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are perfect for all hard cheeses at room temperature or in the fridge.
How to use your Buzzcoth
Seals around your food
With the help of a hand-hug, this sweet-smelling, pliable beeswax food wrap lovingly moulds to the shape of your Camembert cheese, bacon sandwich or half an apple, and just as easily seals the bowl with your supper left-overs or your rising sour dough. Buzzcloth keeps food fresher, in the healthiest way.
No heat or meat
Please note: it does not get on with anything hot, or raw meat. So do not wash in hot water, and don't put it in the microwave or oven. If you want to cover meat, put it into a bowl, and cover the bowl with Buzzcloth. Works perfectly!
Clean with cool water
It's super easy to clean too. Just immerse Buzzcloth in cold water and wash like a dish. You can use your hands, or a soft cloth if you need to. If you need to, use a little eco-soap. As you use it, Buzzcloth takes on a very pleasing creased texture that you just want to scrunch even more!
After many, many months, throw onto the compost
Our bees wraps are made from totally natural materials so at the end of your Buzzcloth's life, between 3 months and 3 years, discard on the compost! No more plastic landing up in our oceans! Isn't that great?
Made in the UK
Each Buzzcloth is made by hand, which is why it's wonky! We also try to use up the big rolls of fabric as efficiently as possible so sizes do vary slightly.
ALEXANDRA JAMES GETS, TOTNES, DEVON:
I just love Buzzcloth! It's delivered in a style that's as fresh as the food it wraps! And it works! When we had only one sheet in the house there was fierce competition for who got it in their lunchbox. The family pack has resolved all our problems (well, all our food wrap problems... I'm afraid it hasn't solved the sibling rivalry in its totality but we're one step closer!)
SARAH WOOD, LONDON:
I used a Buzzcloth beeswax food wrap for Stilton cheese and stored it in my fridge for a week. Usually, it would dry out and I'd have to cut off a bit but Buzzcloth preserved it so well that I could use it as is.
ANDREA LINK, LANDSCOVE, DEVON:
In stark contrast to cling film or foil, I love the natural feel and smell of Buzzcloth....they work beautifully for anything non-liquid... I have used Buzzcloth to protect an apple from bruising in a school bag, to keep together tea bags from a broken box, and to wrap a round pitta bread which was especially pleasing as the pretty flower-shape the Buzzcloth makes feels like I've wrapped a present!
PETER WILLIS, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA:
Just to let you know that when we were in England in March, we sprayed gifts of Buzzcloth around our family, and my sister near Bath had just let me know she absolutely loves them, and will order more, or has indeed done so!