Bees Wax Wraps 3 pack

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Bees Wax Wraps 3 pack

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Papa bear’s beeswax wraps are handmade in Ross-Shire by ourselves using 100% pure cotton (in different patterns), pine resin, jojoba oil and our Beeswax.

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What are beeswax wraps made of?

Papa bear’s beeswax wraps are handmade in Ross-Shire by ourselves using 100% pure cotton (in different patterns), pine resin, jojoba oil and our Beeswax.

Why handmade wraps?

We hand make all our beeswax wraps to ensure you get the longest lasting beeswax wrap possible. Because we cut the fabric before we wax it, the edges are sealed by the wax so you don’t end up with wraps that begin to fray after a few washes. We also infuse our wax mixture into the cotton for up to an hour, making sure all the fibres of the fabric have completely absorbed the wax mixture. This ensures the wax does not begin to crumble from your wraps after only a few washes.

Why use Beeswax Wraps?

  1. 100% natural – Compared to cling film, our Beeswax Wraps are all natural.
  2. They will keep your food really fresh for longer– The all natural ingredients with the 100% cotton fabric allows our wraps to breathe, making sure your food stays fresh for longer. When your food is wrapped in our beeswax wraps you will get 3-4 more days out of your food, your greens and fruit will stay nice and crunchy for at least a week and your sandwiches won’t be all sweaty like when you use cling film.
  3. There a bit sticky  – Pine resin gives our wraps a natural adhesive making sure your food is sealed tight, the warmth from your hands helps mould the wraps to give a strong seal. And they really do stay sticky even after you have used and washed them over and over again.
  4. Very Reusable – Rather than using cling film or foil that you throw away after one use, our reusable food wraps can simply be washed in cold water with a little bit of soap and they are ready to use again.
  5. Biodegradable – Once you have used your wrap to the max you can pop it on your compost.