Sustainable and easy to use, these wax wrap rolls are a great alternative to single use clingfilm and tin foil.
The designs are printed onto organic cotton cloth. Beeswax is a natural antibacterial coating perfect for sandwich wraps and so much more.
Using the natural power of waterproof beeswax, the wraps won’t let any moisture into the food they’re covering, keeping food fresh and protected.
To make the wraps tacky, a mix of beeswax and pine resin is used so they stick really well and hold their folds. Smooth jojoba oil is added as it helps with the spreading of the beeswax and pine resin.
Washing your wax wraps
Do not wash with boiling hot water; use lukewarm water, wiping down with a cloth or sponge. Avoid heat.
Do not use the wrap for meat or fish.
Every few months you can revamp your wraps: all you need is an ironing board, a tea towel, grease proof paper and an iron.
Lay your tea towel on the ironing board and place a piece of grease proof paper down (needs to be 2 inches bigger than your wrap), take your wax wrap and lay it on top of the grease proof paper. Take another piece of grease proof paper and lay it over the top. Make sure your iron isn’t too hot. Glide the iron over the top of the grease proof paper making sure you get all the edges. You will see the wax melting. Remove the wax wrap and waft gently until the wax hardens.
You can cut the wax wrap roll to the size of your choice. The roll measures 100cm x 33cm.