We've got you covered with our handy three pack of beeswax wraps - perfect for a substantial lunch, or to sort out your fridge.
This pack contains one large wrap (33 x 33 cm) in Kea Mountain, one medium wrap (25 x 33 cm) in Kereru in Nikau, and one standard wrap (20 x 25 cm) in Birds of New Zealand.
Want a different size wrap? We highly recommend making your own - it's easy, eco-friendly and even more economical with our DIY Beeswax Wrap kits.
We’re all about reducing all sorts of waste, not just plastic. Your wraps can be individually banded (as pictured), but if you’re buying just for yourself, you’re probably going to only read one of the bands, right? Just select from the drop down whether you want your wraps banded or not, and help us save a few trees.
How To Use Your Beeswax Wraps
Any time you reach for the plastic sandwich bags or plastic wrap, you can probably use a beeswax wrap.
Simply shape and fold your beeswax wrap around your bowl or food, using gentle pressure and the warmth of your hands to create a seal.
Use for bread, cheese, vegetables or fruit, sandwiches and snacks, and to cover dishes. Safe for use in the fridge and freezer.
Do not use your wrap on raw meat, as the wrap cannot be cleaned with hot water.
How to Care For Your Beeswax Wraps
Your beeswax wraps can easily last a year or more with regular use, with some simple care.
Handwash your wraps in cool water with dishwashing liquid. Do not use hot water, or put in the dishwasher, microwave or oven – you’ll melt the wax right out!
Air dry, and store however is convenient for you - folded in a drawer, or rolled into cylinders in a jar. Do not store in direct summer sunlight.
Refresh Your Beeswax Wraps
If you find after repeated use that the wax is moving away from crease lines or feels a bit uneven, you can easily refresh your wraps by melting the wax to redistribute it. You can use either the oven or iron methods to refresh your wraps, just using the heat to redistribute the existing wax.
Recharge Your Wraps
Over time and with a lot of ongoing use the wax in your wraps will deplete. Often the fabric still has a lot of life in it, but the wrap simply dries out and no longer sticks the way it did.
Great News! You can use our DIY beeswax wrap blend to re-wax your wraps!
Use either the oven or iron method – your choice – just follow the instructions as if you were making a new wrap. Be aware that you may need very little wax – it’s usually just that top layer you need to replace, so go easy.
End of Life
When your wrap finally wears out (or, let's be honest, when you feel the need for a cute new design), your wrap is fully compostable and biodegradable, so you can simply add to your compost bin or just bury in your garden, or even use as a weed matting. If you have a fireplace then your tired wrap will make a wonderful firelighter.
Handmade Just For You
Please note, all our wraps are handmade by an actual living human, so small variations are inevitable.