how to use beeswax wraps ?

How to use your eco-friendly bee wrap in the best possible way?
We explain EVERYTHING 🙂 The use of your Bee Wrap, its maintenance, its end of life.

🌍 More respectful of the planet than traditional food wrap and just as efficient.
đŸ’„ Bye bye plastic. A pack of 4 Bee Wraps is equivalent to 4 rolls of cellophane. You can reuse them for 1 year.
💛 Our eco-friendly bee wrap is lovingly made in France,
in an ESAT that employs people with disabilities. They are GOTS certified by Ecocert.

Step 1: FIRST use of your bee wrap

For the first use of your Bee Wrap, take a BIG breath. It’s going to be fine 😉

Start by unfolding it. Crample it 2 or 3 times and make it malleable. It’s ready to go. Wrap up your seasonal fruits, your favorite vegetables, your homemade sandwiches. Or cover your favorite bowls or containers in a snap.

Our tips:
– Always wait until your dishes are cold before covering them with a bee wrap.

– Do not put your bee wrap in direct contact with raw meat or fish. First, put the food in a container and cover it up. You can put it in the fridge or freezer.

– CAUTION: Do not use it in the microwave or oven.

Step 2: use day after day

There are 2 useful ways*:

1/ To cover a bowl or other container, squeeze your bee wrap with your hands, during 2 or 3 seconds to shape the bee wrap. You can rub lightly with your fingers to make it adhere to the bowl.

2/ To wrap your favorite foods directly, such as an apple, carrot or cheese,
place them directly in the center and close the bee wrap on itself.
* If you find the third one, write to us as soon as possible!


After using your beeswax wrap, remember to clean it. You’ll see, it’s very simple.

1/ Always wash it by hand and use cold water (~20°C). Hot water could damage your bee wrap and melt the beeswax. Preferably use an ecofriendly soap or dishwashing liquid and use the soft side of the sponge, or a tawashi – a small zero-waste sponge made with recycled fabric or simply your hand.

2/ Wipe your beeswax wrap with a clean cloth and keep it dry.

Step 4: Reuse, over and over again 😉

Once clean, the bee wrap is ready to be used again. It can be reused more than 100 times up to one year.

If it adheres a little less at some point, wrinkle it again as in step 1. At the end of its life, you can put it in the oven for 2 minutes at 60°. Wait until it cools down and wrinkle it again. Here we go again!


Do you still have questions about your bee wraps? Any doubts?

Feel free to contact us here or at
we will be happy to answer you.