Beeswax Wrap Mixture


Give old fabric new life – make beeswax wraps at home!
Proprietary Beeswax Wrap Wax Mixture.
Block of Beeswax from lockal beekeeper , Pine Resin and Coconut Oil.
Lasts for 6-10 Wraps or 1 square meter of Fabric.


  • Beeswax
  • Organic pine Resin
  • Organic Coconut Oil

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A fun craft project that reduces plastic use, food waste and expenses, our method for making Reusable DIY Beeswax Wraps is simple and effective and aims to reduce your carbon footprint while having fun in the kitchen.

What are Beeswax Wraps?

Beeswax wraps are a natural alternative to plastic wrap. Pieces of cotton fabric are saturated in a mixture starting with a base of beeswax and usually mixed with some form of resin and oil. The wraps are pliable and breathable, allowing them to be molded over food or containers while keeping its contents fresh. They can be used on almost any food (except raw meat) and can be cleaned simply with cold water and mild detergent.

What You Need to Make Reusable Beeswax Wraps

With the exception of the actual food wrap ingredients, most items you should have available at home. For our DIY beeswax wraps you’ll need beeswax, jojoba oil, pine resin, cotton fabric, paintbrush, scissors or pinking shears, baking sheets, parchment paper, heatproof mason jar or measuring cup, string or clothesline, clothespins or clips.

What Type of Fabric Do You Use?

Natural fabrics are the best choice for making reusable food wraps. Make sure to wash and dry the fabric before making the wraps.

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