Irish Beeswax Wraps – Small Kitchen Pack

16.00

The Small Kitchen pack is a perfect choice for packing lunches for school, or for wrapping small to medium sized items such as cheese, crackers, fruits, or leftovers. It is ideal for use in the kitchen or on the go.

Contains 1 Midi wrap (25 x 25cm) and 2 Mini wraps (20 x 20cm).

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Description

Hanna’s Bees reusable Irish beeswax wraps are carefully handmade in Cork. We use only cotton fabric, Irish beeswax (from our own beehives and other Irish beekeepers), organic jojoba oil and pine resin. Our special blend of wax, resin and oil creates a waterproof and slightly sticky wrap, ideal for replacing cling film and other single use plastics in your kitchen and lunchbox. By switching to beeswax wraps, you will save money, cut down on plastic waste and help save the environment!

Our Irish beeswax wraps come in a wide range of beautiful and vibrant prints especially selected to bring colour, fun and style into your kitchen or lunchbox.

How to use

Pure beeswax and jojoba oil are ideal materials to use with food to help keep it fresh for longer as they both have anti-fungal and antibacterial properties. To use your beeswax wrap, cover or wrap your item of choice, heat the folds with your hands and press down gently to seal. Do not use your beeswax wrap with hot food, raw meat or in the microwave.

The beeswax wraps can be rinsed in cold or lukewarm water, with or without mild soap. They can also be wiped clean using a damp cloth. After that, leave to dry and reuse for up to a year or longer. Refresh your beeswax wrap every few months to prolong the life and performance of your wrap. This only takes a few minutes. Instructions come with the wraps, and you can also find them below. Furthermore, you can also re-wax your wrap using Hanna’s Bees Rewax Bars.

Our beeswax

We produce our own beeswax which is 100% natural and made from a renewable source which makes it sustainable and eco-friendly. The wax has been filtered to remove impurities but has not been treated in any way and is chemical free. Beeswax has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties. So, would you like to know more about the beeswax we use and how our bees make it? Read about it here. 

Additional information
Weight70 g
Pattern

Koi, Stripes & Red Dots, White Bees, Yellow Dots & Blue Leaves, Yellow Bees, green flowers & green dots

Use & Care

Use & Care

To use your beeswax wrap, cover or wrap your item of choice, heat the folds with your hands and press down gently to seal. Between uses the beeswax wrap can be rinsed in cold or lukewarm water, with or without mild soap. It can also be wiped clean using a damp cloth. Leave to dry then reuse.

To prolong the life and performance of your beeswax wrap, we recommend that it should be refreshed, or pasteurised, every few months. Do this by placing your wrap on greaseproof paper and put in the oven for a few minutes at 70-80 degrees Celsius. This will melt the wax and allow it to be reabsorbed into the cotton, resulting in your wrap looking and feeling fresh and sticky again. Some of our customers love their beeswax wraps so much that they opt to rewax them instead of getting new ones. Hanna’s Bees Rewax Bars does the job perfectly and contains the same mix of wax, oil, and resin that we use to make our beeswax wraps.

Do not use your beeswax wrap with hot food, raw meat or in the microwave.

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