These handmade sandwich wraps keep your lunch fresh and even double up as a plate to eat from while you're out.
- Each wrap is approx 12" across and designed to fit a sandwich made with two or four standard slices of bread.
- One side is made from cotton, the other from a food-safe and water resistant fabric then secured with hook and loop tape.
How to use:
- Put your sandwich inside the open wrap and fold up the four corners. Secure with the hook and loop tape.
- To clean, wipe with a cloth between uses or pop in the washing machine and air dry. The cotton side can also be ironed if you wish.
Brand Story: These reusable sandwich wraps are handmade in the UK by a small Facebook shop called 'Number Nines Designs'.
Reusable Sandwich Wrap (9 Patterns)
Reusable sandwich wraps replace the single use cling film and foil used to wrap sandwiches for work and school lunches.
We can usually pick up cling film and foil fairly cheap these days on the high street and in supermarkets, so I can understand that spending £6.50 on a reusable sandwich wrap seems extortionate in comparison. However, the way that I see it is we may as well throw our money away because that is essentially the nature of cling film. We buy it to use for a very short period of time (sometimes only a few hours), and then throw it away after use.
As the wraps are reusable, they can be used for a much longer period of time as a replacement so will save a number of rolls of cling film being bought in the long run.
From an aesthetic point of view, I love the fact that the wraps are brightly coloured and patterned. They give me a lot more satisfaction to look at on my desk in my lunch break. But practically, I think the wraps work great. The inside is waterproof so will keep your sandwiches well protected and they fold up nicely around your sandwich to form a little parcel.
My rating: 8.5/10