The Ten and Co. beeswax wraps in our original Splatter Print!
Breathable, washable and reusable. These waste-free food wraps keep food fresh longer and provide the best natural alternative to plastic.
+ Reusable for up to 150 uses [depending on care]
+ Versatile; can be used in place of plastic wraps and missing lids
+ Free of synthetic material, these beeswax wraps are fully compostable
+ Handmade in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
+ Fabric is made of 100% premium organic cotton
+ Printed with water-based dyes
+ Coated with Ontario beeswax, organic jojoba oil, pine tree resin and coconut oil
+ Avoid heat or meat
+ Wash in cool water, with mild soap when needed
+ Dry on dish rack or large sponge cloth
+ Store in a cool, dry place
END OF LIFE
+ Made of natural material, your beeswax wraps are fully compostable
Tip | Beeswax wraps can be used as a safe and toxic-free fire starter
Warm up your beeswax wrap with your hands to mould around storage containers, bowls or store leftovers!
Beeswax wraps are the ultimate kitchen accessory and are typically used in place of traditional plastic wrap.
We have listed a few less common but super helpful uses below.
+ A collapsable alternative to food storage containers. Your beeswax wrap can be crafted into a nifty cone for your kidlets and flattened after use, so you're not carrying containers in your bag/purse.
+ Unlike plastic wrap, beeswax wraps are breathable and will keep your herbs fresher for longer.
ZHUZH UP A GIFT
+ Skip the cellophane; wrap the base of your freshly cut blooms in beeswax wraps for an extra personal touch.
TOXIC-FREE FIRE STARTER
+ Once your beeswax has reached the end of its useful life cycle, it can be used to start a fire free of toxic chemicals.
+ Designed in Canada by Ten and Co.
+ Ethically handmade in India
+ Includes 3 sized wraps:
Small [8"x 8"]
Medium [10"x 10"]
Large [13"x 14"]
+ This is a handmade product—dimensions and stitching may vary slightly from the image shown
+ This product comes packaged in a brown recyclable sleeve
We believe that small actions change the world. When choosing natural materials such as cotton, you help eliminate excess waste from our landfills and reduce the demand for plastic products.