Bee's Wrap Mighty Fix Review
Ethical Products,  Sustainability

A $3 Natural Alternative to Plastic Wrap + Mighty Fix Review

Today, I’m excited to introduce my newest affiliate partner Mighty Nest. I’ve been shopping at Mighty Nest for years, and it’s one of my favorite stores for healthy, ethical, and sustainable home goods.

 

The Mighty Fix

The gem of Mighty Nest is their low-cost subscription boxes. I’ve never been one to pay $50+ for a box of things I may or may not like, but when I learned about their $10 Mighty Fix box, it seemed like a no-brainer to try it.

The Mighty Fix subscription box contains 1-2 items that will make your home healthier and greener. The items are always valued at over $10 and in my experience are extremely practical. Most of the products I received were alternatives to plastic or disposable products (ex: natural wool dryer balls to replace single-use dryer sheets). It’s the kind of things you can use every day, but might not think to buy for yourself.

The Might Fix box ships for FREE, and includes free shipping (and discounts) for any Mighty Nest products you want to add to it.

Though Mighty Fix, I’ve received Lunchskins Snack Bags, Wool Dryer Balls, Full Circle Dishcloths, Bee’s Wrap, and more. It’s been an easy way to add natural products to our kitchen and cleaning routine. I continue to use everything I’ve received, and each item is holding up beautifully.

Mighty Fix Review

I highly recommend trying Mighty Fix if you want a healthy, natural, and more sustainable home. Today, I’m excited to offer a special promotion: $3 for your first Mighty Fix subscription box.

This is a sweet deal, and you also get to choose what your first Mighty Fix will be. You can either get 2 sheets of Bee’s Wrap (a great alternative to plastic wrap) or a set of 3 wool dryer balls. Although I use and love both, I personally recommend using this promotion to try out Bee’s Wrap.

 

Bee’s Wrap

Bee’s Wrap is a healthy and sustainable alternative to plastic wrap. It’s made of organic cotton muslin, beeswax, and a little tree resin to make it naturally antibacterial. You can use Bee’s Wrap for sandwiches, veggies, cheese, bread, and even covering a casserole. You simply use the warmth of your hands to mold the wrap around the food. Then, the beeswax will cool and keep the shape. Bee’s Wrap can be washed and reused for years.

I have a large (bread-sized) Bees Wrap that I use primarily to cover casserole & cake pans. It also works well for wrapping bread and keeping it fresh. I love the way it smells (like beeswax and resin) and the honeycomb design. I always get questions and compliments on it when I take it to potlucks.

For most people, the big downside of Bee’s Wrap is that it needs to be hand washed. Although I don’t find this difficult (it washes up very quickly and easily), I could see how this would be annoying if you’re used to simply throwing away plastic wrap. Of course, the upside is that you’re spending less on disposable wrap, making less garbage, and using a product that is much safer than plastic (which can leach chemicals into your food).

If you’d like to try out Bee’s Wrap, you can get it for $3 HEREThe link should automatically put the code (BEESFIX2018) in your cart. All you need to do is sign up for the Mighty Fix.

Once you subscribe to the Mighty Fix, you can easily pause or cancel it at any time. But if you’re like me, you’ll likely get hooked on this fun and practical subscription box.

 


This post contains affiliate links, which help support this blog. I only link to products that I use or would personally recommend. 

Photos: © Elizabeth Steere

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