Bee Green Wraps - Extra Small Bulk Pack 5 Wraps

Bee Green Wraps - Extra Small Bulk Pack 5 Wraps

$12.00
Bee Green Wraps are an all Australian Eco Friendly company who have created both a beautiful and very eco sustainable...
  • Sold By: Wellness
  • Categories Australian Brands, Brands, Eco Lunch
  • Type: Wellness

Bee Green Wraps are an all Australian Eco Friendly company who have created both a beautiful and very eco sustainable range of wraps. Bee Green Wraps are made from 100% cotton sheets with colourful and exciting prints that are infused with a blend of Australian Beeswax, Tree Resin and Certified Organic Jojoba Oil. Crafted with a combination of only raw ingredients that are naturally antibacterial they will not only reduce the need for plastic to cover and wrap food but they will also keep food fresher for longer. 

The possibilities are endless, you can wrap, store and cover fruit, veg, garden produce nuts, sandwich, cheese, bread, crackers and fermented foods in your pantry, fridge or lunchbox. This 5 pack of Extra Small Wraps are perfect for covering over a glass, jar or over the end of a cucumber, half a lemon or half an onion – very useful. 

Colours: ​Colour will be selected at random, we will however do our best to match with other wraps you may have purchased.

Can also be purchased as a single wrap. Click on XS Wrap

PLEASE NOTE:

Due to a high demand: ​Colours and designs MAY VARY, we will however do our best to match your request and what is available in stock.

Ingredients:

Cotton, organic beeswax, tree resin, organic jojoba oil

How to care:

To clean, wash in cool water with a mild dish washing liquid and when dry, fold them back up and store. Treated properly, they can be used repeatedly for around 1 year. Over time, the protective wax coating will wear away. When it reaches the end of its life, simply bury it in your backyard and it is completely biodegrade.

Protect wraps from heat sources such as the oven, microwave, dishwasher, prolonged full sun on a hot day – or anything hot enough to melt wax. Beeswax melts at around 62-62°C, but it begins to soften before getting to that temperature.

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