So here we are in a pandemic and you just never know if the store is going to have all the things you need-- it's time to pay more attention to renewable things for those items we use daily. I was a bit skeptical about beeswax wraps for food and how you would wash them and if they would 'cling' etc. I have to say-- I love them! I use them to wrap fruit and veggies (keep celery at least 2x as long as plastic!) and for wrapping cheese mostly. I think you could use them to wrap your sandwiches to take to work or on a road trip/picnic, but I have not tried them for that specifically. I would not use them to say, cover a pot of chili-- not because it would not work, but simply because I think it would retain the spicy smell. So you have to pick and choose, these are extra beneficial for many, many uses, but not all. They do not make a waterproof seal, so if you have little ones or fridge rummagers who might knock things over, I would not use for containers of liquid. But if you live alone, it's great for that cup of juice or bowl of soup you did not finish, etc. The warmth of your hands makes them conform to the shape of whatever you are using them for...so those odd shapes like apples etc it's amazing, or you can make a kind of envelope shape to put things like carrot sticks i- it sticks well to itself. They are supposed to last a year or two, and I can see they will be well used in my house indeed. Total thumb's up- plus beeswax naturally has antibiotic properties-- this is especially nice for cheese to stop the growth of mold and not making it sweat.