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Reusable Beeswax Food Wrap

SKU:BH-0001-M

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Natural beeswax food wraps “Bee’s Hug” can replace plastic bags and aluminum foils in many cases. Because they are made of natural materials, they can be composted or disposed of as organic waste.

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Bee’s Hug natural beeswax wraps are

  • made from beeswax & organic cotton;
  • antibacterial;
  • washable and reusable;
  • easy to mold;
  • compostable.

Standard wraps sizes (in cm) to choose from:

  • S = 20 x 17 cm
  • M = 29 x 25 cm
  • L = 38 x 33 cm
  • XL = 58 x 39 cm

Notes:
In addition, there is also the smallest size XS of 15×15 cm offered as a free gift when you buy all four wrap sizes mentioned above in a bundle.

Bee’s Hug natural beeswax wraps can replace plastic bags and aluminum foil in many cases. Made from natural materials, they can be composted or disposed of as organic waste.

The wraps are made of organic cotton with the certificate “Oeko-Tex® Standard 100”. Cotton is soaked in a mixture of beeswax, organic jojoba oil and tree resin to create a washable, reusable, flexible, antibacterial and compostable food protection.

Bee’s Hug wraps are analyzed by the National Laboratory for Health, Environment and Food. The wraps are in accordance with the European standard. Microbiological analysis and migration of retinoic acid is also performed. Both analyzes confirm the good quality and safe use of Bee’s Hug wraps.

The wraps are packed in bags made of translucent paus-paper. After wrap’s use, clean and store it back in the pause-paper bag. The pause-paper bag can be also composted or placed in waste paper containers when it is not any more in use.

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Caring for Beeswax Wraps

To allow Bee's Hug wraps to last longer, we need to nurture them properly. Here are some tips on how to care for beeswax wraps:

  • For cleaning use a sponge (viscous or real), it may also be a cotton cloth. Avoid coarse materials that would scratch the wrap's beeswax.
  • In case you had bread or biscuits wrapped in beeswax wrap, the bread crumbs or trace of flour may remain on the wrap. In this case, use a moistened sponge or cotton cloth. Gently wipe, allow to dry and store the wrap for later use.
  • If we wrapped vegetables or fruits in Bee's Hug and some liquid left on the wrap, we simply rinse it under cold running water. Gently wipe, dry and store the wrap.
  • When storing cheese in Bee's Hug and some fat left on the wrap, we simply use few drops of dishwashing detergent and lukewarm water. Gently rub with a sponge or cloth. The wrap should be then well rinsed under lukewarm running water, wiped, dried and stored.
  • WE ADVICE YOU NOT TO USE HOT WATER! The wrap's beeswax melts at around 62° C, however it begins to soften already before getting to that temperature, i.e. in warm water and, if rubbed in this condition, it can be damaged. Therefore, slightly lukewarm water should be used for cleaning.

Beeswax Wraps' Refreshing

Many people wonder how long the beeswax wrap will last. This is hard to say, since the life of the wrap depends a lot on its usage frequency, as well as on the content we are wrapping. Some use it daily and very actively, and in that case the wraps would last for a few months only. Again, some people use it occasionally or for one product only, such as for wrapping cheese. In this case, the wrap will last half a year or a year. Regardless of all the care, the wrap becomes more and more wrinkled and cracked. In this case, we can revive it and restore it to its original appearance. You can simply follow the instructions below:

  • Place a beeswax wrap between two sheets of baking paper.
  • Heat the iron - there is no need for the highest temperature and no need to use the steam.
  • Iron the wrap, but do not press too hard.
  • Remove the paper and cool the wrap by grasping it at two corners and gently waving it over the air. Within seconds, the wrap hardens.
  • Let the wrap cool for about 10 to 15 minutes.

The natural beeswax wrap is again ready for use. The process can be repeated several times, at least as long as there is still wax on the cotton.

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