How to?

HOW ARE THEY USED?

Wrap a sandwich, cheese, produce, or cover a bowl. Use the warmth of your hands to form the wrap over the top of a bowl, half a lemon, or a piece of cheese. The wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a seal. Not recommended for use with raw meat.

WHAT ARE THEY MADE OF?

Baluchon’s beeswax wraps are handmade with natural ingredients, and love. All our wraps are 100% cotton, waxed with organic food grade beeswax & pine gum resin. They are designed to obtain a malleable food wrap that can be used again and again. As they are handmade, they will vary in size and colour between batches, please stay open :)

HOW DO I CARE FOR THEM?

Avoid sources of heat, such as hot water, ovens and microwaves. Wash it in cool water with a gentle dish soap on a soft sponge. Air dry, fold and store flat or rolled for a longer shelf life. Beeswax will naturally be stickier when hotter and more rigid when cold.


HOW LONG DO WRAPS LAST?

Wraps can last a few months before re-waxing is needed. To re-fresh them when they get wrinkly, place them on a flat baking tray on a sheet of baking paper and heat in the oven (max. 80 degrees Celsius) to melt ingredients again. Or place between two sheets of baking paper and iron.


WHAT SIZES ARE AVAILABLE?

We have designed different sizes to cover all your wrapping needs in the kitchen. Our wraps are sold by sets of 3 pieces, based on customer feedback on the most used sizes on their daily life, that is to say one extra-small (XS), one small (S) and one medium (M).

OUR PRODUCTS RANGE:


Extra Small XS: 18 x 25cm 
Wrap half of an onion, half a lemon,  or any snack (carrot sticks, nuts …)

Small S: 23 x 25cm 
Cover a small bowl, snack nuts, a piece of cheese, or half an avocado.

Medium M: 30 x 25cm 

Cover a glass tupperware, half of a sandwich, a piece of cheese, a piece of pie, or half a papaya.

Square Large L: 30 x 30cm 
Cover half of a cabbage or cantaloupe, a whole cheese, a sandwich or a large bowl.

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