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How to use your wax wraps


Keeps your food fresher, crisper, longer
-the wax cloth creates a similar effect to that of a rind or the skin of fruit or vegetables. 

Wraps are like a "regulator" that helps to create the perfect humidity for vegetables and fruits. Storing foods in plastic allows the food to "gas" itself.

Why the wrap works -  The wraps are made with 100% natural ingredients: cotton, beeswax, pine resin and jojoba oil. The formula creates a breathable coating on 100% cotton cloth. Pine resin is the ingredient in the formula that makes it sticky. The oil keeps it pliable.  

Reusable - While wraps can replace plastic film wrap or foil that you throw away after one use, they can simply be hand washed to use again and again. 

Compostable - Pop it in your compost. Mother Nature knows what to do with it! 

The basics - With the warmth of your hands mold the wrap around your food or dish. With a little pressure the wraps will naturally stick to themselves. To cover a bowl, create multiple pleats. Place the wrapped item in the fridge and the wrap will firm right up.

Note: do not use for raw meat and fish. Keep from heat sources; do not microwave.


Cleaning your Reusable Beeswax Wrap - Hand wash under the tap with cool water using your fingertips. If soiled, use a few eco-friendly soap suds to clean. Shake off excess water and set to dry. Once dry, fold to place in a drawer or simply roll them to store in a pottery vessel or small basket to keep them close and ready when needed. 

How long will it last ? - You should be able to reuse your wrap for a few years and more, depending on how much it is used. Wraps can be "rubbed" with a dry cloth to revive the "stick" effect. Customers have claimed that our wraps remain sticky longer than others they have tried◆

A tip or two for food storage - for a few acidic fruits : Lemon, Lime, Pineapple and Grapefruit, place your cut item in a bowl and cover it by pleating a beeswax wrap to keep the wrap from touching the cut side of the fruit.

Beeswax covers also do a good job in the freezer - Try it out with bread or firm cookie dough. To save the time, make a larger batch of dough to use over several weeks.


 Small 7"x 7" / 18 cm x 18 cm

Small : wrap avocado, cheese sticks, ginger, small snack, banana [ refrigerated ] cover a cup, can or small bowl.

 Medium 10"x 10"/ 25 cm x 25 cm

Medium : wrap cheese, grapes, cantaloupe, melons, carrots, celery sticks, mushrooms or a medium plate or bowl

 Large 13" x 13" / 33 cm x 33 cm

Large : wrap, a sandwich or food wrap, half a watermelon, greens, celery, eggplant, left overs, cookies and  baked goods, or cover a large bowl.