Beeswax Food Wrap: 7 Piece Assorted Size Set - Waxed Cotton Food Wraps: A Plastic Free Alternative to Food Storage
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|Item Dimensions||—||14 x 13 x 0.12 in||10 x 10 x 0.1 in||0.4 x 7.25 x 5 in||14 x 13 x 0.12 in||0.3 x 4 x 7 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.12 ounces||4 ounces||3.3 ounces||1.76 ounces||3.2 ounces|
|Material Type||—||GOTS Certified Organic Cotton||cotton||Cotton||GOTS Certified Organic Cotton||GOTS Certified Organic Cotton|
About Beeswax Food Wraps from Kentucky Home
Each set of wraps comes with a total of 7 different wraps in the box. To make waxed wraps a viable alternative to plastic we knew it was important to make a quality, long lasting product and to include as many as possible in each package.
Each set includes one extra large 29 inch x 29 inch wrap, great for breads, baguettes and other items. It also includes two sets of 14 inch x 14 inch wraps, perfect for sandwiches and large bowls. And finally each pack also includes four smaller 7 inch x 7 inch wraps, perfect for wrapping the end of a piece of fruit, cucumber or other veggie you want to keep fresh in the fridge. In total, with each pack you receive seven waxed food wraps.
How to Use Your New Wraps:
Similar to old school wax paper, a waxed cotton food wrap is a reusable alternative to plastic wrap. Different than wax paper though, a waxed cotton wrap will seal to a bowl or cup with a slight press of the hand, hugging bowls and other dishes with just the right amount of cling. To apply, simply press the waxed wrap down on your bowl or dish, and the warmth of your hand will heat the wax, sticking it to the bowl. The wax will cool again and hold the wrap in place around your bowl, while letting the food inside breathe and stay fresh.
The wrap can will also cling to itself, so for a sandwich on the go you can simply wrap your sandwich, press the edges of the waxed wrap together, and the heat from your hand will seal the sandwich inside.
About the Manufacturer, Kentucky Home Brands
Kentucky Home Brands was founded in Kentucky in 2013, and has grown to a team of five people. We are passionate about using data, design and technology to create products we are deeply about, in a farm community that we love.
One of our favorite elements of the Kentucky Home Waxed Wraps are that they are made locally. Each wrap is handmade and waxed individually by us here in Leitchfield, KY. We are passionate about supporting the local economy, and whenever Made Local is the right fit for one of our products we make sure it is sourced and manufactured right here in Leitchfield. Even our beeswax is local, harvested from local hives and supplied to us by Kelly Bee Supply in Clarkson, Ky.
Every waxed wrap is made with a careful mixture of: Cotton, Jojoba Oil, Beeswax and Tree Resin.
Top customer reviews
They're like somewhat-thin waxy canvas.
They're mainly for wrapping up food.
They're not tupperware or press-and-seal plastic wrap.
In other words, they won't cling like mad and they aren't airtight or watertight.
They cling to their own folded selves _somewhat_.
See picture I uploaded of a wax wrap sticking to itself after having been crushed in the palm of a hand while wet to remove excess water after washing. Other picture is the same wax wrap drying in a dish drainer.
The medium precut pieces are great for wrapping up a sandwich to put in a lunch bag and take to work, so long as it doesn't get knocked around a lot and isn't a juicy sandwich, you know, like a sub with oil, mayo, pickles, tomatoes, peppers...
The biggest piece would probably be good for the uneaten half of a very large watermelon.
I cut it into two or four smaller pieces.
The precut smallest piece is perfect for wrapping up half of a plum or apple if it's not an unusually large apple.
There are some things I don't like to put in air-tight wraps, such as mushrooms and donuts.
These wax wraps are particularly good for those.
They have a distinctive smell that I like, but it seems most people don't care for it.
I took off two stars:
Minus one star for the logo in blank ink printed repeatedly and haphazardly one side of these which, yes, will rub off slowly on clothes or food, and you can't tell easily which side it's printed on, so until it wears off, you're looking closely at the logo to tell if it's backwards.
Minus one star for the logo design.
The smudgey, dim logo, if you look closely, is the silhouette of some arbitrary State in the U.S. and below that the word "home" which is less than 1 in 50 chances of actually being your home. (Before I get a dozen comments for saying "less than 1 in 50"... population isn't evenly distributed between States.)
If you can ignore those horrible manufacturing decisions, then this is a good product at a good price.
On the other hand, the small squares are really quite small; I had to use two of them to encase a piece of cheese. Doesn't seem to stick well to plastic but so far aluminum cans and glass are working okay.