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Vegan Wax Food Wraps

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    Sustainable food storage that is a natural and safe alternative to plastic food wrap!  High quality, washable, reusable, and 100% biodegradable. These plant-based wraps are vegan, extra malleable, and stickier than traditional beeswax wraps. 

    Comes in a variety pack with 3-sizes: 1 small - lemon print, 1 medium - avocado print, and 1 large - pineapple print.

    Wrap cheese, bread, half an avocado or apple, half a lemon, use to wrap sandwiches, or as bowl covers. We do not recommend using the wrap for meat.

    How to Use: Activate your wraps by warming and working them into your hands.

    Care Instructions: Hand wash with dish soap and cool water- hang or drape to dry. Keep stored in a cool location. Reuse for about 1 year. 

    Ingredients: GOTS Organic Cotton, Carnauba Wax, Jojoba Oil, and Tree Resin

    Recommended: Keep wax wraps away from heat such as hot water, dishwashers, microwaves, and ovens. Do not scrub with an abrasive brush. Do not use for cutting on.  If you don't use it for some time, store in the refrigerator.

    **Due to the hotter temperatures during the summer months, please make sure to check the tracking so the wax wraps aren't sitting in the mailbox for too long. Pop in the refrigerator when you get them before use.**

    Vegan | Reusable | Biodegradable

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    Together, we can help end the climate crisis.

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