A reusable, sustainable alternative to plastic wrap, beeswax wraps are the zero waste kitchen accessory you've been missing. Using the warmth of your hands, the wrap shapes to the dish or food you're covering, or can even be folded into a pouch to replace those pesky plastic baggies. The beeswax acts as a natural adhesive to itself or the dish to create a lasting seal of freshness, over and over again.
Not recommended to use for covering raw meat.
Each set contains (1) 7"x7" wrap, (1) 10"x10" wrap, and (1) 10"x16" wrap.
Hawaiian Beeswax, Organic Cotton, Tree Resin, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil
Use the warmth of your hands to shape the wrap into an envelope or around your dish or food, similar to how you would use plastic wrap.
Clean the wraps with a mild dish soap, a non-abrasive cloth, and cool water. Allow to air dry.
Do not use warm or hot water to clean, as the heat can melt the wax.
Do not place in microwave or use to cover hot foods.
Packaging + End of Life
Each set of 3 wraps comes in a cardboard sleeve, which can be recycled or composted.
The wraps themselves can be reused, washed, and re-shaped for about a year or longer. Once they've reached the end of their usable life, they can be cut up and home composted.
Handmade in Hawai'i.
Made in the USA
Palm Oil Free
We ship ugly boxes
Our commitment to sustainability doesn't end when you press that checkout button.
We pack all of our orders in reused boxes and envelopes, with reused paper packaging, post-consumer recycled paper labels, and even paper tape.
You may not get an IG-worthy unboxing, but you will get the most sustainable packaging we can possibly find.
Oh and did we mention our shipping is always carbon negative?
Let's go to the real winner in my eyes. Honestly, I could have purchased this exact product many other places, but the packaging A Drop in the Ocean uses to ship will have me coming back time and time gain.
My first purchase from them was some floss a while ago and it arrived in a reused tea box with a hand written note that was written on scrap paper. I was blown away.
I had never seen a company who claimed to be sustainable ACTUALLY prove to be sustainable through and through. The fact that every piece of the packaging was reused and minimal will have me come back over and over again. If I can purchase it here, I will purchase it here.
I’ve seen beeswax covers for a few years now and thought that was something I really didn’t need. But I liked the shark pattern on these so much that I gave in and bought them. They are very practical and easy to use. Typically I store leftovers in glass storage containers, but that means washing and more room in the frig. These beeswax covers work great, come in 3 sizes in the pack, and are quick to wash off. I’m converted.
BeesWax Wraps: YES!
I have been wanting to try this kind of wrap for a while … finally saw them here. I absolutely LOVE these wraps. I had cut down to maybe one roll of plastic wrap a year and I think I can finally say That’s It! Don’t need the plastic wrap anymore! This solves the problems of trying to wrap those weird sized dishes! I’ve just started using them so not sure how long they will last but … I’m sold! Love this product!
Bees wax wraps
It’s awesome, other wrap brands I have tried fall apart so quickly or way to stiff, or weird sizes that are too large. . This brand has smaller and more convenient sizes.
Bold colorful graphics
Easily moldable to different sized container, easy to clean. Great alternative to plastic wrap and plastic lids that break and have to be thrown away. Love the graphics!