Want to have a go at making your own wax food wraps, have some old wraps which need refreshing, or maybe you have some spare fabric that you would like to put to good purpose?
Our pre-blended plant based wax bar is ideal for getting creative and protecting the planet from unnecessary plastic; the 100g bar will make at least 5 or 6 30cm x 30cm wraps if using the melting method and possibly more if you choose the grate the wax. This means you can choose the size and shape of your wraps, old cotton duvet covers and pillowcases make great fabric for up-cycling in to reusable wax food wraps.
We have included full user instructions with the bar including our tips and tricks of how to create professional quality wraps and two methods of how best to make your own material wraps.
Benefits of Wax Food Wraps
Wax Food Wraps are the ideal alternative to cling film, tin foil and disposable plastic bags. The carefully blended mixture of Plant Based Waxes, Pine Resin and Jojoba Oil create a waxy coating that helps the fabric adhere to itself or a surface such as bowl or a plate simply by holding the wrap in place for a few seconds.
The heat from your hands causes the wax to melt slightly and 'adhere'.
Often using wax food wraps can lengthen the life span of food items because unlike plastic, the wrap allows air to pass through avoiding 'sweating' whilst preventing the food from drying out.
You can use wax wraps for covering sandwiches, fruit, cakes, biscuits, bread, food left overs, bowls... anything that you would usually use plastic or tin foil for. It is however advised that they are not used for raw fish or meat due to the risk of bacteria.
Caring for your wax wraps
To clean wraps after use, wash them in cool soapy water and hang to dry. Using hot water will cause the wax to melt off the fabric and reduce the lifespan of the wrap.
Suitable for Vegans?
Yes, this product is suitable for Vegans.
Please note that our wax wrap bars are produced in an environment which also uses Beeswax and therefore is not suitable for people with an allergy to Beeswax.