Here’s our set of three wraps – Christmas collection!
Our handmade beeswax wraps are an environmentally friendly alternative to clingfilm for storing food and keeping it fresh.
Perfect to wrap sandwich, half avocado or lemon, cabbage, bread, or cover bowl. Each wrap is handmade in our small workshop, located near where our bees live.
A set of three wraps in different sizes is included in one package:
- S (20 x 20 cm)
- M (28 x 28 cm)
- L (35 × 35 cm)
- Seal with the warmth of your hands;
- Do not wrap raw fish or meat and its products, as it may develop an unpleasant smell;
- Do not use it in the microwave;
- Do not cut food in your wrap;
- Keep it in your kitchen drawer, away from heat.
We source the beeswax locally from our own beehives and local beekeepers in Lithuania, and we also use pine rosin and OEKO-TEX® certified cotton.
How to clean?
To clean, we recommend hand-washing your wraps with cold water, a soft cloth, and (if needed) mild dish soap. Then, air dry the wraps. With regular use and proper care, beeswax wraps can be used for an entire year. However, avoid exposing the wraps to heat or hot water, as beeswax has a low melting temperature.
We strive to be as environmentally friendly as possible. When the wrap begins to lose its stickiness, you can renew it with our beeswax refresher bar, or cut it into strips and compost it, or use it as a fire starter.
- Renewing in the oven – preheat the oven to 140°C. Lay your old beeswax wrap on a piece of baking paper and grate a piece of beeswax refresher bar with a regular kitchen grater. Then, spread the grated wax on top of the wrap and put it in the oven for about 3-5 minutes until the pieces of wax are melted. Take it by the corners and let it dry for about 30 seconds. P.S. You can clean your grater with hot/boiling water and a piece of old fabric or paper towel.
- Renewing with a flat iron – just like we started experimenting with our first beeswax wraps! Grate a beeswax refresher bar with a regular kitchen grater. Lay your old beeswax wrap on a piece of baking paper, spread the grated wax on top of your wrap and add another sheet of baking paper on top of the wrap. Layer it like a sandwich :). Heat your iron to the maximum and iron the wrap from the top, letting the wax melt and spread all over the wrap. Take off the upper baking paper, take the wrap by the corners and let it dry for about 30 seconds.