Set of 3 wax food wraps made with plant-based waxes. Handcrafted from cotton material coated in a blend of candelilla wax, pine resin, and organic jojoba oil. Perfect for replacing cling film, tin foil, or covering bowls or wrapping leftovers.
Sizes of wraps in the pack:
- Small (20x20 cm)
- Medium (25x25cm)
- Large (30x30cm)
Why We Love Them
These wax food wraps are washable, reusable and biodegradable.. an excellent swap for cling film! Use them to cover bowls, wrap up leftovers, and use them to wrap up sandwiches in place of plastic sandwich bags. Not only do these beautifully designed wraps replace single-use plastic such as cling film and sandwich bags, reducing plastic waste in the environment, they are also super effective as keeping your food fresher for longer. We also sell a refresher block of wax, to refresh your wraps when they start to get worn out.
These wax wraps have been designed to be washed and reused. Either wipe with a damp cloth or hand wash gently in lukewarm soapy water only to avoid removing the wax, and then leave to air dry. The wraps aren't suitable for covering raw meat, and they are not dishwasher or microwave safe due to the low melting point of the wax covering.
If you find the wax is becoming cracked or patchy over time you can refresh them in the oven. Just lay the wrap flat on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and place in a warm oven for 5 -10 minutes. If your wraps need more wax you can revive them with our wax refresher bar, making your wraps last so much longer.
"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."