How To Store Beeswax Wraps

Beeswax wraps can be kept in your cupboards, kitchen drawers, or even inside jars or containers. You should store them in a sealed container to protect them from dust and dirt. Beeswax wraps can also be placed in a cute basket on the kitchen bench or in a clear plastic container on the kitchen countertop.

This article will explore the top eight places to store your bees wax wraps as well as my tip to keep beeswax wrap in good condition for longer.

Top places to store beeswax wraps

Kitchen drawers. Plastic containers, metal containers, pyrex or glass containers, cookie boxes, original packaging, jars. Here are my top eight places to store beeswaxy wraps at home and how I do so safely.

How Do You Wash Beeswax Wraps?

Hand washing beeswax wraps is very simple! You can use lukewarm water instead hot water. Hang to air dry and done!

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How to Wash Beeswax Wraps

This product is made using natural ingredients. It keeps your food fresh and clean. It doesn’t attract dirt or insects.

To wash beeswax wraps you must first rinse them with cool or luke warm water and eco-friendly soap. Then wipe them dry using a clean cloth or sponge.

Caring For Your Wax Wraps

All the useful tips and tricks on how to use bees wax wraps and vegan wax wraps, if you’d like to know how to clean them, store them and refresh them, you’ve come to the right place! Our wraps will last for up a year and can be cleaned by brushing them down or wiping them with a cold damp cloth.

To clean your wraps you should first fill your sink with cold water. Then pop your wraps in the sink, and don’t be afraid to give them good scrubbing with a sponge or hard bristle brush. After rinsing them off, hang them up to dry. You can also use this method to clean your dishes, cutlery, pots and pans, etc.

Wraps should be hung up using a bulldog clips. This keeps them away from too much heat.

When you are ready to use your wraps, fold them up and put them in a jar or box. Store them in a drawer. You can also place them in a bag. For more information about using your wraps, check out our blog post here.

Long Term Care of Wax Wraps

Our wraps are very versatile and last for up to a month with the right care. When we use our wraps more and more, the texture changes and small marks and crease appear. This doesn’t mean it’s time for us to throw away our wraps and buy new ones. It just means it’ s time to refresh them.

Kitchen drawers

Beeswax wraps should be stored in the kitchen drawers along side the tea towels. Baking paper and other wraps and baggies should be stored in the same place as the beeswax wraps. Dishcloths should be used to keep the beeswax wraps clean.

Fold the wax wraps into squares. Wash them thoroughly, dry them and fold them to store away. Leave them on your drying rack to air-dry and then fold them.

Plastic containers

Reusable plastic containers are a good choice for keeping beeswax wraps fresh. You should choose a type of plastic that is BPA free and seals well. Wash the containers before storing them and you can easily store up to 5 beeswax wraps in each container.

How to Dry Beeswax Wraps

When washing the beeswax wraps, be sure to allow them to air dry. Draping them over other drying dishes will work fine as well. Don’t worry about wringing out the wrap.

How to Store Beeswax Wraps

Beeswax wraps should be kept in a safe place away from heat and humidity. They should be stored in a drawer, basket, or on a shelf. They should be kept in a dry and cool place. When needed, they should be easily accessible.

Taking care of your beeswaxy wraps this way, and avoid any heat sources, will helps your wraps last for up tp two year of reuse – and you can use beesawax wraps in many different way. Over time, the waxy will slowly start to break dowen or flake off a littl ebit. This is normal and you can still continue to use thwe wraps. If your beesawax wraps start looking tired,you can alsos refresh them by meltin the wax slightly.

Refreshing Rescuing your Wraps

Your wraps need a good wash. You can use soap or shampoo to clean them. Scrubbing them with a brush or sponge works well. You can also use warm water and dishwashing liquid if you want to be extra careful. Once you’re done washing them, dry them thoroughly. Don’t forget to pat them down gently before wrapping them up again.

Metal containers

Metal containers are one of my favorites for storing leftovers and bee wax wraps. I prefer a good quality stainless steel with a resealable top. This container has a clear plastic lid but a metal bento box works well too if you like a full-metal container.

Pyrex or glass containers

Glass containers are a great way for storing beeswax wraps. Borosilicate glass is very strong and comes with a tight fitting lid. Small Pyrex containers work well for several bee wax wraps and can be stored in your cupboard with many other dry ingredients.

How to revive wax wraps

After one year, the wax wraps look a little worn out. You can easily fix this by using a hot iron to melt the wrinkles away.

You’ll need: An old cookie tray (warm wax can be very messy and difficult to clean off so use a pan you’re okay with losing). A silicone baking mat. An oven (if you want to make more than one wrap). A place to hang your wax wrap. Grated beeswaw (optional) Step 1: Pre-heat the Oven to 140°C. Place a silicone baking mat on a cookie sheet and Lay your wax wrap on top of the mat Step 2: Grab an old cookie tray and Lay your wax wrap over the cookie tray Step 3: Put the cookie tray into the oven and let it bake for 30 minutes Step 4: Remove the cookie tray from the oven and remove the wax wrap from the cookie tray Step 5: Let the wax cool completely before removing it from the cookie tray Step 6: Use a knife or scissors to cut the wax into strips Step 7: Hang your finished wraps to dry Step 8: Store your wraps in a sealed container”

Simply heat the pan in the microwave oven keeping the door open. Watch your wrap as the wax melts. Once the wax on your wrap has melted, carefully take the wrap off by its corners and hang up quickly before the wax hardens. Once it’ s cool – about 1 minute – your Super Bee Wax Wrap will be ready for use and look shiny and brand new!

Our SuperBee Wax Wraps are made of recycled plastic bottles. You can use them again and again. We also make sure that we do not waste anything. When we recycle something, we reuse it as much as possible. This means that we use old plastic bottles to make new products. We do not throw away or burn plastic bottles. Instead, we turn them into useful items such as our SuperBee Wax Wrappers.

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