Beeswax Wrap Bar – Small (Instructions Included)

£3.00

The Beeswax Wrap Bar is the hassle free way to create your own Beeswax Wraps at home and help reduce the use of cling film, one of the number one single use plastic components coming from the kitchen. All Beeswax Wrap bars come with printed instructions on how to use.

Available in 2 sizes:
Small (28g) – will make a minimum of 5 Beeswax Wraps, but this will vary depending on the size of fabric used.
Large (60g) – will make a minimum of 10 Beeswax Wraps, but this will vary depending on the size of fabric used.

The natural antibacterial properties of the Jojoba Oil and Beeswax in the Beeswax Wraps will prolong duration of your fruit and vegetables, so they will keep their freshness for 3-5 days longer than using cling film.

The Beeswax Wrap Bars are made using natural and ethically sourced Pine Resin, organic Beeswax and Jojoba Oil.

How to use:
Step 1: Pre heat your oven to 250 degrees.
Step 2: Cut your fabric down to whatever size you wish to (I normally do 9×9 inch squares).
Step 3: Place the Beeswax Wrap bar in a double boiler (a pint glass in a saucepan works perfectly fine) and melt the bar down.
Step 4: Have a baking tray with some parchment paper ready and place your first piece of fabric on top.
Step 5: With a paint brush (make sure it is one that you will either dedicate to beeswax wraps or one that you aren’t worried about being unusable), dip it in to the melted liquid and evenly paint your fabric, making sure all the corners and edges are covered with the liquid.
Step 6: Then place into the oven for 2 minutes.
Step 7: Once out of the oven, place your next piece of fabric on top of the one that has just come out of the oven. This will then soak up any excess.
Step 8: Place the fabric that has come out of the oven somewhere clean and safe to dry (takes about 1-2 minutes) and repeat the process.

Once they are dry, use the warmth of your hands to mould the wraps over food or a bowl, when cool the wraps will hold their seal. Great for fruit, veggie, baked goods, cheese and bread. Not recommended for raw meats.

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