Beeswax Wrap, Reusable Eco Wrapping Paper, Natural Sustainable Plastic Free Food Storage for Sandwich, Bread, Fruit, Washable Bowl Covers, Cotton
Beeswax Wrap, Reusable Eco Wrapping Paper, Natural Sustainable Plastic Free Food Storage for Sandwich, Bread, Fruit, Washable Bowl Covers, Cotton
Beeswax Wrap, Reusable Eco Wrapping Paper, Natural Sustainable Plastic Free Food Storage for Sandwich, Bread, Fruit, Washable Bowl Covers, Cotton
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Beeswax Wrap, Reusable Eco Wrapping Paper, Natural Sustainable Plastic Free Food Storage for Sandwich, Bread, Fruit, Washable Bowl Covers, Cotton

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Beeswax wrap has antibacterial properties for food safety and sustainability. These food wraps preserve food greatly by letting them breathe. They keep food fresh while looking fancy.

 Made of organic cotton, beeswax. Sustainable, natural alternative to plastic wrap. Wrap up cheese, fruit, vegetables, and bread. Cover a bowl or pack a snack for your next adventure. Also makes an amazing zero waste kitchen gift idea!

Use the warmth of your hands to soften the food wraps and form over a bowl, container, or piece of food. As the bees wrap food storage cools, it creates a seal and stores food naturally. Wash in cool water with mild soap and air dry.

Beeswax wraps are a great product for anyone who is looking for zero waste alternatives to single use plastics and who want to make a positive changes to help the environment.

I used 100% beeswax 

Why beeswax? It helps to coat the fabric and aid food preservation

Care: Cust clean with cool soapy water, wiping them down with a cloth and leaving to air dry.

Refresh: When your wrap looks a little cracked and tired, just pop on some greaseproof paper and a tray and heat in the oven at 100c for a few minutes to redistribute the wax. Use tongs when removing from the oven tray and waft around to help the wax cool.

Dispoal: When it's a wrap for your wrap, you can put it in your compost bin, or use as a firelighter!

Caution! These wraps are not suitable for hot food, raw meat or fish.