Eco Buff Ball

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This eco buff ball is the perfect tool for evenly applying wax balm to wood or leather, or simply for buffing and polishing to create a healthy looking shine. The buff ball is made from surplus scraps of organic cotton left over from the production of the Brand’s beeswax wraps.  Use alongside the Beevitalise balms.

  • Sustainably made from waste
  • Organic
  • 100& natural
Vegan
Natural
Plastic Free
Handmade
Made In UK

£2.50

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This eco buff ball is the perfect tool for evenly applying wax balm to wood or leather, or simply for buffing and polishing to create a healthy looking shine. The buff ball is made from surplus scraps of organic cotton left over from the production of the Brand’s beeswax wraps.  Use alongside the Beevitalise balms.

  • Sustainably made from waste
  • Organic
  • 100& natural
Vegan
Natural
Plastic Free
Handmade
Made In UK

Description

 11cm high x 6.5cm diameter

 

Get shining with the Eco Buff Ball from Oakdale Bees. This product can be used for re-waxing your food wraps, polishing your surfaces or evenly coating a surface.

Made from off-cuts from the manufacturing process of wax wraps , the Eco Buff Ball is the perfect way to upcycle whilst keeping your wraps waxed or surfaces shiny.

Oakdale Bees is an apiary of British Buckfast Bees set in 4 acres of beautiful bee friendly meadows, bordering Royal Windsor Forest in Oakley Green, Berkshire.

The hives, consisting of about one million bees, were established by owner Elisabeth Barton-Grew in 2015 to fulfil a lifelong passion for nurturing and protecting nature's best-loved pollinators, and help to do something to abate the alarming decline in the species and the environmental ecosystem they support. The bees forage on the abundant natural larder on her doorstep but can fly up to three miles for particularly tasty treats. Typically, her natural forest larder includes foxgloves, borage, knapweed, clover, cornflowers, poppy’s, honeysuckle, brambles, horse chestnut tree pollen and acres of buttercups. They particularly enjoy her recently planted fruit orchard.

With every buff ball sold a 50p donation is made to Friends of the Earth's 'Save Britain's Bees' campaign.

 

Packaging- Recyclable Card Tag

How To Use

  1. Apply a thin coat of wax to surface.
  2. Buff lightly to begin. Increase speed until even
  3. Repeat if necessary.

Materials

Made from organic cotton scraps left over from beeswax food wrap production.

Recyclable Card Tag