Bee's Wrap is an easy, yet thoughtful gift for the holidays, it's a fresh take on food storage, it's made of beeswax and it eliminates single use plastic and keeps food fresh, from prepping meals and storing leftovers in the kitchen to packing lunches and snacks on the Good food deserves good care. You can use your sandwich wrap to pack your lunch, or cover a Mason jar or small bowl with your wraps to keep it fresh. The combination of certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your
👤It bears up with clumps of bees wax, as I love the idea of not having to use plastic bags to pack lunch. I washed my daughters lunch daily and after 3 washes in cold water clumps all over the wrap were present, which meant wax over the food. The product needs work, but it's like the idea.
👤You will love this product if you follow the instructions. Don't use it for meat. Use cool water to wash with dishwashing liquid. You can mold it to seal up almost any shape dish, bottle, or vegetable. The seal is provided by the warmth of your hands. A block of cheese is being practiced. Wrap it in a giftwrap. For a moment, hold your hands up. It is sealed shut. It's easy to open and close as often as you need. The product is good for the environment. Don't worry about how it isn't just like plastic and focus on what it does well.
👤I will never go back to plastic. I have always been aware of the environment and decided to take steps to further that. These wraps are easy to use and keep food fresh for longer. If you wrap it in plastic, the cucumber will get all dried up, but I had a cut cucumber wrapped in it and it didn't get all dried up. I was impressed. I like bee's wax wrap and will probably get more. The pattern is easy to clean and it can be used to mold anything. There is a My only complaint is that. The smell of bee's wax does not affect the taste of the food. If you are worried about the wax on your food, you could always get a cheese cloth or something to use as a lining.
👤I bought this for my daughter to eat before going to Ukonserv boxes. My local store stopped selling wax paper sheets because my daughter wanted them. Although they are wrinkled, they work well after a week of use. They are dry enough to pack lunches after dinner if we rinse, pat dry, and hang dry on a skirt hanger. The sheets are sticky. The kid likes the button and I am not a fan of it. It's great for apples and pear. They are expensive. Only 4 stars is enough. I hope they last a year.
👤I bought this set in order to have a tubing trip down a natural spring where only reuseable items are allowed. The wraps were easy to use. You just use your fingers to seal the wrap. After being in the cooler a few hours, my sandwich was held securely. It was dry. I used the other wraps for fruit and energy bars. Everything tasted good. The wraps were bigger than I expected. They were easy to clean. Follow the instructions. I'm hooked. I will purchase another set. These are perfect for school lunches and perfect for going to national, state and even local parks that have carry-in, carry-out rules.
Compostic wrap is a 100% home compostable wrap. It's clingy, but won't overstay. It works the same as the conventional plastic cling wrap, but won't stick around for hundreds of years, so it won't be as harmful to the environment. It is certified to break down completely in your compost within 12 to 24 weeks. That's faster than an orange peel. Compostics certified home compostable cling wrap is a safe and eco-friendly alternative to plastic. All of their products are non-toxic and free of any traditional plastic. Their testing has shown that their products perform just as well or better than conventional plastic, with pre perforated portions making it easier to use than ever before. Compostic cling wrap is microwave and freezer safe. Compost friendly packaging is achieved by printing all of their products with soy or water based ink. Compostic wrap is a truly zero waste product because there's no need for plastic or metal. Compostic and taking your first steps towards a more sustainable home can be done by you. Compostic wrap is certified to the strictest home composting standard available, which goes beyond other tests to ensure products are not toxic to worms and therefore can be placed in your worm farms at home. Compostic wrap is compliant with both European and American standards. It is food safe and tested by Intertek to standards for microwave and freezer safety. All organic ingredients are free of genetically modified organisms.
👤The product was shipped in a huge box filled with bubble wrap. Someone is trying to minimize plastic usage and waste and this is distressing.
👤I live in Los Angeles and shop at Trader Joes. I buy most of the cleaning and household products on Amazon. These kinds of eco friendly products are being stocked. Delivery and cling wrap work well. happy customer
👤I had to cut the first piece without a sharp edge. I had to read the instructions. You have to use it in 12 equal pieces, because it has some small holes in it. This isn't a big issue, but it does seem wasteful. I am not trying to use less to avoid pollution, just to save money. There is a It is hard to stretch across because it sticks to itself and is just as static as the plastic stuff. It can be un-bunched because it doesn't stick well. There is a That doesn't stick very well. It is tinted green so we can tell if a piece goes into the trash or compost.
