Warm It Up
Scrunch the wrap into a fist. Feel the beeswax instantly soften and become sticky with the heat of your hands. Use gentle pressure to seal the wrap to the desired form. The wraps sticks to most surfaces, but always seals best to itself.
Let It Breathe
The wrap is antibacterial and slightly breathable, which means your produce won't be turning wet and slimy in the refridgerator. Ditch the plastic and keep your food fresh, longer.
Bee Kind wrap will cover dishes and containers, or wrap directly around food items to keep them fresh and protected. Try wrapping fresh herbs, cheese, making a sandwich pouch, or capping the ends of half-cut vegetables.
Rinse under cool water or wipe gently with a soft, non-abrasive wet cloth. Beeswax has antibacterial properties, therefore, use soap only when needed for big messes. Beeswax can melt, so avoid hot water, wrapping hot items, or using in the microwave. Do not wrap raw meat or raw fish.
Bee Kind wraps will last a year or more with proper care. When they are no longer sticky, they may still be used like wax paper for years to come. Otherwise, cut the wrap into strips and place in the compost or dig into your garden.
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