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Natural Beeswax Wrap Keeps Your Food Fresh Naturally

Made with Natural sustainable beeswax, organic cotton, jojoba oil,coconut oil, and pine resin, wraps keep food fresh naturally.  Unlike plastic wrap, natural beeswax wraps allow food to breath.  No more slimy veggies and less food waste.

Handcrafted in the USA

Made In The USA

Our products are 100% Natural and sourced from  sustainable Family Farms in Arizona, Kentucky, and Georgia.   Bees4Seas is serious about sustainability, which means we don't source our product from overseas.  Have you ever thought about the sheer impact of shipping?

Healthy families and a sustainable earth

A Sustainable Food Storage Option

Reusable

Biodegradable

Sustainable!!

How To Care For Your Natural Food Wraps

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Using your Natural Beeswax Wrap is simple. Here are our tips to get the most out of your wraps. 

Below are our wrap size suggestions: 

7X7 to wrap lemons, avocados, apples, and small snacks.

10x10 for larger fruits and vegetables or to cover bowls and jars.

14x14 for large sandwiches, burritos,melons and to cover larger bowls.

14x16 for loaves of bread and casserole dishes. 

14x23 for large loaves of bread or items that you are double wrapping such as freezer items. 

Don't throw any extra pieces away. Use small pieces to wrap items such as toothbrushes or use as fire starters!

How do I use Beeswax Food Wrap? Bees4Seas wrap is formulated with purified beeswax, essential oils, tree resin, and coconut oil to create the perfect cling to seal food. Simply wrap the product around the desire object and use the warmth of your hands to activate the product. The wrap will work best it's overlapped  onto itself. In colder weather, activate the product first by crumpling it up into a ball, which will soften the product and make it malleable. 

What to Expect: As with anything new, you may have a bit of a learning curve when using any beeswax wrap. Since the product is activated by the warmth of your hands, sometimes a little extra patience is needed as you mold the product around your bowls, fruits, and leftovers. Choosing sustainable options sometimes means choosing a bit of an inconvenience. Once you get into the habit of using a natural food wrap, you'll never go back to all that single use plastic waste!

How do I wash my Natural Food Wraps? Simply rinse your wraps with and eco-friendly soap, using a soft sponge or wipe if needed. Air dry your wraps and store folded or rolled in a drawer. Wraps will last several month, as the antibacterial properties of beeswax and coconut oil will allow the wraps to be used over and over again. 

How do if refresh my wraps?  When wraps begin to loose their cling and start looking tired, you can refresh your wraps in a few easy steps. Line a cookie sheet with a piece of parchment paper larger than the wrap that you are refreshing and place the wrap on the parchment paper. Heat oven to 125 and put wrap in the oven for 1-2 minutes, until beeswax melts. Remove the wrap from the oven and lift off tray. Hold the wrap up for a minute or so until the wax drys. If needed, sprinkle some beeswax pellet on the wrap for extra rejuvenation. When wraps can no longer be revitalized, compost or use as a fire starter.

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Wraps will last several month, as the antibacterial properties of beeswax and coconut oil will allow the wraps to be used over and over again.

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Thanks for working with us toward a more sustainable future!

Replacing plastic wrap and plastic baggies with Natural Bees Wax wraps, reduces waste in our shared environment.   Did you know plastic leeches toxins into your food?  Wrapping your food with a Natural Food Wrap is healthier for you and your family.  

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Using your Natural Beeswax Wrap is simple. Here are our tips to get the most out of your wraps. 

Below are our wrap size suggestions: 

7X7 to wrap lemons, avocados, apples, and small snacks.

10x10 for larger fruits and vegetables or to cover bowls and jars.

14x14 for large sandwiches, burritos,melons and to cover larger bowls.

14x16 for loaves of bread and casserole dishes. 

14x23 for large loaves of bread or items that you are double wrapping such as freezer items. 

Don't throw any extra pieces away. Use small pieces to wrap items such as toothbrushes or use as fire starters!

How do I use Beeswax Food Wrap? Bees4Seas wrap is formulated with purified beeswax, essential oils, tree resin, and coconut oil to create the perfect cling to seal food. Simply wrap the product around the desire object and use the warmth of your hands to activate the product. The wrap will work best it's overlapped  onto itself. In colder weather, activate the product first by crumpling it up into a ball, which will soften the product and make it malleable. 

What to Expect: As with anything new, you may have a bit of a learning curve when using any beeswax wrap. Since the product is activated by the warmth of your hands, sometimes a little extra patience is needed as you mold the product around your bowls, fruits, and leftovers. Choosing sustainable options sometimes means choosing a bit of an inconvenience. Once you get into the habit of using a natural food wrap, you'll never go back to all that single use plastic waste!

How do I wash my Natural Food Wraps? Simply rinse your wraps with and eco-friendly soap, using a soft sponge or wipe if needed. Air dry your wraps and store folded or rolled in a drawer. Wraps will last several month, as the antibacterial properties of beeswax and coconut oil will allow the wraps to be used over and over again. 

How do if refresh my wraps?  When wraps begin to loose their cling and start looking tired, you can refresh your wraps in a few easy steps. Line a cookie sheet with a piece of parchment paper larger than the wrap that you are refreshing and place the wrap on the parchment paper. Heat oven to 125 and put wrap in the oven for 1-2 minutes, until beeswax melts. Remove the wrap from the oven and lift off tray. Hold the wrap up for a minute or so until the wax drys. If needed, sprinkle some beeswax pellet on the wrap for extra rejuvenation. When wraps can no longer be revitalized, compost or use as a fire starter.