👤It is hard to get the roll started again after a sheet tears in half. It took me a while to figure out that there were cuts. I am confused as to why a non compostable plastic bag has a compostable cling wrap in it. In my county, they no longer recycle plastic bags. Wrap the boxes in some cling wrap.
👤This product is great and helps the planet. Knowing that it is compostable made me happy and was the main reason for purchasing. They are also using their snack and sandwich bags. They can be washed and reused.
👤The producers of this product are attempting to make a plastic wrap that is not harmful to the environment. I wanted to like this product. I had to throw it away. It is hard to work with. It tears when trying to wrap something. Plastic wrap is similar to this, but I found it worse. I threw it out because I was so angry with it.
👤I love this! It's more thick than Saran. It is a little difficult to tear plastic wraps.
👤The product arrived quickly and seems fine. The 2 packs of unbreakable plant based compostable cling wrap were encased in several feet of thick plastic bubble wrap which is completely unnecessary, wasteful and ridiculous. Please stop.
👤This is a great idea. This doesn't work. It is not possible to tear along the lines. You end up with a mess when you try to tear it off. It is difficult to remove the wrap from the box. Fix the problem with tearing first.
👤It was awkward to tear and get to fit. Maybe make it work first.
The wax melt cubes are hand-poured in Indiana, ensuring quality and fast delivery. Their wraps are made from cotton, natural jojoba oil, and ethically harvest beeswax. They use 100% recycled paper for their packaging. These wraps are natural and sustainable. Food is Delightful. Store food items like lemon, bread, and cheese. Bowls of salad can be put in your fridge or you can pack a snack. HUNNYBEE makes a unique gift idea. There are 3 different sizes of the package, including 2 small-sized (7" x8"), 3 medium-sized (10" x 11"), and 2 large-sized (13" x 14"). Money saves, reed, and washable aredurable and long- lasting. Use the warmth of your hands to mold it over food. When it cools, the wrap forms a seal. The wraps are easy to maintain if you wash them with cold water and soap. Their team at HUNNYBEE are obsessed with customer satisfaction, they'll replace or refund any questions asked.
👤Over the past few months, we have used these wraps a lot, and we have noticed a reduction in the use of plastic wrap in our home. There is a When you first open them, they are folded and peel off, because the wrap is sticky. They leave a waxy substance on your hands that doesn't come off with water, but just rub them into your hands and it disappears! It's good for your skin as it contains some oils. I only use the large one for loaves of bread or baguette, so I might cut the large one into smaller pieces. The wrap makes the bread soft and prevents it from getting hard. I use a sponge, soap and water to remove onion skin from the wax paper, but it doesn't work very well. I have to pick off pieces with my fingers. When you hang to dry, the stuff sticks on the rack you are drying on. The wrap seems to absorb stains, but I only use one for red pepper since it is now colored. I don't use it for anything with tomato sauce because of the risk of another stain. Some of the wraps are not as sticky anymore, but they still use it to close my half lemons and tomatoes. It is fine. I don't use a lot of plastic.
👤These are really cool. I like them. I need to label what I wrap because my husband can't read my mind. I use painter's tape. It works perfectly and barely sticks to anything. I had to peel off some of the avacado. Didn't seem to hurt it. The dog hair sticks to them very easily. They dry very quickly. I am definitely buying more. When this is over. There is a After handling them, you get a film on your hands. As you use them, they get a bit more flexible.
👤The paper was supposed to be tacky to stay closed, but after a couple of washings, they are not tacky at all.
👤I am glad to have found the Hunnybee beeswax food wraps, they are great for replacing my plastic wrap. I am very pleased with my purchase so far. The wraps work well on glass, ceramic, and plastic dishes. They are sticky at first. They left a sticky mess on my hands and the dishes, but that is not a problem, as I think that is to be expected with the nature of the product. I am grateful to have a more sustainable alternative.
👤I got this about a year ago, hoping to reduce my plastic wrap usage. Even though they work well, I found that. I didn't like their texture. I only used a few of them because I didn't like cleaning them. There is a Fast forward to now, as I was cleaning up my kitchen. I opened the package and looked at them. I never took them out of the package. They had started to mold. You can see it in my pictures. I don't know if it's my fault for not cleaning one of them thoroughly enough or if it's because I live in a tropical climate without AC in my kitchen. Either way, I threw them in the trash and wrote this review in case anyone else out there in a humid climate would be interested in buying these. I'll get some bowls with lids instead of trying this again.
