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Make your own beeswax wraps at home using this food-grade beeswax bar and any fabric of your choice. Repurpose your favorite old dress, tablecloth, or a precious piece of fabric and turn it into a planet-friendly storage solution for your kitchen.
Love beeswax wraps but want the challenge of making your own? This block of beeswax contains our proprietary blend of sustainably harvested beeswax, tree resin, and organic coconut oil to make the perfect consistency for crafting your own reusable and food-safe beeswax wraps at home. It takes care of the tricky part when making DIY beeswax wraps — after all, our secret blend has been tweaked, tried, and tested across thousands of wraps in our very own kitchen.
Turning this organic beeswax bar into wraps for food storage is easier than you might think. Give life to worn-out sheets, old clothing, or any other fabric you’ve got lying around by following the instructions included with this. Easily make your own wraps in under an hour — ideal for a fun kids’ DIY day or for adults to channel their inner crafter!
We made our own wraps using the beeswax bar and it's so fun (for the kids too!)!
The bars turned soft at a hot day (30 oC), so it was not easy to use the grater, but it can be broken off and press into mini pancakes and put on the wax before ironing in the fabric. The consistency of the homemade wrap is identical to what we bought from SuperBee. Very happy with the purchase and recommended!
Give me a cloth large enough and I could wax wrap the whole world! This bar is going to last a loooooong time!
I followed the video instructions and had no problems at all. However by the time I pay for shipping this costs more than just buying the premade ones. I did appreciate being able to use my own fabric and choose my own sizes though! And the product is very good, just quite expensive.
DIY Beeswax Wrap Drops
Its a great DIY project. Abit pricey in regards to shipping but over its cheaper than buying the premade ones in the market. Though the blog said less is more but I realised that I needed to use slightly more to get the coverage, stickiness I needed to ensure the wrap will prevent any leakage. I highly recommend covering your ironing board with baking paper before starting. I feel the individual drops just gets the fuse out of grating bars and you can easily redo areas by adding a drop of the wax on desired area.
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