Beeswax Food Wraps
Beeswax Food Wraps
Beeswax Food Wraps
Beeswax Food Wraps

Beeswax Food Wraps

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Beeswax food wrap made with beeswax, tree resin and jojoba oil. The large measure about 22 x 18 inches while the small measures about 8 x 10.  Both are AMAZING! It took me three years to perfect the recipe. LOTS of different varieties of fabric designs. You are more than welcome to message me and I can send you photos of what I currently have in stock. Hot tip: take the large wrap and cut it down into quarters to make 4 small wraps. Also, you can cut this in half to make two medium wraps which fits a large sandwich or a 9 x 13 pan well. If you would like some pre-cut with two different designs, our "Value Pack" includes one medium and one small. 

These are very easy to clean because both the beeswax and the tree resin are anti microbial, anti bacterial and anti fungal.  They really only need to be rinsed off in-between uses. If you have wrapped up especially greasy items, you might need to take a drop or two of dish soap and wash them carefully by hand. These will last for years with proper care. Keep them from extreme heat, like a hot July day when you're covering your watermelon at the picnic, as the wrap will get a little soft in the sun. They can leave a little residue of medium on your dishes that is easily rinsed off by hand in the sink. If you're wrap starts to get old and flaky or the medium isn't dispersed as well, you can refresh it by putting it between 2 pieces of wax paper with a warm iron. Never put in the microwave, the dish washer or a washing machine. Place them in your food storage drawers by your Tupperware and your plastic wrap. They also do well in the freezer.  If you want to cut your wraps into a circle or down to a smaller size, simply use a pair of scissors. 

We love these for wrapping anything from the half of an apple my kid didn't eat; an onion, lettuce or greens left over from making a salad; the other half of the melon; bowls of leftovers; artisan bread, cheese and so much more.

I am not touting at all that we have to stop using plastic wrap.  We just all need to do a little better in our use of single use plastic. I hope you love and enjoy these beeswax food wraps as much as my family and I do!