Tala Beeswax Reusable 3 Food Wraps 3 per pack

£15.00 £5.00 each
Set of 3

Sizes: 18 x 20cm / 25 x 28cm / 33 x 35.5cm

100% Natural and a natural substitute to single use plastic.

Hand crafted organic cotton sheets impregnated with 100% natural Ingredients including sustainably harvested, pesticide-free beeswax, tree resin and organic jojoba oil. 

Simply use the wraps in place of traditional plastic sandwich bags, cling film and tin foil to store sandwiches, bread, fruit, vegetables and cheese.


Tala is one of the oldest and best loved kitchenware brands. A trusted supplier, of baking and cake decorating equipment since 1899, Tala has grown to supply cooks and bakers all over the world.


To refresh wrap using an iron:
1) Place a sheet of baking paper on a flat surface or ironing board and place wrap or cotton fabric on top. 
2) With a grater, grate a portion of a refresher cube into flakes and evenly spread over the fabric, then cover it with a second sheet of baking paper. 
3) With the preheated iron, gently press down all over. Let it cool down, then remove the baking paper. 

To refresh wrap using an oven:
1) preheat the oven to 80C/176F
2) Cover an oven tray with baking paper and place the wrap or cotton fabric on top and bake for 5 minutes. 
3) Using a grater, grate a portion of a refresher cube into flakes and evenly spread over the fabric
4) Remove the tray from the oven and use a brush to distribute the newly melted wax across the surface of the wrap. Let it cool.  

Helpful Tips
Cool the refresher cube in the fridge/freezer for easy grating
There's no need to turn the wrap over as the wax will melt through the fabric.
Wax liquifies at 80C/176F and can cause burns. handle with care using oven gloves or tongs. 
store the unused portion of the refresher block in its packaging in a cool dry place. 

Preparation and Usage

Warm the sheet in your hand to soften and mould it into the desired shape.

Simply wipe clean with warm soapy water (using a mild washing up liquid).  Do not use hot water as this will cause the wraps to lose their coating and prevent them from sticking.