Beeswax eTee Review. Does it Really Work?

Beeswax eTee Review. Does it Really Work?

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Being caring for the world and trying to choose things for a sustainable future. We came across these eTee beeswax food wraps. That you might have seen all over Facebook adverts.

What are eTee Food Wraps?

eTee food wraps are exactly what they say on the tin. They wrap your food and preserve them instead of using plastics that you throw away daily. The best thing about them is that they are Reusable up to 365 days.

Video credit from the eTee official youtube channel

eTee how it works?

You just wrap all your foods like you would do practically with plastic and they will preserve your food just like plastic does.

Just So Easy To Use.
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How to activate eTee?

To activate the eTee food wraps is simply just to crush itself together like into a ball, this can look a little messy but that’s how you activate them and are ready to use.

How to wash The eTee wraps?

To wash them, just simply put them under running water and use a soft sponge to wash them with. If you can then use eco soap but nothing with chemicals in.

Do not use anything rough as this might take some of the wax off. Also do not wash in hot water as this will melt the wax. Then hang to naturally dry.

Are etee wraps compostable?

Considering they’re made up of 100% organic material, they are compostable as well as biodegradable

What are etee wraps made of?

They are made from organic matter like Jojoba oil, Clove & Cinnamon Essential oils and USDA Organic Beeswax.

Where is eTee located?

The origins of eTee is made and produced in Canada.

Where to buy etee wrap?

We only buy them from the official site > We don’t recommend getting them from eBay or amazon because you might be buying a cheap knock off that isn’t very good for the environment.

what does etee stand for?

As long as you don’t get confused with the little alien film, eTee is short for “Everything Touches Everything Else”. Which is totally a true statement.

eTee Review Positives

  • No plastics, that’s a big yes.
  • Natural organic ingredients.
  • 90-day money-back satisfaction guarantee.
  • Reusable up to 365 days
  • You will feel great helping the environment (every little bit helps)
  • Easy to use
  • Cost-efficient over the long run
  • Does preserve food very well
  • Totally awesome for the environment

eTee Review Negatives

  • Can be pricey to start with
  • Don’t wash them under hot water, they can melt the wax
  • Foods must be cold before you can wrap them
  • If not looked after properly, they won’t last that long
  • Not recommend wrapping raw meats in
  • Does require to be looked after
  • Not totally as functional as plastics (but we can live with that)
  • Takes some time to get used to the whole idea
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Our eTee review Overall

The eTee food wraps seems very pricey at first but after time and time using them, We found out they are about the same price or even less than all the plastic bags we use for lunches.

They do work very well for wrapping foods in and covering jars that have liquids or foods in.

The minor issues of like looking after them, washing them etc are abit of a new thing to get used to but if you dont you’re just throwing money down the pan. So if you buy these or any other beeswax covers – Look after them.

Do we recommend eTee food wraps? Well that’s so easy to say yes but anything that will help this planet for the future and if you can look after the wraps then yes we do very recommend to buy them.

If your lazy and can’t be bothered to look after them, We would suggest an alternative like foil.

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Another set of eyes for the eTee review

eTee review from the awesome “Do Life Healthier” youtube channel

Hope we helped you in deciding if they’re for you or not but if they are not for you – please please please stop using plastics.

Thanks for reading our etee review, if you have used beeswax or have an alternative then please comment below, we would love to know.

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