With proper care and love, your wrap can last up to a year.
Cleaning: Hand wash in cold water using gentle soap and the soft side of a sponge or cloth.
Drying: Hang or lay flat to dry. We love to use twine and clothespins to hang in our kitchens. Wraps can also be towel dried for immediate use.
Storage: Fold or roll and store in a clean, dry place. A kitchen drawer or basket works well.
Heat: Avoid heat including dishwasher, oven, microwave and direct heat. High temperatures are not recommended for our wraps.
Meat: We recommend avoiding use with raw meat products.
Reviving Your Wrap: Some creasing and fraying may happen over time. This is normal and should not interfere with the function of your wrap. Simply cut frays with a scissors. Your wrap can be revived by placing them on a parchment lined cookie sheet, or silicon baking mat in a 150 degree Fahrenheit oven for 2-4 minutes. Lift from parchment by corners and hang it quickly before the wax dries.