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Beeswax Wraps – Wax Pennies

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Melt into cotton fabric to create a brand new beeswax wrap or use to refresh tired and well-used wraps. Made from the same unique blend used in The Beeswax Wrap Co. workshop. The pack of 12 can make 4 to 5 small or 2 or 3 large wraps from scratch or will refresh up to 12 old beeswax wraps (depending on their size).  Each penny weighs approximately 4g.

  • Palm Oil free
  • Plastic-free
  • 100% Natural ingredients
Natural
Plastic Free
Biodegradable
Handmade
Made In UK

£12.00

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Melt into cotton fabric to create a brand new beeswax wrap or use to refresh tired and well-used wraps. Made from the same unique blend used in The Beeswax Wrap Co. workshop. The pack of 12 can make 4 to 5 small or 2 or 3 large wraps from scratch or will refresh up to 12 old beeswax wraps (depending on their size).  Each penny weighs approximately 4g.

  • Palm Oil free
  • Plastic-free
  • 100% Natural ingredients
Natural
Plastic Free
Biodegradable
Handmade
Made In UK

Description

Pack Contains 12 Pennies

These fantastic beeswax pennies allow you to create your own wax wraps or re-wax your wraps and keep using them for much much longer, saving on more waste.

Handmade in the UK by The Beeswax Wrap Co using 100% natural ingredients such as UK Beeswax, Organic Jojoba Oil and Pine Resin.

Whether you have had them for a year and they need reviving or you have washed your new wraps in hot water by accident and the wax has started to come off, this refresher block will make them good as new again.

Make sure to store this refresher block in a cool dry places and keep out of direct sunlight.

With a pack this size of this secret wax blend you will be able to revive approximately 12 wax wraps depending on their size.

 

Making A New Wrap:

  • Grab a tea towel and place a sheet of baking paper on it, followed by your piece of fabric. Add wax
    pennies on top, 2-3 for a smaller piece of fabric (20 x 20cm) or 4-5 for a medium piece (30 x 30cm) – add more if your fabric is larger.
  • Cover with another large sheet of baking paper (sandwiching the wax pennies and cotton fabric) and, using an iron on medium heat, slowly move it over the pennies through the baking paper, melting them into the fabric underneath. Disperse the wax evenly by moving the iron across the fabric and into the corners.
  • Once you’ve finished, quickly peel the baking paper away from your new wrap whilst it’s still warm (the wax may still be hot so be careful!) then waft your wrap for 10 seconds until cool.

 

Refreshing A Beeswax Wrap:

  • Grab a tea towel and place a sheet of baking paper on it, followed by your beeswax wrap. Add wax
    pennies on top, 1 for a smaller piece of fabric (20 x 20cm) or 2 for a medium piece (30 x 30cm) – add more if your fabric is larger.
  • Cover with another large sheet of baking paper (sandwiching the wax pennies and beeswax wrap) and, using an iron on medium heat, slowly move it over the pennies through the baking paper, melting them into the wrap underneath. Disperse the wax evenly by moving the iron across the wrap and into the corners, being careful not to spill over the wraps edges.
  • Once you’ve finished, allow the beeswax wrap to cool between the baking paper then peel the baking paper away from your refreshed wrap.

 

Packaging

This Beeswax wrap refresher block is completely plastic-free and packaged in a compostable or recyclable card box.

Ingredients

Beeswax, pine oil, jojoba oil