Their food preservation storage sets are easy to clean and save money, you can use them to store your food with confidence. If you have a question about the food storage set, please contact their online customer service. Bee's Wrap is a unique, disposable, foodwrap that keeps food fresh and eliminates single-use plastic. Bee's Wrap has everything you need to pack lunches and snacks on the go. It is a thoughtful gift for holidays, housewarmings, dinner parties and potlucks. Good food deserves good care. A size for every occasion; use your medium wraps for cheese, baked goods, half a cabbage or grapefruit, or a Mason, and use your small wraps for half a lemon or a avocados. Certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin are made in the USA. The combination creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101 teaches you how to create a seal around food. Bee's Wrap will create a seal when it cools. After rinsing your wrap in cool water, air dry it. You can reuse your Bee's Wrap for up to a year.
👤I am very sad that I won't be able to use them. They impart a strong smell and flavor to whatever you wrap them in. They function the way they should. I can't eat anything that's been in them for more than 12 hours.
👤There are some things to know about these that you can take advantage of. Do not use hot water to clean these. It ruins them. To clean, I pour dish washing soap directly on them and rub them with my hand and non-abrasive sponge after I wet them with cold water. They dry out quickly. There is a If the air is too dry, they don't hold together. The heat and humidity from your hands will make them work if you hold them in your hands for a few seconds. Finally, these don't stick well to other substances but they work better to wrap something entirely than as plastic wrap to cover a bowl, because they are easy to stick to.
👤These are great. They keep the food fresh and free of waste. They are easy to clean. I have used it to wrap bread, but I made the mistake of slicing bread on it, and the wrap cuts very easily. That was my own thing. The wrap is durable. We no longer need plastic wrap in our home.
👤My friend turned me onto these. She is a lovely person, but she has been secretly judging my ziploc usage for months now. One day, her turmoil just bubbled over and she said, "Oh, the storage bags." The chemicals. Why? I live under a rock, and I was all "huh?" She told me the storage bags were bad. I should try this wrap. I was like, seriously? $42 for some paper? Is she real? I did the math and it was found that these are cheaper every year. I will never give up my SUV. I should spend $42 to save the earth. I bought them. I am now obsessed. Fact. They smell good, they are fun, I wrap up snacks with them, and my son wraps up all sorts of food for our fridge. I have come around. When I see someone with a storage bag, I can say "enough already, you earth destroyer" and show them my solution. Win.
👤These have not been easy to use, maybe I didn't care for them as much as I should have. I bought them because I wanted to stop buying plastic baggies that end up filling our garbage can. They just turn to this sticky filmy rag after rinsing them off with soap and water. It's gross. After drying them, I put them on a granite countertop to fold them before storing, but I noticed that there was a sticky substance on the countertop. I wouldn't purchase again. I would have given this a 1 star, but I appreciate the effort that was put into making this product to deter us from buying so many plastic baggies that end up in the trash.
Bee's Wrap is an easy, yet thoughtful gift for holidays, because it has you covered from prepping meals and storing leftovers in the kitchen to packing lunches and snacks on the go. Good food deserves good care, so it's plastic free and silicone free. A medium (10 inch x 11 inch) wrap is great for cheese, baked goods, half a cabbage or grapefruit, and a small (7 inch x 8 inch) wrap is great for fruit. The combination of certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your
👤I bought the Bee's Wrap Wraps, and the Honey Bee Beeswax Wraps. The Honey Bee Beeswax Wraps and the PataBee had the same smell, but the Honey Bee Beeswax Wraps had the least pleasant smell. How did I do it? I compared each version on appearance, malleability, durability, and then tested each on a loaf of dog food, a small glass of water, and a glazed cereal bowl. I compared seal, cleaning/instructions, and how they did between fridge and ambient temperatures. These were the most pleasant to work with, but were not as sticky as the Honey Bee Wraps. The Bee's Wrap brand is made in Vermont. Instructions were similar, wash in COOL water with dish soap, hang to dry, fold and store. Don't use for meat for about a year. Don't cut on them. The pattern was pleasant, with an off white and a honey comb print. The Large is 13x14 in, Medium is 10x11in, and Small is 7x8 in. The smell of one of the brands I tried was pleasant. It gets an A+ for malleability and shows no wear. It was not as sticky as