How to use the beeswax wrap
Wrap cheese, fruits and vegetables, sandwiches, snacks and more! Not recommended for meat or fish. To activate your new wrap, scrunch it up between your hands, then use the pressure and heat of your hands to create a tight seal around the item that you are wrapping.
Care & cleaning - beeswax wrap
Wash in cool, soapy water. Do not heat or freeze. Lasts for a year or more. Compostable.
Care & cleaning - Swedish dishcloth
To clean or disinfect your dishcloth, place it in the top rack of the dishwasher, boil in water, or throw in the washing machine (keep out of the dryer). Lasts for a year or more. Compostable.
Did you know that…
- Once your beeswax wrap loses its stickiness, you can either compost it, extend its life by adding a new coating of beeswax, or use it as a fire starter for bonfires.
- The Swedish dishcloth was invented in 1949 by a Swedish engineer. It is made from a mixture of natural cellulose and cotton that can absorb up to 20 times its own weight.