What is a beeswax wrap?

Beeswax wraps and vegan food wraps are used to store food - instead of plastic wrap. The difference between plastic and beeswax wraps is that beeswax wraps are reusable, compostable, and made from natural raw materials - that is, environmentally friendly and harmless. They can be used for most types of food, such as cheese, bread, leftovers, vegetables, fruit, and so on.

The beeswax wraps are heated with the help of the hands and then easily shaped around the food. They are completely waterproof, and do not leak through.

Our beeswax wraps contain beeswax, cotton fabric, pine resin, and jojoba oil.

What kind of fabric do we use for beeswax wraps?

They contain cotton fabric.

Why should one use beeswax wraps?

The main reasons to use beeswax wraps are because they reduce the usage of plastic, keep food fresh longer, and look way nicer in the kitchen.

Here we have collected some of the benefits of beeswax wraps. Beeswax wraps...

  • Protects your food from freezer burn and damage.
  • Keeps the smell in.
  • Retains the taste and texture of the food.
  • Does not cause any chemical reactions and does not leave a film on the lid or the jar.
  • Adheres well to the edges of the container and does not slide off.
  • Wash as easily as possible in cold water with a little detergent

How to care for a beeswax wrap?

The best way to care for beeswax wraps is to store them in a cool place, where they avoid direct sunlight. Examples of good storage places are a pantry, in a drawer, or on the kitchen counter.

Beeswax wraps normally last over a year, and they are easy to clean. Simply scrub off the beeswax wrap under cold or lukewarm water with a drop of dish soap. Then let them air dry on the dish rack.

Never wash beeswax wraps in the dishwasher.

Can beeswax wraps be washed?

Yes. You can wash your beeswax wraps - always do it in cold or lukewarm water. You should not wash your beeswax wraps in too hot a temperature, as this can cause the beeswax to melt. They should also not be washed in the dishwasher.


How long does a beeswax wrap last?

Beeswax wraps last at least a year - provided you take care of them properly. When the beeswax wrap starts to lose its grip, you can either refresh it by putting it in the oven on low heat for a while, or you can refresh them using a re-impregnation kit. You can buy re-impregnation kits here .

What is beeswax and why is it good?

Beeswax is the building material that bees use to create their hive. It is a durable material that both preserves heat, is waterproof and protects against moisture. Beeswax also has antibacterial properties, and therefore keeps food fresher for longer.

Beeswax smells faintly of honey, and has a natural yellow color, despite that neither scent nor color is transferred to the food it protects.

Most often, beeswax is harvested at the same time as the honey. It is not only done to usurp the material, but above all to ensure good hygiene in the bee society. Harvesting beeswax therefore does no harm to the bees.

A completely plastic-free process

Your order will be sent with a climate-compensated shipping method in a plastic-free package with no harmful environmental impact. Your order from us will therefore be a completely plastic-free and damage-free story.

250 day warranty

We always offer a 250 day guarantee on all our food wrap products. We do this because we are so sure that you will like your beeswax cloths. If you don't, against the odds, you get all your money back, and you don't even have to send back what you ordered.

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