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This set of 3 beeswax wrap is perfect if you’re looking for a great plastic free, planet friendly alternative to clingfilm. We love them because they’re completely compostable and zero waste, which helps reduce plastic pollution and create a more sustainable life.
Plus, plastic suffocates food. These wraps, on the other hand, allow food to breathe and prolong the life of whatever you wrap – so you avoid food waste, too!
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1. Warm - Using warm hands, put your wrap around a piece of food, bowl or dish to create a breathable seal. Play with it and feel how they are malleable when warm and hold their shape when cold.
2. Eat - Enjoy fresher food without the suffocating plastic. Wrap pretty much anything except raw meat or fish. Avoid heat (so no microwaves!) and don't wrap food that is still hot.
3. Wash - Hand wash your wrap in cold soapy water and leave it to drip dry. DON'T wash in the dishwasher. Roll your wrap to store it between uses.
4. Repeat - Love your bees wax wrap and it will last a year or more. When it comes to the end of it's life, ensure you leave no trace by composting it or using as a firelight on your BBQ, campfire or wood-burning stove!
The beeswax wrap is made from organic cotton, British beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and resin. Simple!
Each wrap measures 26 x 26 cm.
Can I put my wraps in the freezer?
Yes! These wraps are fine to go in the freezer. They might need to be brought back to room temperature to wrap something new though.
Can I put my wraps in the microwave?
NO! Don't do it unless you want to ruin your wrap. Because of the beeswax, these wraps do not react well with heat. Why not use a plate to cover whatever you're heating instead?
Can I wash my wraps in the dishwasher?
NO! Because of the beeswax, these wraps do not react well with heat. We recommend hand washing your wraps in cold water and eco-friendly soap.
Do I need to wash my wraps after every use?
Not necessarily. It depends what kind of food you've used with your wraps. After using them with something dry like bread, crackers or seeds, you can simply give your wrap a wipe down to get rid of any crumbs. However, for something wetter like half an avocado, cheese or cooked meat, you will want to give your wrap a wash and a scrub in cold soapy water.