With proper care your beeswax wraps should last for one to two years. However, lack of proper care or overly harsh cleanings can shorten their lifespan. Find out how to properly clean, store and use your beeswax wrap here.
Your beeswax wrap will get wrinkled over time. This is natural and does not affect the quality of your beeswax wrap. With proper care, you can use our beeswax wraps for one to two years.
Beeswax melts at 62°C, so there is no need to worry about the product melting with regular use. Tree resin has an even higher melting point, and our production process ensures that our beeswax wraps do not become brittle. Your beeswax wrap can be exposed to summer sunlight with no problem, as it will cool down in the shade right away. While beeswax wraps are best kept at room temperature up to 26° C, they also work well in the fridge or freezer. Please note that beeswax wraps should not be crumpled when frozen. Make sure they come to room temperature first
If your beeswax wrap has loose threads, you can feel free to trim the threads with scissors. Since the beeswax and pine resin seal in the fibres, the beeswax wrap will not unravel.
No. Beeswax wraps smell a little of beeswax and pine resin, but this scent does not transfer to food. They do not absorb odours, either.
Sometimes there are remains of cotton shells on the fabric. However, usually they go unnoticed due to bleaching. Our organic cotton is unbleached, so this residue is occasionally visible
Because seams and additional materials can lead to difficult cleaning and are at a higher risk of getting damaged, we do not offer bags or totes at this time. You can simply fold our wraps into bags since they stick to themselves without any additional strings or ties and they are very thick and sturdy.
Yes, you could. But for what? First and foremost, beeswax wraps are a replacement for all one-way packaging when it comes to food items. All the unique features of beeswax wraps work perfectly for all your food-related needs.
No. We have decided against a vegan alternative. The reasons: Importing! Carnauba wax or canola wax from single-crop farming is neither environmentally friendly, nor does it have the wonderful features of beeswax.
We only use wax surplus for our beeswax wraps, which is carefully selected from organic beekeeping operations.
Due to light conditions when we are taking the pictures of our products or to your screen settings, it may happen that the colour is not properly displayed on your screen.
Yes, of course! Just write us an e-mail with your desired size and colour. If you want a custom size, you can simply cut one of our beeswax wraps according to your needs!
Yes, no problem! We are happy to customise the packaging for you. We can print a logo or any lettering you choose on our grass paper packaging. Whether you’re buying a gift for your customers, for your employees, or as a Christmas gift for your family, our beeswax wraps will leave a lasting impression! Find out more.
Yes, there is an easy solution. Just use our DIY wax blend with organic beeswax, pine resin and organic coconut oil. There are plenty of DIY beeswax wrap instructions out there, but we have simplified our production process for your DIY projects , so you will not need baking paper, a pressing iron, or any brushes.
For detailed instructions click here. Have fun!
All our materials are certified organic but you will not see an organic label on our product. Since beeswax wraps are not food, clothing, or beauty products, they do not qualify for a seal despite being 100% organic. As a result, we chose the NCP certificate. Read more about this certificate for natural products here.
“Cold Process” means that the used plant-based oils and the lye are saponified at 60°C. Saponifying is a chemical process, which ultimately produces soap. The cold process is a particularly gentle method for producing soap. The raw materials are not exposed to high temperatures and therefore all the high-quality ingredients can be preserved.
Superfat refers to a process where a percentage of oils in the soap are not mixed with lye, so they are not saponified. In order to do this, the percentage of plant-based fats or oils has to be calculated at a higher rate in the soap formula, resulting in a soap with a fat surplus. Thus, the superfat oils can work their magic and protect and nurture your skin. Most soaps have a superfat percentage of 3-20%.
Find out more about “soaps” here.
Conventional liquid soap contains several chemical additives, which are not needed in natural soap. Natural soaps only contain natural ingredients such as plant-based fats, botanical extracts, and essential oils. If natural soap is compared with curd soap, the most distinctive feature is that natural soap contains superfats. Superfat is an essential factor for your skincare and the maintenance of your beeswax wraps.
Our natural household soap is a cold process soap which is exclusively made of high quality organic raw materials. Due to a superfat rate of 10% and a balanced blend of different essential oils, our soap is especially gentle to the skin. Aside from cleaning our beeswax wraps, you can use it for cleaning other surfaces such as stainless steel, wood, and ceramics.
Find out more about how to use our soap and how to prolong the lifespan of your beeswax wraps.
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