Beeswax Food Wrap individual sizes

Beeswax Food Wraps are made with pre-washed 100% cotton, beeswax, pine resin and organic jojoba oil.

Send me a message and i will send you a photo if tee patterns I am using at the moment. I’ll custom make you pack of wraps or leave it for me to choose the patterns.

The wraps should last a year with proper care and can be composted after the end of their life. The beeswax, jojoba oil and pine resin have naturally high antibacterial and anti-microbial properties, creating a hygienic environment to store your food items.

35 x 35cm
26 x 28cm
20 x 20cm

AVAILABLE PATTERS: floral, Australian native flowers, Australian native animals,  bees

How to use:
Simply mold the wrap to the top of the dish by using the warmth and pressure of your hands to create a seal. Use the same method for wrapping vegetables, fruit, snacks and sandwiches. Be creative, make a bag or a pouch with this wrap.
Do not use for meat, fish or greasy products. During the first few uses you might notice a fine residue on the bowls. It’s natural and can be washed off with warm soapy water.

Wash your wraps in cold water with a mild detergent/soap. Don’t pick the dried food off, but leave the wrap to soak for a few minutes in cold water until the food is soft enough to wash away.
Do not use warm or hot water to clean the wraps, as they will melt.

After washing, air dry, fold and store your food wraps in a drawer, away from direct sunlight or a heat source. In warmer weather beeswax wraps tend to get a little sticky, but this is nothing to worry about.

To freshen up your beeswax wrap, put it on the baking paper on a backing tray in the oven for 10 min at 80C every 6 months.

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1 review for Beeswax Food Wrap Single size

  1. Hellokittysammie

    Very good quality beeswax wraps. Compared to other beeswax wraps they are easier to use.

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