Minimakers products are sourced & handcrafted with great pride in Singapore. We never compromise on quality. All our ingredients are sourced from reputable suppliers and have been tested and certified by the laboratory to be authentic and safe from harmful pesticides.
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If you prefer to visit a physical store, you can check out our partners at:
Enabling Village 20, Lengkok Bahru, #01-07 | +65 6513 0706
Tanglin Mall | #03-06A | Holland Road Shopping Centre #03-01 | +65 9338 2663
MUJI Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road, #01-10 to 17, Plaza Singapura
To ensure you get the freshest product, we make all our wraps to order. Your parcel is then handed over to our third-party logistic partners every Wednesday and Saturday:
Standard Shipping S$7
(FREE for orders over S$45)
Parcel transit time is 2-3 days from pick up date.
For express shipping (3-4 days) or same dayrequests, please message us via WhatsApp.
You can arrange self-collection, GrabExpress, or Lalamove from our studio in Holland Village.
Please contact us for international delivery as shipping costs fluctuate widely due to COVID-19.
*Please note that for international orders taxes, customs and duty charges that may be imposed by destination country of the shipment are not included in the shipping rates, and are under the sole responsibility of the buyer.
Our beeswax wraps are made in Singapore in small batches and always with the environment in mind so there is as little wastage of raw materials as possible.
We use FSC certified paper packaging for our wraps and reuse materials in the studio for packing. As of 2020, we are so excited to have found shipping partners that allows us to use our own packaging and ditch those poly mailer bags completely.
Mini 5x5in/ 12.7x12.7cm
Nifty size for condiment bowls, jars, half-cut cucumber, avocado, or lemon.
Small 8x8in/ 20.3x20.3cm
Great beginner piece perfect for wrapping cheese or small bowls.
Medium 10x10in/ 25.4x25.4cm
A workhorse in the kitchen. Cover most bowls, or fold into a snack bag.
Large 12x12in/ 30.5x30.5xm
If you have to pick just one! Wrap sandwiches, store herbs in the fridge or cover a large serving bowl.
Extra Large 18x18in/ 45.7x45.7cm
Baker and cook's favorite. Great for a loaf of bread, large trays, storing large vegetables.
Small Foldie 8x13in / 20.3x33cm
Use as a wrap for herbs, cover for loaf tin, or seamlessly folds into a small bag (approximately 6x5in) for lemon, avocado, or snacks.
Medium Foldie 10x20in / 25.4x50.8cm
Perfect for wrapping a bunch of spinach or seamlessly folds into a sandwich bag (approximately 8x9in).
Large Foldie 13x26in / 33x66cm
Popular for wrapping baguette, bundles of herbs, or seamlessly folds into a produce bag (approximately 11x12in).
Beeswax wrap is an eco-friendly alternative to cling wrap. Our wraps are handcrafted with 100% cotton, jojoba oil, tree resin, and beeswax.
Beeswax and tree resin has antibacterial properties. It provides a protective and breathable layer that keeps food from getting wet or wilted while locking in moisture, flavour and freshness.
Absolutely! Hear from our customers who love how well our wraps work here.
Our wraps are made using unrefined beeswax (the good stuff!) and carry a natural scent that changes depending on the types of pollen and plant the honeybees have access to. It can range from the sweet aroma of longan to the subtle smell of sunflower. The scent of beeswax will lighten with use.
Most of us enjoy the scent, but there are a few people who are more sensitive to smell and do not prefer it.
We love that beeswax wraps are great for many things and surfaces. They work well on wood, metal, ceramic, coconut bowls, and even plastic (they do not cling well to flimsy takeaway containers as it is difficult to press the wrap against the container to form a tight seal.)
Take care to avoid direct contact with:
•Raw meat, raw fish, or deli meats. Instead, put them into a bowl and cover.
•All sources of heat. Including warm water, microwaves, oven, hot cars, dishwashers, and hot food.
Visit The Ultimate Beeswax Wrap Starter Guide for more information.
Does your beeswax wrap need a refresh? View our video inThe Ultimate Beeswax Wrap Starter Guide.
Avoid harsh soap(that contains alcohol)
Alcohol dissolves beeswax, choose a gentle soap or dilute before using them to clean your wraps.
Do not use abrasive sponge or brush.
Scrubbing will cause the wrap to flake (if this happens - do not panic, check out our video on how to restore old beeswax wraps.)
Dedicated wrap for food with a strong odour.
The wrap will absorb the smell, use a dedicated wrap for your onions and garlics!
Our wraps are great in the freezer, just take care to let the wrap warm up to room temperature before unwrapping (wax is brittle when cold).
Dough's best friend.
Our wraps are perfect for guarding your rising bread dough! Oil the wrap side that may come into contact with the dough to prevent the dough from sticking.
Depending on how dirty your wraps are, you can clean them using one of these methods:
Wipe clean with a damp towel orsponge cloth: suitable for lightly soiled wraps.
Rinse under cold water: suitable for wraps that comes into contact with sauces and needs a wash.
Rinse in cold soapy water: suitable for oily or heavily soiled wraps.
Allow your wraps to dry completely before storing in the refrigerator.
After each use, clean your wraps and allow to air dry completely before storing. We recommend storing your beeswax wraps in the refrigerator.
Our wraps are made from 100% natural ingredients with no preservatives and additives. Jojoba oil in particular has a shelf life of two years at room temperature and twice that long if keep refrigerated. Shielding them from the hot and humid weather will help you get the most out of your wraps.
Are you facing these problems?
• Flaking or cracking
• Limp and no longer clings
• Washed with harsh soap or alcohol
• Scrubbed with an abrasive brush or sponge
• Came into contact with hot water, or heat source
Don't throw the wrap away!
You can repair them using our mending bar.
Alternatively, the wraps are 100% compostable. Cut them into small pieces and bury them in your garden.
Better yet, use them as fire starters by cutting them into strips, roll them into a ball and light.
Depending on the extent of damage (and the amount of wax left on your wrap), you may be able to revive your wraps just by popping them into the oven for a couple of minutes for the wax to redistribute itself or you can purchase our mending barto top up the wax and your wraps will be good as new.
Get the full instruction & video guide on The Ultimate Beeswax Wrap Starter Guide.