These three bee waxes with sea motifs are a good plastic-free alternative to plastic wrap.
The motif Save The Ocean represents what we all should safeguard, and a good reminder of why we should choose these plastic-free options over plastic foil.
We people produce more and more plastic - approx. 8.3 billion tons since 1950 and unfortunately, much of it ends up in the sea.
Designed by illustratorCarolin Lotter.
The cloths consist of organic cotton printed with vegan colors, echo beeswax, eco jojoba oil and tree resin (in very small quantities) - nothing more.
Gaia produces in Hamburg and according to the highest standard in its eco-certified factory.
Includes: 1 15X15cm beeswax, 1 20x20cm beeswash, 1 30x30cm beeswax.
So clean you them:
The cloths are washed by hand in cold water, possibly with a drop of detergent and with the soft part of a kitchen sponge as needed. Then allow air dry. It is important not to use hot water (max about 20 °) when the beeswax melts when it becomes hot.
What it replaces
Material: Organic cotton, organic beeswax, organic jojoba oil, tree resin. With the exception of the tree resin, the components of the beeswax are certified organic. The tree resin comes from small factory in Austria.
Packaging of grass paper. mayeasily recovered due to the high proportion of grass fiber and is biodegradable.
Why I love the brand
Gaia manufactures its Food Wraps / Beeswaxes by hand in his own factory in Hamburg. All raw materials are purchased directly from the producer to Get the greatest possible control over the supply chain.
Good salary, a relaxed atmosphere and full control of quality is the cornerstone of Gaia, and something I obviously want to support.