the Honeybee Wrap brand. The water glass test showed the same leak as the PataBee brand. The Honeybee Wrap left a visible trace. I would rate it a B for function. There is a The pattern is nice to me, but I prefer simple solid earth tones. The pack is a good mix and is ideal for many uses. The PataBee ones had damage from the corners being folded, but they showed no wear or damage. There is a The Honey Bee Wraps worked on all the different surfaces equally well. The ParaBee's aren't as stiff as they are because they take a little work to stick to edges. They are washed and dry. There is a The PataBee is made in Switzerland. Instructions are more specific. Hang to dry and only use the soft side of the sponge to clean. Direct sunlight and avoiding raw meat and fish are recommended. Don't eat hot food or deep freeze. There is a warning not to eat them. They mention that they should last 3-6 months and that they only use organic ingredients. It comes with four wraps- small, two medium, and one large. They are in solid colors. They show every crease, corner damage, and other crazy things. I would rank them in 3rd place. I had to re-smoosh them down because they didn't stick to themselves well. I would come back a few minutes or hours later and they'd be stuck. There is a The packaging says to wash with a mild detergent and rinse in cold water. They don't recommend using raw meat because the surfaces are porous and not easily sterilizable, and they feel they will last up to one year. Like all of these, avoid heat. The pack comes with a large (14x14 in), medium (11x10 in) and small (8x8in). This brand leaves a very sticky obvious stain on everything that has to be scrubbed off. See the picture! There is a The prices... The 4 pack of PataBee Beeswax Wraps was priced at $20.95. The 3 pack of Bee's Wrap wraps was $18. The Honey Bee Wrap wraps cost $16.47. Overall thoughts. I wouldn't buy the wraps again. They didn't function as well. These things are already more work than saran wrap, press-n-seal, or foil, so a noticeable difference in function and annoyance level was a deal breaker. They have the shortest expected life-span and must wear/damage. The smell is not a deal breaker. Solid colors are a plus. They were just more unwieldy and stiff, without being thicker or more secure. The cheapest wraps were from the Honey Bee Wrap. The biggest down side is the fact that there's a lot of stuff. That's a big disappointment. It seems to come off easily in the dishwasher but takes a bit of elbow grease with manual dishwashing and looks terrible. They took the same amount of work to get things locked up. The patterns are likely to be hit-or-miss with people's preferences. The smell is strong. There is a The Bee's Wrap wraps are close to second place. Just after the Honey Bee Wraps, the smell gets a B rating. I like the pattern more. They don't show wear, aren't as sticky, and don't leave a trail. They are not as secure as they could be, but still usable. There is a A final soap box topic is a veterinarians interest in zoonotic diseases and food safety. I'm sick of people picking on meat. People act like vegetables and can do no harm. All fruits and veggies should be treated like meat. Vegetables and fruits can be contaminated easily by E coli, listeria, salmonella, botulism, etc. Don't wash them lightly! Everything that comes in contact with them should be washed. If you're going to put raw/unwashed fruits and veggies in these things, you're probably creating a surface that you're not going to be able to wash off in the long run, and it's not going to be impervious to heat. Take care and be safe in the kitchen. I will give a final lifespan update and review for each of these as I use them longer.
Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your Bee's Wrap is an easy, yet thoughtful gift for the holidays, it's a fresh take on food storage, it's made of beeswax and it eliminates single use plastic and keeps food fresh, from prepping meals and storing leftovers in the kitchen to packing lunches and snacks on the Good food deserves good care. For every occasion, use a small wrap (7"x8"), medium wrap (10"x11") or Mason wrap for cheese, baked goods, half a cabbage or grapefruit, or covering a Mason. The combination of certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your
👤I don't like plastic wrap. It just sucks on it's own. I was looking for an option that would be eco-friendly. I'm all for finding new ways to deal with the drawbacks of swaps, and I'm all for exchanging things for the better of the world. This beeswrap doesn't compare to plastic wrap or foil. It's good for the earth. It's not good for the kitchen. You can't use it on anything warm or the wax will melt and ruin your beeswrap. If I leave an item on the counter for 5 minutes, the wrap will wrap unclings if it gets in the fridge. Exhibit A is my baked ziti that turned to a hard, crumbly mess because my beeswrap unclung in the fridge. This stuff is called CRAP, CRAP! You can save money and find a different way to save the planet.
