Beeswax Wrap Premix for DIY Food Wraps
NEW AND IMPROVED! Our Premixed sheets of beeswax for DIY Food Wraps are now even easier to use.
Quickly and easily make your own Beeswax Food Wraps in any shape or size you need.
Now even easier to use, the ultra-thin wax sheets require no preparation, which means you'll be able to make and use your new wraps in minutes!
- The thin sheets of wax require no grating, simply snap blocks apart
- A fun craft activity to do with the kids
- Can be used to re-wax your old beeswax wraps
- Easy to follow instructions included for both iron and oven methods
Read our Beeswax Food Wraps FAQ for tips on how to care for your beeswax wraps.
4 sheets will cover approximately .5 of a metre of fabric
8 sheets will cover approximately 1 metre of fabric
12 sheets will cover approximately 1.5 metres of fabric
Actual coverage is likely to be more than stated above, however, it will vary depending on the porosity of the fabric used. Thicker, tightly woven fabric will need more wax, whilst thin, open weave fabric will require less.
We suggest a medium density fabric for the best results. Quilting fabric works well and comes in an array of pretty colours and patterns, but re-purposed fabric that is clean and not too thin will work just as well.
- Premium premixed wrap blocks made with Australian Beeswax
- Easy to follow instructions
- Australian Beeswax
- Organic Coconut Oil
- Australian Jojoba Oil
We make our wrap mix resin-free for those of us who suffer from allergies or who may be concerned about food safety issues with resin coming into contact with food.
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The package was well done and the instructions were excellent
Beeswax Wrap Blocks - for DIY Food Wraps
After trying the Reusable Delux Beeswax Kit I became totally hooked on making my own wraps & pouches. I was a sceptic but I they really do work and so easy to make. I have made wraps and pouches in every size, I don't think I will ever have enough! Buying the extra beeswax blocks was the next step. As always dispatch was prompt, well packaged and value for money. The other bonus is I am now using all my patchworking scraps to make wraps.
The wax created lots of wraps (I used two blocks) and was easy to use. Smells lovely :blush: