GreenBee EcoWraps are the answer to your single-use plastic wrap worries!
These all natural, organic cotton food wraps are great for keeping food fresh, like a sandwich, an apple, some cheese, or a bowl of salad. Just use the warmth of your hands to form the wrap into shape around your food or dish. Once the wrap cools down again in your refrigerator, a seal will be created, locking in freshness.
Tips for Effective Use:
The scent of the beeswax on the wrap will be noticeable at first but go away after a few uses. So whether you like it or hate it, it won’t last.
Avoid hot food or dishes. Do not microwave.
The warmth of your hands will greatly impact the quality of seal you can create. If your wraps or hands are cold, create some extra warmth by rubbing your hands together before creating your seal.
Safe, Natural Product Ingredients:
- GOTS Organic Cotton
- Ethically Sourced Beeswax
- All-Natural Jojoba Oil
- Tree Resin
Wash ONLY with cool water and mild soap. Rinse throughly and reuse for over a year.
Once your wrap has worn out over many uses, simply cut it up into small pieces and compost it. This product is 100% biodegradable and eco friendly.
Thank you so much for joining the green revolution and supporting the environment with GreenBee EcoWraps. We’re glad to have such a strong community of eco conscious people like you helping us to eliminate the plastic problem, one container of leftovers at a time! It’s folks like you that make us happy to provide environmentally conscious products to the market.
If you are not 100% satisfied with your product, please let us know and we will do whatever we can to fix the situation. All you have to do is ask! If you wouldn’t mind leaving us a review, it goes a long way to helping small businesses like ours pickup steam, giving us the opportunity to provide more eco friendly products to our community. We would really appreciate it!
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