How to Wrap
Use the warmth of your hands to seal it over a bowl or plate and to shape around fruit, vegetables, cheeses, sandwiches and snacks.
What Not to Wrap
Never use your wraps for covering raw meat, hot foods and liquids.
Cleaning Your Wraps
Wash your wraps with a damp soapy sponge, rinse in cool water and air dry.
Refresh Your Wraps
You can refresh your wraps as needed by putting them on baking paper and spreading them out in the sun, or putting on a tray in the oven at lowest heat for a short while.
Renew Your Wraps
You can renew your wraps to their original condition by re-dipping into a small amount of bee folk bar.
With care your wraps should last up to a year depending on usage. At the end of their lifetime, simply cut them into strips for composting or use them as firelighters!