6 Cool Ways to Use Beeswax Wraps
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We’re always trying to cut down on our waste and single-use plastics, which is why we are loving Beeswax Wraps from Superbee! Both sustainable and functional, there are hundreds of ways that you can use these wraps. Superbee is a sustainable company based in Northern Thailand and we love that they’re a female-owned company, just like us. Here are 6 cool ways to use the Beeswax Wraps that we're including on all orders over $50!*
Replace single-use plastics with beeswax wraps
Ditch the plastic wrap and use your wraps to cover plates or bowls when you’re storing them in the fridge. Need to wrap up an avocado or lemon to save for later? Use your beeswax wraps to keep those extra fruits fresh. Aluminum foil and plastic wrap don’t seal very well, but beeswax wraps are able to get a tight fit that stays put.
Fold into a box for snacks
Test your origami skills and fold your wraps into a pouch for snacks on the go. Perfect for grapes or berries, especially to keep them from rolling away after washing them off. Way better for the environment than a plastic baggie!
Cover tops of carafes
Heading out for a picnic or enjoying a meal outdoors? Most carafes don’t have covers, making it tough to transport some delicious homemade sangria or lemonade. Beeswax wraps are the perfect solution to keep your drinks from spilling while also keeping bugs away.
Use as a grip to open jars
A dishcloth can’t always do the trick when trying to open a stubborn jar. Grab a beeswax wrap to do the job. Tacky enough to grip, but still flexible enough to fold around the lid. You’ll have the jar open in no time!
Wrap around bar soap or shampoo bars when traveling
There’s nothing worse than getting soap all over everything in your travel bag. Use your beeswax wrap to keep your bar soap or shampoo bars clean and tidy in your bag. Even if they’re wet, your beeswax wraps will stick together to seal them up.
Wrap around a bouquet of flowers
Bring a beeswax wrap next time you pick up a bouquet from your local florist. Instead of single-use plastic and tape, have them wrap the stems up in a beeswax wrap. Not only is it good for the environment, but the patterned wrap makes the bouquet even more beautiful!
The possibilities are endless on how you can use your beeswax wrap. For a limited time, you’ll get a free O+R beeswax wrap when you spend $50 or more on any purchase! You’ll feel good about your impact on the planet when you start replacing your single-use plastics with a reusable beeswax wrap!