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Bee Buzzy Refresher Block
Bee Buzzy Refresher Block

Bee Buzzy Refresher Block

Regular price $18.00 Sale

This is a super cute block of our special Bee Buzzy Beeswax mixture to bring your tired wraps back to life

Made with our unique blend of beautiful West Australian beeswax, natural tree gum and organic Jojoba oil

You simply grate the block onto your tired wrap, place between two sheets of baking paper and use a hot iron to melt and refresh your wrap. Please keep your baking paper to use over and over again 

This block will roughly refresh 2 x X-Large wraps or 4 x large wraps or 6 x medium wraps or 8 small wraps 

Or alternatively you can melt your block in a glass bowl over simmering water and dip any fabric of your choice to make your own beeswax food wraps, be careful this way as the mixture will be very hot 

These blocks are also great for workshops or school classes for making beeswax wraps.

What you will need~
1. 1 x Bee Buzzy Refresher Block 
2. Cheese grater
3. Two squares of baking paper roughly 5cm bigger than the wrap you are re-waxing
4. Iron, steam function turned off
5. Clean tea towel
6. Ironing board

Instructions
1. Place the tea towel on top of the ironing board
2. Cover the tea towel with one sheet of baking paper
3. Place the used wrap on top of the baking paper
4. Grate the Wax Refresher Block onto the wrap, spreading the wax evenly over the whole wrap
5. Place the second sheet of baking paper on top of the wrap
6. Use the iron on a HOT setting and gently press the iron on top of the baking paper
7. Keep the iron moving at all times until the wax has melted evenly, you will see when it has all melted as it starts to squish out around the edges
8. Remove the top sheet of baking paper
9. Carefully remove the wrap, picking it up by the corners
10. Swish the wrap back and forth until cold, this doesn't take long

Things to consider
* The iron and the wax will be hot so be careful
*Do not complete this process in an oven 
*Use an old tea towel as you may get wax on it
* Keep the baking paper to re use again and again
* Pour very hot water over the grater or use a hair-dryer to clean off any wax residue