What can I wrap in beeswax wraps?
You can wrap everything except raw meat and fish. Baked goods, cheese, fruits and vegetables, herbs and even leeks are suitable. You can wrap whole fruits and vegetables or cut them into pieces.
What if I am not satisfied with the beeswax wraps after trying them out?
We understand that our products might not appeal to everyone at first scent and touch. If you are not satisfied with them, please write to us and we will work together to find the best solution for you.
What if I am not satisfied with my shopping experience?
If you are dissatisfied with BajaBee for any reason or if you have received a damaged parcel, you can return the unopened goods to us within 14 days. Used beeswax wraps cannot be returned due to hygienic reasons.
I am a wholesaler. How can I sell your beeswax wraps?
Thank you for your inquiry. We're looking forward to collaborating with you. Please send us an email to get started.
Can I place an order as a company?
Of course, simply provide the company information at checkout, and we will issue the invoice to the company.
What should I do if I provided incorrect information during the ordering process?
We understand that mistakes can happen. Please email or call us, and we'll assist you in correcting the information.
Where and how do you produce the beeswax wraps?
The beeswax wraps are handcrafted in our small workshop. We strive to use locally sourced raw materials. Our beeswax wraps and bags are made of beeswax, tree resin, and organic rapeseed oil. We use OEKO-TEX® certified fabric, which is safe for human health.
What is the difference between cling wrap and beeswax wrap?
Beeswax wraps are a reusable and eco-friendly alternative to self-adhesive foil. Made of natural materials, these wraps are washable, easy to handle, and preserve food for longer durations. They can also be used as a fire starter, composted after their lifecycle, and present food more attractively than self-adhesive foil. In contrast, self-adhesive foil contributes to disposable plastic waste.
Can I expose the beeswax wrap to sunlight?
The beeswax wrapper softens with heat and can be glued to the relevant object.
What are the uses of BajaBee beeswax wraps?
Beeswax wraps are a natural alternative to plastic bags and self-adhesive foil. Thanks to their preservation properties, they keep food fresh for longer. They can be used to wrap baked goods, cheese, vegetables, and fruit.
What if a food item wrapped in it gets moldy?
If food wrapped in the beeswax wraps gets moldy, we recommend composting the wraps or using them as a solid fire starter.
Can I cut these wraps?
Yes, you can cut smaller pieces from a larger wrap with scissors or a cutting wheel.
I am not familiar with the sizes of the wraps. Can you help me?
We have summarized the information on all sizes in Size Guide Size Guide
Can beeswax wraps trigger an allergic reaction?
If you are allergic to beeswax, natural resin or jojoba oil, we do not recommend using our wraps.
Can I wash beeswax wraps?
Beeswax wraps can be washed in cold or lukewarm water. However, avoid washing them in hot water. You can use a mild, ideally eco-friendly, alcohol-free detergent. The wraps can also be washed with a sponge and then left to air dry.
The beeswax wraps are no longer in new condition; can they be refreshed?
Yes, if the beeswax wrap is still coated with a continuous layer of beeswax and shows occasional wrinkles, you can warm it up with a hair dryer to spread the beeswax evenly on the fabric. If it's heavily worn out, place it on baking paper, sprinkle WorkerBee wax beads over it, cover it with a second sheet of baking paper, and iron it. The melted beeswax will penetrate into the fabric. After removing the baking paper, let it air dry.
How long do the beeswax wraps last?
With proper care, beeswax wraps can last up to a year. If your wrap seems worn out, you can refresh the wax layer using WorkerBee wax beads and continue using it.