Perfect for lighting camp fires, fireplaces or wood stoves, these repurposed Bee's Wrap scraps are natural, water resistant fire starters and offer a long, slow burn with very little smoke.
Hand-wash in cool water with mild dish soap, then air dry. Avoid exposure to heat and hot water to keep your Bee's Wrap in tip-top shape.
Reuse for an entire year with regular use and good care. At the end of its life, Bee's Wrap can be composted or used as a natural fire starter.
Bee's Wrap was founded in 2012 by Vermonter Sarah Kaech. As a mother, a gardener, and a seamstress Sarah wanted to eliminate the use of plastic in her kitchen and find a more sustainable method for storing food. She discovered the lost tradition of infusing organic cotton with beeswax to create a washable, reusable and compostable alternative to plastic wrap. This combination creates a malleable, reusable food wrap that is perfect for storing cheese, fruits and vegetables or baked goods.