Feature 12679006 | © living4media / Löscher, Sabine | 17 images

These wax cloths are the perfect alternative to single-use clingfilm!

Follow these simple instructions and you'll soon be the proud owner of stylish and re-usable wax cloths that will help you keep your food fresh without wasteful plastic. Time to pick some colourful and fun patterns!

Feature No.: 12679006
Number of images: 17
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Photographer: © living4media / Löscher, Sabine
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