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UK beeswax wraps
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Handmade in UK
Cling film alternative
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Wrap questions answered
Why use our beeswax wraps?
Wraps are also much better for the environment given there's no associated waste.
Consequently, you'll actually put money back into your pocket as you're purchasing less single-use items. Plus there isn't a chemical in sight.
What's not to love!
How do you wash beeswax wraps?
A wash may not always be necessary though if you’ve only covered dry items like crackers or crisps.
Once cleaned, allow your wraps to air dry. This can be done by draping over the top of an up-turned coffee cup or glass.
Once completely dry, roll your wraps and store in a drawer.
Are the wraps reusable?
How long do the wraps last?
If they do lose stickiness over time, you can simply top up the wax using our re-wax blocks - this is normally done between the 4 to 6 month point.
How do the wraps stick?
This precise combination delivers a completely natural, food-safe adhesive sheet that's great for covering food and kitchen items, making clingfilm a thing of the past!
When applying, the heat from your hands activates the natural adhesive allowing the wraps to stick with ease.
Importantly, food is still allowed to breath, meaning it stays fresh for much longer when compared to clingfilm.
What food can you cover?
Since our wraps are washed in cold water, we recommend not covering raw meat or fish for food hygiene purposes.
We also suggest putting acidic items such as lemons in a bowl first before covering as the acid can start to breakdown the wax over time.
What is our random pattern range?
Although we also offer fixed patterns, having a random pattern range means we have the flexibility to purchase our supplier's end of roll materials, which may have otherwise gone to waste.
This allows us to provide a greater level of support to local business partners, but also creates a more sustainable relationship that reduces unnecessary wastage.