👤I really want to use this product. It is a beautiful concept. I have only used the smallest wrap 3 times since buying it. I washed it according to the package instructions found in the item description. There is a The product lasts about a year according to the description. They look and smell great. There is no smell or taste in the food you wrap. After washing the smallest size wrap, it has lost its ability to wrap, because it has lost its coating. I have used the other two wraps a couple of times. I am washing them lightly. They are fine. There is a I was hoping to get a replacement for the small wrap that is so worn. I have no recourse except to return the packet or write a poor review. There is a I hope the other two wraps don't fall apart. There is a I hope the maker sees the review and offers me a replacement wrap. As time goes by, I will update my review so that you know how well the other two wear, and if the maker offers me any assistance. I'm still looking for a more sustainable way to wrap food for lunch. I'll give you an update on my experience with this product.
👤I like them a lot. I don't feel that they are holding up very well, even though I love them, but I have used them for 3 months. The clinginess of the "plastic wrap" was lost. They should be replaced yearly according to the directions. I bought them because they are better for the environment and for your health. I'm left with the question of whether to buy 2 rolls of plastic wrap a year at a cost of $6 or choose health and environment at $20 a year. I want to have more sizes around the house. I haven't made a decision yet. Have to see how long they will last.
👤The smell is amazing and reuseable. There are 3 different sizes.
👤These are a nice color and come in a nice package. I think they work better at room temperature than in the fridge. I usually use larger wraps to wrap the dish or bowl. One of these after less than a month of use has a section with no wax left, leaving me to question the quality of these. I think the concept is great, but for the price, I wish I was having a better first month with them.
Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your Bee's Wrap is a unique, disposable, foodwrap that keeps food fresh and eliminates single-use plastic. Bee's Wrap has everything you need to pack lunches and snacks on the go. It is a thoughtful gift for holidays, housewarmings, dinner parties and potlucks. Good food deserves good care. The Wrap is the perfect size for sandwiches. It's great for kid's lunches or hikes. Button and tie keep your sandwich fresh. Certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin are made in the USA. The combination creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101 teaches you how to create a seal around food. Bee's Wrap will create a seal when it cools. After rinsing your wrap in cool water, air dry it. You can reuse your Bee's Wrap for up to a year. Wrap Care 101 teaches you how to create a seal around food. Bee's Wrap will create a seal when it cools. After rinsing your wrap in cool water, air dry it. You can reuse your Bee's Wrap for up to a year.
👤This sandwich wrap is my new favorite thing. I was hesitant to order it because I was worried that the bread on the sandwich would oxidize in this wrap. I asked the question to the customers on Amazon and they all said that it did not make the bread old, and in fact kept it fresh and soft. I have been using this for a couple weeks and I can say that it keeps the bread soft and fresh on a sandwich. My 1st graders likes it. He has been taking a sandwich to camp. I taught him how to unrap it, by wrapping the string around the button twice. I taught him how to use the wrap as a place mat to catch his crumbs, and how to wrap the leftovers up again. The bread is always soft when I unwrap his sandwich bits at the end of the day. I am very impressed with this thing. I ordered my older son one because I love it so much. He is excited to have his own. I wanted to try one first before I got another, but it was a total hit. I was so happy to try it. Highly recommended!
👤I was looking for a replacement for my old Wrap-n-Mat, which was made in the US, but sadly it's now made in China. I found this! It's made by a small business in the US, and it's easy to clean. If the manufacturer continues to produce it in the US, I will buy it again and recommend it to others.
👤The product was great. I bring a sandwich every single day for lunch, so I didn't want to throw away a sheet of saran wrap. It was easy to clean, just rinse in cold water and add a little dish soap if necessary. My Bee's Wrap only lasted four months with 5 days a week usage.
👤The description doesn't mention cinnamon smell. I think it might act as a preservative. If I knew that, I wouldn't buy it. The wrap is too tight for a large sandwich to be closed. I would like it to be by an inch wider.
👤I guess the abeego brand doesn't make anymore? These are very similar. There is a I like better. I think you have more options with the wraps. There is a Where the wooden circle is attached to the wrap, a corner of the fabric is folded down, making a pocket. It will be nearly impossible to keep that clean as there will be crumbs, soap and water in there. There is a I think it is a good product. I hope they rethink their method of attaching the fastening.
👤It's a great alternative to plastic bags. The tie string button allows it to hold sandwiches, but also small items like grapes, cheese, etc.
👤My husband usually has a wrap on his lunch. These are perfect! We are using less plastic and supporting honeybees. We bought these wraps and bowl covers for our kids. I love them!
