April 22nd is Earth Day and these make a perfect starting point to help lesson your plastic use. You can use these for your sandwiches, snacks and leftovers instead of plastic wraps and/or ziplocks. I use them all the time for lunches on the go and leftovers.
Not only are they re-usable and last for as long as you take care of them, they can be composted too.
100% cotton and beeswax, that's it. I have a few organic cotton choices as well.
-19 x 13 inches perfect for casserole dishes
-13 x 13 inches the multi purpose size.
-11 x 11 inches great for wrapping small sandwiches and snacks
- 8 x 8 inches great for covering avocados, apple halves, and jars
-Use, Wash, dry, reuse
CARE INSTRUCTIONS- use cold water and mild soap. Use a sponge or wash cloth instead of scratchy brush. Wipe, let dry, fold or roll up and store. That's it. You can let soak in cool water if there is a stubborn sticky mess.
Ways you can use them (for all sizes)
-Folded into snack bags
-As place mats at a picnic
-Covering leftovers to place in fridge
-Covering casseroles and baked goods
-An attractive wrapping for food gifts that the recipient can then re-use
-Can be used with vegetables, fruit, nuts, bread, cheese, cookies, cakes and many other foods
When NOT to use Beeswax Food Wraps
-As they are not 100% waterproof, don’t use to wrap wet items as they can leak
-Do not use with raw meat as they cannot be washed in hot water
-Don’t use in microwave or to wrap hot foods as this will melt the beeswax
you can also find them here.
— The top picture shows some of the prints I have in stock now. The other pictures are either uses or prints I’ve had in the past.