Ditch the Plastic Wrap - Beeswax Instead!

September 3, 2015

 

BeeEco Wraps are my new favorite item in the kitchen! Not only are they gorgeous, unique, and smell like delicious beeswax, but they are totally eco-friendly! Get this: 

 

BeeEco Wraps are designed to replace plastic wrap!  A mixture of beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin is infused into organic cotton cloth to create a malleable cloth. The wraps are then dyed in gorgeous patterns to add a colorful touch to your kitchen! When the wraps are warm, they are pliable and able to mold around Tupperware lids, tops of bowls, around fruit, and any other thing you can think of! Just today I took home some left over pizza slices in one of their colorful red printed wraps! Once the wraps get cold in the fridge, they harden and adhere to themselves, creating a seal around your food.

 

[image: courtesy of Bee Eco Wraps website.]

 

BeeEco Wraps are washable and reusable. It is suggested to wash used wraps in cold water by hand to extend their life-expectancy. Then just let them air dry on you drying wrack! Eventually the organic cotton cloth will degrade beyond use. But at that point, you can compost them! BeeEco Wraps are 100% biodegradable and compostable!

 

I have only had mine for two weeks but I already want to invest in some more! For my birthday, I was gifted a set of a one large, medium, and small wrap.  I have used the medium wrap the most which fits some of my leftover bowls nicely. I would highly recommend investing in a similar set if you want to get an idea if this is right for you. They are definitely pricey; I recognize that. But BeeEco Wraps are SO much cuter than yucky, clear plastic wraps! Depending on how much plastic wrap you use, investing in this product could keep pounds of plastic out of the landfill each year! I honestly cannot say enough good things about this product! I am giddy just thinking about how I can use these next!

 

Check out their website here: BeeEco Wraps. Have any questions? Ask away! I am perfectly happy to brag about these all day! :) 

 

 

 

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