We have put quality and love in making wax wrappers for food and follow their care instructions for multiple reuses. They offer on-the-spot refunds because they are confident in their improved customer experience. 18 pack food storage set There are 9 PEVA seal bags, 6 Silicone stretch lids, 3 beeswax food wraps, and 3 food grade materials in the set. There are food storage bags. The freezer bags have an anti-leakage design, can keep the food fresh, and can prevent the juice from overflowing. It can store grains, biscuits, leftovers and homemade lunches, but also documents, jewelry, mobile phones and other electronic products, which is a must-have for your travel. There are 6 strands of Sicilian stretched noodles. The Silicone Stretch Lids are stretchy and can fit around bowls, plates, containers, mason jars, mugs or cans. Silicone stretch lids have an air-tight seal to keep your food fresh. If you want to keep your food fresh, you can put the stretchable silicone cover on a container in the refrigerator or microwave. There are 3 parts of the beverage wraps. This is a wrap that is natural. It will be great for keeping food and containers safe. When it cools, it will hold its shape and create a seal that will protect your food. After cleaning, the food wraps can be used again. Their food preservation storage sets are easy to clean and save money, you can use them to store your food with confidence. If you have a question about the food storage set, please contact their online customer service. Their food preservation storage sets are easy to clean and save money, you can use them to store your food with confidence. If you have a question about the food storage set, please contact their online customer service.
👤I was very disappointed with their performance, I was really excited to get these. The bags should not be used for raw meat and such. It took me a while to get back from work. One had watermelon, one had pizza, and one had chicken. They grew a black colored mold in less than 5 hours. I have stopped using them because of what is in them. I am not finding as many uses for the wrap as I expected, and the Silicone covers are decent.
👤This was a huge surprise. I didn't know about the beeswax things until I bought this set. It's pretty cool. Just warm it in your hand, place it on whatever you need covered, and hold your hand over it for half a minute. It stays. We will see how well it stays in the fridge. I bought more of the blue stretching lids. Never tried them. Need more than one. I bought more because of that. Some are useless to me. I have never tried those bags. I bought a huge set of them alone. Give it a try and buy this!
👤The only thing that I found useful was the reuse of the ziplocks. They are a good alternative to plastic zip bags. There is a The blue lid does not stay on, but maybe it is the exact size of the lid top. If you try to stretch it onto something bigger, it won't stay on. I have not found anything that is the exact size of any of these blue toppers.
👤The beeswax is great. I use it to cover sandwiches and fruit. I love it! The kids can be difficult to fit bowls or jars that aren't the exact size. I washed the bags in the dishwasher and they didn't work anymore. I've been trying to turn my bags upside down to make sure they don't leak, but they do. I don't think these are leakproof. The bags that don't have holes are currently storing food in the freezer. I plan to purchase more bags from a different brand in the future.
👤Recently moved and wanted to stop using disposable plastic. I wanted a bundle of them, but the ones in store are too expensive to justify. These are easy to clean and durable. The covers in the bundle are great for storing food, microwaving or sealing uncovered bowls or plates. It's a great item for a gift.
👤Really like this. The wraps are made of beeswax. Make sure you don't expose them to heat. There is a The bags are very sturdy. I clean my hand because they are not rigid and it wouldn't work well in the dishwasher.
👤I use them every day. I store leftovers in the fridge and take sandwiches to work. I wish they could stand on their own. I could put soup and other liquids in them because they hold well.
👤Useful! They came in a bundle. I get to try out the paper for many purposes. They are great! When dry, use them.
100% pure: never any added or altered. Their food wraps are made from organic cotton, organic jojoba oil, and ethically harvest beeswax. The wraps are certified by EuropeanLFGB. The fabric is GOTS certified and made of recycled paper. A natural alternative to cling film. Size and Quantity would matter if one size didn't fit all. The design is triple the size for your daily uses. There are 5 small, 3 medium, and 1 large wraps in 9-pack. Depending on your demand, different sizes can cover different foods. It's easy to wash, reload and post. Wrap a container or piece of food with warm hands and form it over it. Air dry and wash in cool water with mild soap. Food wraps should be kept away from heat and not put in the dryer. The properties of beeswax and jojoba oil allow food wraps to be used again and again. Food stays fresh for longer. Their premium food wraps with beeswax are not only eco-friendly and sustainable, but they also keep your food fresh for longer. Air tight seals created by their food wraps will keep your food fresh. You can keep your sandwich, cheese, fruit and leftovers wrapped up. Their WRAPS are RISKFREE. If you are not completely satisfied with these wraps, please let them know and they will replace or refund your purchase. Click on the store to ask a question and then contact them. Their WRAPS are RISKFREE. If you are not completely satisfied with these wraps, please let them know and they will replace or refund your purchase. Click on the store to ask a question and then contact them.
