Bees Wax Wraps - Small
Homemade Bees Wax Wraps - The perfect alternative to cling wrap.
WHAT IS IT MADE FROM?
Our handmade wraps are made of 100% organic cotton fabric, Australian natural beeswax, Australian jojoba oil and pine tree resin.
HOW TO USE
Use the warmth of your hands to mold and shape your Bees Wax Wrap over food and dishes. Wrapping your fruit and veggies in a beeswax wrap will seal in the freshness and keep your food fresh for longer.
Cover a bowl or a plate. Wrap half an avocado, fresh herbs, celery, kale, shallots, breads, cheeses, sandwiches and snack on the go. Take your lunch to work in a beeswax wrap. Bees wax wraps work great in the freezer too!
Bees wax wraps are not suitable for wrapping fresh meat, chicken or fish, however these items can be stored in a bowl with a wrap cover.
Your wraps will last many months if you follow the simple steps of care.
Simply sponge over your Bees Wax Wrap using a cool soapy water, rinse and hang to dry. To remove any smells (like onion or blue cheese) leave out to air dry over night after washing.
Avoid any heat, don’t use your wraps on hot food or in the microwave. Wraps don’t like highly acidic foods (like pineapple).
If you see the wax starting to crack in the creases it's time to give them a 'warming'. You can do this in mild weather by putting your wrap on a baking tray in the sun [for a few hours], or by holding it up and warming it with a hairdryer. As the wax softens it will soak into the cotton again and be as good as new. The wraps are compostable at the end of their cycle.