The natural and reusable cling film
pandoo beeswax wraps are the sustainable alternative to conventional plastic wrap and the best solution to an everyday problem: plastic waste
Our beeswax wraps are made from organic cotton, beeswax, organic coconut oil and tree resin and are handmade in Thailand.
Breathable and mildew free
The wax in the towels protects against dirt, moisture and bacteria, while the coconut oil protects against fungi and UV radiation. The pandoo beeswax towels are the ideal replacement for plastic wrap, they keep the contents fresh, are breathable and mold-free.
The pandoo beeswax wraps starter set
Natural raw materials
The beeswax towels starter set consists of 3 towels in the following sizes:
- 20 x 20 cm beeswax cloth
- 26 x 26 cm beeswax cloth
- 33 x 33 cm beeswax cloth
How to use beeswax wraps
You can cover or wrap anything with our beeswax wraps that you can wrap with cling film. Warm up the towels with your hands so they hold better.
After use, you can rinse the beeswax wraps under cold water and reuse them.
How you handle the wipes determines their lifespan, so that you can enjoy the sustainable alternative to plastic wrap for as long as possible. Here are a few tips:
- Only wash the pandoo beeswax wraps with cold water (do not clean with hot water!)
- Allow to air dry after washing
- Avoid heat and hot food
- Do not pack raw meat or fish
The environmentally friendly replacement for plastic boxes, aluminum foil and cling film. The starter set contains three different sizes for a variety of uses and consists of organic cotton, beeswax, organic coconut oil and tree resin.
The problem: 37kg of plastic waste per year
The average German uses 37 kg of plastic per year. Germany is the front runner in Europe. Bags, foils and other packaging materials make up a large part of this.
pandoo beeswax wraps are versatile, for example as a substitute for cling film. This is how you can avoid a piece of plastic every day.
As soon as the cloths are no longer usable, they can easily be disposed of in the compost. Be part of the solution instead of the problem.
In the EU, 40% of the plastics produced are used for packaging materials. Plastic packaging thus accounts for the largest share of plastic pollution on our planet.