When it comes to containing and keeping food fresh, we all want to use a more sustainable and environmentally friendly form of packaging.
Cutting unnecessary plastic from your routine can appear to be a difficult challenge. But not when it comes to using Beeswax Wraps.
Sustainable, environmentally friendly and an organic alternative to plastic, Beeswax Wraps are a top choice for those wanting to say no to cling film while packaging their sandwich for lunch.
We take a look at Beeswax Wraps and discover why you too should start using this plastic free wrap today!
What are Beeswax Wraps made from?
A natural and organic wrap, our Beeswax Wraps are made from 100% natural, organic cotton that is fully compostable when disposed. With a coating made from organic jojoba oil, pine resin and local beeswax, a mixture that has been designed for maximum stick.
How do you clean Beeswax Wraps?
When it comes to cleaning and caring for your Beeswax Wraps, we recommend using mild washing up liquid and cold water. While cleaning your wraps, do not be afraid to give it a thorough scrub and when it comes to drying, we recommend hang drying or lying flat on a clean surface.
What can you store inside your Beeswax Wraps?
When it comes to wrapping food, you can store a wide selection of different ingredients inside these handy wraps. From your work lunch, half a melon to a smelly onion, Beeswax Wraps are fantastic in trapping pungent smells and stopping odours from transferring when stored inside of the fridge.
These wraps are also superb when it comes to storing ingredients such as cheese, which requires being able to breathe when in storage.
What else can you do with Beeswax Wraps?
Along with being used to store leftover ingredients or packing a lunch for when on the go, Beeswax Wraps are incredibly versatile and can be used for a large range of tasks.
Whether you are creating a portable pouch for visiting your local plastic free shop or wrapping a bar of soap or a shampoo bar when travelling. Beeswax Wraps are also ideal for placing onto the top of jam jars and covering the top of the jugs and carafes when outdoors to keep it clean and free of pesky wasps.
Here at Dexam, we love using our Beeswax Wraps as a funnel when replenishing our dried food jars for minimal mess, as well as using it to ice freshly baked cakes.
When it comes to the many uses of Beeswax Wraps, these handy tools really are versatile!
Why you should consider Beeswax Wraps
When it comes to these plastic free food wraps, you may question why Beeswax Wraps? What of its many features makes this brand more desirable than the others?
With a more tackier and sticker coating, these wraps create a stronger seal for added freshness while lasting longer than other brands when used.
Beeswax Wraps unlike many other brands have been designed and made here in the UK and come with a lower carbon footprint.
Instead of being transported from Canada or Australia, Beeswax Wraps are made in the Cotswolds and all ingredients are sourced 30 miles from the Cotswolds.
What are customers saying?
If you like to base your opinion on the reviews of those who have used it for themselves, then let the reviews speak for themselves.
“Awesome product! Received mine today, previously purchased an alternative from a supermarket and the quality is nothing compared to these. Amazing! Highly recommended!”
“5 Stars – I received my first pack of wraps and immediately used it to cover leftover banana bread and make a little pouch for some blueberries for the kids. It was so pretty, worked perfectly and everyone loved it. The only problem is .. . I want more!”
“5 Starts – Just received my beeswax wraps love them. Especially for cheese in the fridge. Great product instead of cling film and its reusable.”
If we have tempted you to make the leap and purchase your first set of Beeswax Wraps, visit Dexam today and be inspired to begin your plastic free journey.