2019年09月24日

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Both companies make their wraps in multiple sizes—small, medium, large and baguette-sized—from cotton fabrics in multiple colorful patterns designed specifically for them.

They’re available individually or in multi-packs. To use the wraps, you simply wrap them around whatever you’re storing. The warmth of your hands conforms them to the shape of what you’re wrapping, and the slight stickiness of the waxy surface helps them hold. They can go in the fridge or freezer too. After using a wrap, hand wash it in cool, soapy water and let it air dry.

When the wraps have finally lost their waxy properties—after about a year of regular usage, according to Bee’s Wrap’s Kaeck—just compost them.

Beeswax wraps won’t completely replace your plastic wrap—they can’t quite achieve that clingy, airtight seal. But they’re perfect—and more festive looking—for lots of everyday uses. And if you want to cut back on plastic in your kitchen, you’ll just feel good using them. You can buy them online from each company’s website and find retail locations for them there. You’ll find Bee’s Wrap here and Z Wrap here.

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