BEESWAX WRAP FAQS
How do they work?
Beeswax is a natural preservative. The wrap will form a tight seal around food or containers, keeping food fresh. The warmth of your hands will form the wrap to your food. Once you let go, it will keep its shape.
What are these made of?
The wraps are cotton fabric coated with a mixture of beeswax, pine resin, and jojoba oil.
What foods can I cover? What foods should I not cover?
The wraps are excellent covers for fruit, cheese, veggies, bread, and the like. Do not use to cover meat or anything messy. You'll just end up with a lot of clean-up on your hands.
How long do the wraps last?
9-12 months with regular use. Eventually the washing, rinsing, etc. will begin to remove the wax. If you notice areas of exposed cotton, then the wrap will no longer do its job. If you lose one in the bottom of your drawer, though, do not worry. Beeswax lasts years when left alone so most likely it will work like new when you try it out. Once a wrap has worn out, add it to your compost pile! Or, if you can't bring yourself to do that, scroll down a bit.
What do I need to do for care?
After use, rinse with water and, if necessary, mild soap. Then hang or set on drying rack to dry. Once dry, fold back up or wrap something else. Heat is the wax's kryptonite, so do not microwave or expose to excess heat.
Can I freeze them?
Yes. They work well in the freezer for up to two weeks. After that, you may want to eat that item up! (Feel free to invite us for dinner if you need.) The wraps will work fine again after thawing.
After these wear down, is there a way to revive them?
If you love your patterns and aren't ready to say goodbye to your wraps quite yet, give us an email and we'll work out a way to re-wax them for you. The cost will depend a bit on how many you would send and shipping costs, but we can let you know what it would be.
Can I purchase them at wholesale prices for resale?
Yes, we offer wholesale pricing to retailers. Contact us at to get started.