examples of common products made with PP are dairy and medication containers. Polypropylene is suitable for hot fill applications of up to 205°F and is therefore great for autoclaving. It is not recommended for cold or sub-freezing temperatures. The Cary Company has an assortment of polypropylene plastics available for purchase, such as plastic caps and jars, which have a higher tolerance for chemical products. Discover if Polypropylene is appropriate for hot fill application by learning more about What Is Hot Fill Packaging and how it applies to Polypropylene containers.


This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility. The Cary Company does hereby disclaim any and all warranties, expressed or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or use. We are not responsible for consequential damages arising from customer's selection and use of containers, container and label dimensions, and/or closures supplied by us.

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Dimensions3.88" Dia. x 0.30" H
Case Pack552 ea.
Pallet Pack16,560 ea. (30 Cases)
Case Weight13.8 lbs.
Case Dimensions16" L x 13" W x 13" H
Pallet Dimensions44" L x 56" W x 45" H
Country of ManufactureUnited States
Note:Product availability based on market demand.
Q & A
Customer Questions
Can you ship internationally? Where are you located?
The Cary Company online ordering platform is only set up to ship within the United States. For international shipments, please contact us at 630.629.6600 or Sales@thecarycompany.com, and we will be happy to process your order. Our main warehouse and office are located in Addison, Ill. We also have warehouses in across the United States that you can see here. Thank you for choosing The Cary Company.
What are these paint can lids made of?
Most metal paint cans lids are made of tin-plated steel. The steel component gives the container lid strength. The tin plating adds corrosion resistance to protect the lid from the chemical composition or corrosive effects of the can’s contents. Our lids for hybrid paint cans are also made of metal and include an epoxy phenolic coating. Most plastic paint can lids are made of polypropylene (PP) plastic, which offers durability to protect the pail’s contents, yet it doesn’t dent like metal cans. PP plastic is ideal for water-based products, such as latex paints. If you’re considering a paint can as packaging for your product, you are welcome to request a sample to test the compatibility of your product with these rugged containers.
Are these paint can lids recyclable?
Yes, metal, hybrid and plastic paint can lids are recyclable. As steel retains its properties through the recycling process, it can be recycled repeatedly. Old metal paint cans are used to make tools, equipment and building materials. In fact, many of our metal paint cans are made of at least 25% post-consumer content. Additionally, many of our plastic paint cans are regrind containers. Regrind containers are made up of ground up plastic that has been previously used, then ground up into raw material and made into something entirely new. These containers will almost always be black.
Some of the metal paint can lids are called unlined or lined. What are these linings? And what does unlined mean?
Metal lids are lined with either epoxy phenolic or gold phenolic lining. Epoxy phenolic lining is a gray-colored lining that is used for alkaline products, fatty acids, detergents, emulsions, general organic chemicals, surfactants and water-based resins. The epoxy phenolic linings have been designed to provide outstanding chemical resistance in a pH range of 7.0 – 9.0. Gold phenolic lining is a gold-colored lining that is a good option for solvents and oil-based products. Gold phenolic linings are also FDA approved, which makes them safe for food products. Unlined paint cans are sprayed or rinsed with a rust inhibitor that helps slow rusting prior to filling the cans with a specific product. Unlined paint cans are good for holding oil-based or solvent coatings.
Do I have to match the lid material to the can?
We recommend pairing the same paint can and lid material. For instance, you would want to use a plastic lid with a plastic paint can, a metal lid with a metal paint can and a hybrid lid with a hybrid paint can. We also recommend pairing the lid’s lining with the paint can’s lining. For example, unlined metal paint can lids should be used with unlined metal paint cans. Similarly, gray epoxy phenolic lined lids should be matched with gray epoxy phenolic lined cans, and gold phenolic lined lids should be matched with gold phenolic lined cans. Our naming system allows you to easily match a lid with its compatible can.
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