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Wax Paper

  •  This wax paper has a thin coating of wax on each side, which prevents food from sticking to it
  • Is moisture-resistant and microwave safe too
  • Microwave and oven safe; suitable for baking, reheating, etc
  • Eliminates the need to grease or oil baking utensils
  • Non-stick and grease-proof for easy removal of cakes, cookies, pastries, pizzas, etc
  • Can be used for cooking purposes as well
  • Great for wrapping food for travelling or display
  • Makes a good wrapper for snacks like sandwiches, sticks of butter, or wedges of cheese

Wax Paper - Product Specification

Country of Origin



Asahi Kasei, ASAHI KASEI INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, G-Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai


Sunbeam Mercantile Ventures Pvt. Ltd, 7/838, Darussalam Road, Jew Town, Cochin 682002


Sunbeam Ventures PVT. LTD, 7/838, Darussalam Road, Jew Town, Cochin 682002

Net Quantity

1 count

Generic Name

Wax Paper

Looking for Premium Quality Wax Paper

Wax paper sheets is paper that has been covered with a thin layer of wax. It is used mainly in cooking or to wrap food to keep it fresh.

How to Use Wax Paper

There are a plethora of ways in which a sheet of Wax Paper can be used in addition to being used to line baking pans and as a food wrapper.

  •         Lining cabinets.

Many people use waxed paper to line cabinet shelves as it is great at grabbing dust so instead of scrubbing every couple of months, you’ll just have to replace the paper. Try it on top of your fridge, too.

  •         Polish your taps.

Wipe down taps, knobs or other fixtures with a piece of wax paper to keep them fingerprint and water-spot free.

  •         Keep Ice Cream Fresh

To prevent ice crystals from forming over your ice cream, once you’ve broken the seal and dished out a scoop, simply cover the

leftovers with a layer of wax paper.

  •         Coat Your Cutting Boards

Or anything made of wood, from salad bowls to spoons. Wiping them with waxed paper will give them an excellent protective finish, effectively guarding against nicks and stains.

  •         Clean a can opener.

Rub the wax onto the can-opener gears to keep the blade rolling smoothly. It will keep the can edges from becoming dangerously jagged.


  •         Seal wooden utensils.

Protect wooden spoons, spatulas and the like by buffing them with a balled-up piece of wax paper. Try it on wooden serving bowls and cutting boards, too.

  •         Form a funnel.

Roll a piece of paper into a cone, insert it into a jar and pour in the contents. Refilling jars with everything from spices to hardware just got a whole lot easier.

  •         Cork a wine bottle.

Before you seal a bottle of wine for the night, wrap a little piece of wax paper around the cork so it will be easier to pop open next time. Plus, the wax will stick to the bottleneck, creating an even tighter seal.

  •         Un-stick a zipper.

Rub the teeth of a zipper with wax paper to give it extra sliding power.

  •         Help curtains glide.

Swipe wax paper across a curtain rod so your drapes will slide open and closed smoothly.

Know More about Wax paper

Frequently Asked Questions

Waxed papers fall into the category of materials that you can reuse many times. To use it again, you only need to wash it.

Wax paper sheets are usually coated with paraffin wax on both sides. In other words, there is no right or wrong side of wax paper, and either side can be used.

Baking paper has a silicone coating while wax paper has a wax coating. Also, baking paper can be used in baking as it is heat resistant whereas a wax paper is used for wrapping or storage as it can’t withstand tremendous heat.

No, you cannot put hot food on wax paper. Wax paper is not heat-resistant; the wax will melt and stick to the food when exposed to higher temperatures.

Generally, wax papers are not heat resistant as there are chances of the wax melting and burning. However, if the waxed paper is labelled as microwave safe, then it should be safe and reliable to use in a microwave oven. Always check the instructions before use.

The wax papers labelled as microwave safe can be used to bake a cake. Wax paper has a thin coating of wax on each side, which might melt at high temperatures and the paper itself can catch on fire. So please check the product details before using it for baking purposes.

Waxed paper is commonly used in cooking and baking for its non-stick properties, lining countertops and tables before rolling out pie crusts or kneading bread and wrapping food for storage, such as cookies, as it keeps water out or in. It is also used in arts and crafts.


This wax paper is of excellent quality and it serves its purpose well. I use it to wrap the sandwiches and rolls I take for my lunch and there has never been an instance of regret. Might just be the best food wrapping paper I’ve ever used.
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This wax paper is pretty awesome. Its a fantastic food wrapper and since it is microwave safe, it can be used to line baking pans without any worries. Additional tip: If the zipper on your jacket isn't sliding as smoothly as it used to, simply take a piece of wax paper and rub it over the teeth of the zipper to restore its smoothness!
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This wax paper is thicker than most other wax papers in the market. It’s completely greaseproof as well as non-stick. Can be used to wrap oily and sticky food without any issues. Loved this purchase.
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