Beeswax Wraps should not be placed in the microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, or over hot dishes.
Doing so will result in the loss and destruction of the necessary wax coating.
If you want to know how to wash a beeswax wrap, here is the best washing video:
All of our Beeswax Wraps are made with ACO Certified Organic Beeswax from NSW Australia.
We use Gots Certified Organic cottons and dyes.
Beeswax does not tend to stick to your food.
We do! Of course.
At Beeswax Wraps Australia, endless happy customers agree that we have the best quality, longest lasting and most functional beeswax wraps on the market.
From the mix and match experience of choosing from over 20 different print selections, to the largest functional sizes you will find, and lengths of up to 10 metres or more, we have become Australia’s #1 favourite Beeswax Wrap because we put you and our precious bees first.
The best way to revive a beeswax wrap is with a set of tongs and a hair dryer or a heat gun if you have one.
We’ve found this to be the simplest method to bring your beeswax wrap back to life.
We hang ours up with clothes pins or magnets, and just run the heat over them until the wax melts. We suggest refreshing them anytime you start to notice increased loosening wax as the best method get them to last as long as possible.