Life is all about the little things… like the little bit of cucumber leftover from your salad, or the little bit of jalepeño that was a little more spicy than expected. What to do with these little bits? Well, you could chuck them in a Ziploc, or toss them in a bowl with foil on top. But why waste resources when you can save your little things in a softly honey scented beeswax Khala Cloth™?
You can use one of our 6x6 inch MINIs to cover your remaining ginger, onion, or jar of extra stock to maintain freshness in the fridge for up to 5-7 days. For the slightly bigger jobs, use one of our SMALLs, a 7x8 inch rectangle that can be folded into a bag to set-up your mise en place for easy meal prep during the week (or to carry into the woods for a gourmet camping experience)!
Looking to lower your waste even more? This nude pack includes no packaging- just waxed fabric goodness.
- One pack contains Two Minis (6x6 inches) and Two Smalls (7x8 inches)
- Made from a mix of natural waxes, coconut oil, and Colorado sourced Beeswax
- Washable, reusable, compostable
- Self-adhering - the more you twist and fold, the better it will stick!
- Versatile - fold into a bag to enclose your food, cover a bowl or jar … whatever you need, our wraps have got you covered
- Durable – Our wraps last a year on average, and are easy to store and clean (check our FAQ for some tips)
These Khala Cloths™ are going to join your kitchens all-stars. Capable of being folded, unfolded, crinkled, and tossed around in a backpack, our Minis and Smalls aren’t, well, big, but they can easily stand up to the task that plastic wrap and Ziplocks accomplish. If easy to wash and care for isn’t the cherry on top, then surely your choice of print is. Add some color and fun to your kitchen gear, bringing a smile whenever you pop your head in the fridge for a midnight snack.
You have so many plates to juggle: reducing your carbon footprint, using less plastic, buying products that are good for the environment. That’s why we at Khala & CO try to make things easier, by carefully sourcing all the oils and waxes we use for our beeswax wraps to ensure our products are not only reusable, but also sustainable from root to tip! If after a year of use you feel that your wraps have lived their life to the fullest and simply can’t be used anymore (check our FAQ for some tips), rest easy knowing your Khala Cloths™ are compostable. From Mother Earth, Back to Mother Earth.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I bought this as an alternative to plastic wrap. So far I love this product. It works as described. I just rinse it off in between uses. Would definitely buy again.
I got a variety pack last year on a trip to Colorado and I just love using these in my kitchen. I just ordered another assorted set plus 3 mediums. The medium size works for covering bowls and wrapping cheese. I live in a hot humid climate and these have held up well for a year, which is as advertised. They are super easy to wash and I hope they will continue to be available. Ordering online was easy and they arrived quite timely in spite of a warning about delays due to the pandemic.
These are great and really do keep bread fresher longer. I like mine so much i bought more as gifts. Now I want more of them!
I bought the bakers wraps for my bigger blocks of cheese - the smaller ones spoiled me with how easy it is to quickly wrap up that last bit of gourmet cheese. The bright pattern yells out from the cheese drawer "HEY!
Eat me!" and I didn't want the cheddar and pepperjack to feel left out. When I use the Khala wraps, my cheese doesn't get that dry and weird spot, or get moldy. It is easy to get the wraps to stick to themselves and form around pretty much any shape.
I have found that they wash up really well - the wax just doesn't let things grow on it, and any residue from stuff I leave in the fridge *too* long sloughs right off with a soft sponging. Now, I buy them for my friends as a thoughtful gift, and have even cut up my old ones to use as fire starter for camping and my bugout bag. They lasted me close to two years, and keeping them out of hot water sure does help! I highly recommend.
I first encountered this product while at the Mother Earth News Fair in Eugene, Oregon. I bought a variety pack, took it home, and proceeded to use them in every possible way! Two years later, I needed to replace the larger ones and did so with the two pack of large beeswax. They hold up well, keep my food from getting slimy, and make me feel way better about how much stuff I sent to the dump! Plus, when they're worn out, I cut them into strips and use them to start fires in our wood burning stove. I generally give them as gifts to friends and family for Christmas, and they all love them! They clean up easily, and I haven't had any problems with mold growing on them even when I leave keys in them for a long time. I highly recommend!
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