👤I received the 9 pack. One of the 3 that I have checked had no wax on it. The video shows which one I'm talking about. It doesn't stick to itself, so I can't wrap it. Quality control is not good. You can see that something is missing by looking at the color difference in the video. I will not be buying from this vendor again. I looked for contact information for this vendor to deal with this issue directly, but it was not found.
👤The wraps are very sticky and smelly, and the other reviews were correct. It was taking skin off my fingers. I ran under the water to loosen up as much as I could. It seems ok after the smell goes away. I don't think I would give it to someone. I use them to wrap fruits and veggies in the fridge or freezer. I like the small and medium wraps, but haven't used the large size. You should lay flat since drying is an art. I live in a warm climate and it's hard to find a cool place to store these.
👤I've been looking for a good set of beeswax wraps to use as an alternative to plastic wrap. Three cute designs tell you the size of the wraps. They are easy to unwrap and come with instructions for use and care. I tested them out with different Tupperware and found that the three sizes were able to fit all of my Tupperware. It is nice that they can form to any shape of Tupperware in case I can't find the lid. To use, all you have to do is hold the wrap on top of the Tupperware and let your hands warm up the wax. It will stick to Tupperware. Run your hand along the edge. I used this to wrap around my lime and had no problems at all. I just washed off the lime and there was a small amount of beeswax left. It's not a big deal. There is a These are easy to care for. There were clear instructions on the packaging it arrived in, as well as in the packaging. It is a good reminder to only use cold water and gentle sponges with soap, so that you don't melt or break the wax coating. There is a The design is cute. The three fabric prints that were chosen are colorcoded to show the size of the wrap.
👤The date is 12/23/2020. Over time, these wraps are getting better. 75% of my plastic wrap use has been replaced by one package. They keep cheese well when tightly wrapped. My husband washes them so I can't speak to him, but I'm thinking of buying more. The three small ones are not too small to be useful. The green one is a small one on a Duralex bowl, and the blue and white one is medium on an 8x8 Pyrex dish. I used the large one on my mixer bowl. I haven't used beeswax wraps before, but they are exactly what I expected. They stick well. They seem thick. There were no odors. I think these will help me reduce my use of cling wrap. Purchase reimbursement requires a review written in exchange for it.
Wrap Care 101 teaches you how to create a seal around food. Bee's Wrap will create a seal when it cools. After rinsing your wrap in cool water, air dry it. You can reuse your Bee's Wrap for up to a year. Bee's Wrap is an easy, yet thoughtful gift for the holidays, it's a fresh take on food storage, it's made of beeswax and it eliminates single use plastic and keeps food fresh, from prepping meals and storing leftovers in the kitchen to packing lunches and snacks on the Good food deserves good care. Wrap produce like asparagus, carrots, and leafy greens in a large wrap for use in a bowl or pie dish. The combination of certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101: use the warmth of your hand to create a seal around food, bowls and pans; Bee's Wrap will hold its shape when it cools, creating a breathable seal; rinse your Bee's Wrap in cool water with mild soap, then air dry; reuse your
👤Bee's Wrap is a plastic-free alternative to food storage. This is the eco-friendly version of plastic wrap because it is non-toxic and non-irritating. I bought the large set because it was the cheapest with the most wrap. When I got them, I took one sheet and cut it into smaller sizes so I had a wider range of sizes. If you want to cut them down according to your needs, I highly recommend getting the large sizes. When I got them, my husband looked at them and thought there was no way they were going to work. I was a little skeptical that the sheets would work, since they don't seem very sticky. I have been using them for a few months and they work better than I expected. My favorite use is to wrap my blocks of cheese. I folded the block of cheese in half. The heat from your hands makes it stick together, so you need to press down on the edges with your fingers. I left a block of cheese in the fridge and forgot about it for 3 weeks. I was surprised to find that it was still usable after I unwrapped it. There is a This can be used to cover the end of a cucumber, if you have leftovers, and I used it to cover a milk jug when I lost the cap. I don't recommend you use it for meat because it could spreadbacteria from the raw meat. I tried this wrap on an anavo and it was brown the next day. There is a It is easy to wash and keep clean. After you have used it, wash it under cold water and hang it to dry. I hang it to dry on my dishwasher or stove handle. It is dry in less than a day. There is a The only reason I gave it a 4 stars is because it's not enough to seal the edges. Sometimes I need to warm the bee's wrap up with my breath in order for it to stick. There is a I plan on buying more once these get worn out and they are showing no signs of wear and tear, so that could be awhile!
