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Keep your food fresh for longer and reduce waste with this eco-friendly alternative to clingwrap or tin foil. Or bring your sandwiches to work in style - it's up to you! 


These wraps come in a set of three,  in the sizes 15x15cm, 20x20cm and 30x30xm. That way you always have a size on hand for the bowl or food you want to cover. 


For good maintenance, clean them with cold water and a gentle kind of soap and you're good to use them again!


Made from 100% organic cotton and printed with a unique motif designed and manufactured in the Netherlands. Design & illustration by Anna Lena Feunekes.

Beeswax Food Wrap - 3 pack

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  • Beeswax food wraps are a reusable and eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap, and they can be used to store a variety of food items such as fruits, vegetables, bread, cheese, and more. To ensure that your beeswax food wraps last a long time and remain effective, it's important to care for them properly.

    Here are some tips on how to care for your beeswax food wraps:

    • Wash your beeswax food wraps in cold water: To clean your beeswax food wraps, rinse them under cold water and gently rub them with a mild soap if necessary. Avoid using hot water, as it can melt the beeswax coating.

    • Air dry your beeswax food wraps: After washing, air dry your beeswax food wraps by laying them flat on a drying rack or hanging them up using a clothespin. Avoid using a dryer, as the heat can melt the beeswax.

    • Store your beeswax food wraps properly: When not in use, store your beeswax food wraps in a cool, dry place. Avoid storing them in direct sunlight or near a heat source, as this can cause the beeswax to melt.

    • Refresh the beeswax coating when needed: Over time, the beeswax coating on your wraps may begin to wear off. To refresh the coating, preheat your oven to 150°F (65°C) and place your beeswax food wraps on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Once the oven is preheated, put the baking sheet in the oven for 2-3 minutes, or until the beeswax has melted. Remove the baking sheet from the oven and use a paintbrush to spread the melted beeswax evenly over the wraps. Once the beeswax has hardened, your wraps will be ready to use again.

    By following these simple care instructions, you can keep your beeswax food wraps in great condition and reduce your use of single-use plastic wrap

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