DIY Beeswax wraps are reusable and the best way to use instead of plastic wraps and helps to prevent plastic pollution and food wastage. Make one with the following references.
1. DIY Beeswax Food Wraps
Use beeswax wraps to cover fruits, vegetables, cheese breads, and many more food items. Avoid using it for meat and fish because it cannot be washed with hot water. Learn from this DIY beeswax wraps tutorial by Good House Keeping.
2. Complete Guide to Beeswax Wraps
Beeswax wraps are great to seal containers to store liquid as the cloth is locked in moisture, is waterproof and breathable. Make this beeswax wrap container sealer with this tutorial.
3. Reusable Beeswax Food Wrap
With DIY beeswax wraps, you don’t need to buy food wraps every now and then as these are reusable upto one year. Look at this tutorial by Apartment Therapy.
4. Eco-Friendly Beeswax Wraps
Plastic food wraps and other single-use non-recyclable items upgrades landfill as litter as they take years to compose. Whereas these beeswax wraps are sustainable and reusable alternatives to plastic ones, make one here.
5. Beeswax Wraps at Home for Less than Store Bought
DIY beeswax wraps are much more cost saving and reusable than the ones bought from stores. You need simple and basic ingredients and very few steps to make these at home.
6. Own Beeswax Wraps
Making beeswax wraps hold much more benefits than just cutting down the cost of buying plastic wraps often. For instance, they’re malleable, recyclable, and can be cleaned easily.
7. All Natural Wraps
Use GOTS-certified organic cotton to process your DIY beeswax wraps in order to make them suitable to cover food. Combine it with organic jojoba oil and tree resin to lend it antibacterial properties. Visit here to learn more.
8. Cotton Food Wrap
Watch the simple tutorial above to learn how to make beeswax food wraps using a basic cotton cloth. You can either use an oven or an iron to melt the wax while making it.
9. Jojoba Oil Beeswax Wraps
Use jojoba oil in processing a homemade beeswax wrap to give it a sticky nature so that it tightly wraps a food item. Chef Sous Chef has the step-by-step.
10. DIY Beeswax Wraps – Almond Oil Wraps
You can also make your own food wraps by adding a mix of beeswax and almond oil to a cotton fabric, a very basic alternative to jojoba oil.
11. Long-Lasting Food Wraps
If you properly clear and take care of the wraps, they can almost last upto maximum of one year and once it gets worn out, cut into strips and add to the compost pile. Empress Of Dirt provides the directions.