👤I hate plastic and like the idea of this wrap. I've tried it from 2 different manufacturers and they were the same. This wrap is going to hold up well. Is it cheese? It gets hard and dried up in a few days, very disappointing. Even if the bowl is warm, there is no seal on it. How about wrapping veggies? Only if you will use them the next day. Is there baked goods? It will make a lot of bread crumbs. A chicken breast that was cooked? For a sandwich you will eat within a few hours, it's fine. It does not seem to hold odors. I want to love this product, but it turns out it is very expensive sandwich wrap. I am using it in conjunction with unbleached parchment paper, but the cost is too high, I am sorry to say, for the usefulness of this product. It is a great idea and I wish it worked better.
Bee's Wrap is a unique, disposable, foodwrap that keeps food fresh and eliminates single-use plastic. Bee's Wrap has everything you need to pack lunches and snacks on the go. It is a thoughtful gift for holidays, housewarmings, dinner parties and potlucks. Good food deserves good care. For every occasion, use your small wrap to store half a lemon or a cucumber, a handful of cherries, or both. It's great for cheese, baked goods, half a cabbage or grapefruit, covering a Mason jar or small bowl and packing snacks. Large (13x14) is ideal for covering a bowl or pie dish and wrapping produce like leafy greens, asparagus and carrots. Certified organic cotton, certified organic plant oils, and certified tree resin are made in the USA. The combination creates a plastic wrap alternative that can be used again and again. Wrap Care 101 teaches you how to create a seal around food. Bee's Wrap will create a seal when it cools. After rinsing your wrap in cool water, air dry it. You can reuse your Bee's Wrap for up to a year.
👤We go through a lot of plastic. I've been hearing about these wax cloths for a while now. I bought a company that was cheaper. There is a difference. The cheaper ones are made with cloth that is cheap and attracts stray hair. I couldn't remove the lint from it. The wax was flimsy when it came out and wouldn't stick anymore. I was angry. Almost gave up. There is a I tried these. Changed my world. The material is similar to a sack. Very strong. You can't feel the wax. They form around bowls and stick to themselves. I didn't have to use painters tape. My husband knows what is in there so I just use painters tape to label it. These things are easy to clean. I put it on the counter. To wash from center to edge, use a light tough. Everything comes off. Some things can make it stain. Red bell peppers have already been cut. That is the only disappointment. You get what you pay for. These are wonderful. I'm only buying from this company. I support bees as well. There is a What about the things you wrap? My avocados last a long time. When they are halved. I can get it to last a week. Its still fresh and delicious! If I cut into bell peppers. If not a full week, they last for days. They're still good. These things are wonderful. I wrap everything! My husband is crazy.
👤I wanted a way to keep the bread fresh without being in a Ziploc but the largest size in the three pack doesn't completely wrap around my usual bread loaf. The product is amazing. The smell is pleasant, it's not sticky, and it looks and feels sturdy. I would recommend for small snacks, but not much. I don't think it would cover half a watermelon, but if you don't mind that then go for it.
👤I'm obsessed. I love Bee's Wrap. They work well and last a long time. I've tried other "bee wrap" products before and they were not good. The Bee's Wrap brand was superior to them. They only worked a couple of times and quickly took on a stinky musty smell, and they never had the bee's wax scent or malleable waxiness to begin with. I will never buy anything else than Bee's Wrap. The price for quality and stamina is worth it.
👤The product can't really replace plastic or aluminum. It can be used for dry things like sandwiches. It doesn't cover anything if it's cold. I haven't had a problem with the smell affecting my taste. I have used it half a dozen times and have not had any issues with it.
👤I have had it for a couple of years. It needs to be re-waxed. It is starting to lose its elasticity. I've seen people have to rewax, which makes sense and will need to be done soon. It has held up well. I love them when I use them. These are better than plastic wrap or aluminum foil. They get the job done and are cute. They are easy to clean. Over the years they have become a bit stained, but I don't care. For three, they were a little expensive. I only used the medium size for everything in the larger set, because it was only three sizes. Overall, would recommend but would also recommend a larger set with more sizes.
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