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DIY Wax Food Wrap Kit *Reduced to Clear*
DIY Wax Food Wrap Kit *Reduced to Clear*
DIY Wax Food Wrap Kit *Reduced to Clear*

DIY Wax Food Wrap Kit *Reduced to Clear*

Tabitha Eve
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If you are trying to reduce single-use plastic in your life or looking for a unique eco-friendly gift, these DIY reusable wax wraps are a great choice!

This wax wrap kit is made in the UK and is vegan-friendly.  The set contains 3 cotton squares for waxing, step-by-step instructions, vegan wax bar (candelilla wax, pine resin, and jojoba oil) and wooden spreading spatula.

Once the wraps have been made they are a reusable alternative to cling film, sandwich bags, and aluminium foil.

  • Makes 3 wax wraps
  • Plant-based waxes
  • Sustainable materials
  • Plastic-free product and packaging
  • Handmade in the UK

Why We Love Them

The perfect gift for the eco-conscious, crafty person in your life who is looking to reduce their plastic use.

We love that wax wraps are a zero-waste alternative to plastic wrap and bags.  When the wax starts to become thin or flakes off, simply refresh the wraps with the wax bar.  Replacement wax bars are also available so you can keep your wax wraps going for a long time to come!


The Brand


"Tabitha Eve believes in being kinder to the planet on which we live. Everyone can do their bit to reduce their landfill waste and replace single-use items with reusable products, so thank you for checking us out. Even by just looking at our solutions, you're making the conscious decision to be a better person - to make a difference to our planet and take a stand against the devastating effects of a throwaway culture. Debbie, our founder, started her own personal war against wastefulness and plastic pollution when travelling and diving the seas off Borneo. Confronted by a plastic island that was home to the precious sea life she had travelled so far to seek out, she vowed to try and do her bit. She created products to replace her disposable kitchenware, and soon others were asking for some to help them do their bit too... and so Tabitha Eve was born, creating plastic-free alternative products, from ethically sourced fabrics."