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Wax Wraps Refresher Bar

Wax Wraps Refresher Bar

Tabitha Eve
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Vegan Wax Wrap Refresher Bar

This wee block of plant-based waxes can be used to revitalise your favourite wax wraps when they are becoming a little worn. Alternatively use the wax to make your own wraps from the fabric of your choosing.

Made from a blend of candelilla wax, pine resin, and organic jojoba oil. The bar will refresh up to 5 wraps, depending on their size. 

  • 30g bar
  • Plant-based ingredients
  • Plastic-free packaging
  • Made in the UK
  • Full instructions for use included

How To Use

Simply grate some wax onto your fabric wrap. Lay the fabric on a baking sheet and place it in the oven until the wax has melted.  Remove from the oven and leave to cool.

Why We Love Them

No need to throw away worn-out wax wraps, just refresh them and keep using them!

We love using wax wraps in place of clingfilm, but the wax can start to thin and flake off over time.

Being able to revive your wax wraps and extend their life makes them reusable for an extended period of time and saves you money on buying new wraps!

You can also use the bar to make DIY wax wraps from any fabric you might already have at home. 

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."