Marcal Deli Wrap Dry Waxed Paper Flat Sheets, 15" x 15", White (3000 ct.)
About this item
- Unique breathability prevents sandwiches from becoming soggy
- Added wet strength stands up to sauces
- Biodegradable and compostable
Wrapping sandwiches and meat for transportation means you need something that will be waterproof and durable. The Deli Wrap Flat Sheets Wax Paper, 15" x 15" (3,000 ct.) is finely coated in wax to protect your food. With 1,000 sheets per box and three boxes per case, it is ideal for foodservice workers. Dry waxed sheets have a unique breathability which prevents sandwiches from getting soggy. Added wet strength enables them to stand up to sauces. They are both biodegradable and compostable.
What Are Uses for Deli Wrap Flat Sheets Wax Paper?
Wax paper is used to wrap meats and deli items. The paper must be secured with freezer tape, which will remain in place even if the package gets moist. There are some other uses for this product. At this size, it will work well to line a small section of countertop for use to roll out a pie crust and keep the dough from sticking to the surface. It can also be used as freezer paper. To use in the freezer, you must ensure that it is wrapped tightly to prevent freezer burn.
Is Deli Wrap Flat Sheets Wax Paper Water Proof?
As wax paper has paraffin or soybean-based wax coating, it helps protect the paper when exposed to moisture. It is a non-toxic wax so that you can use it with food. If you wrap your sandwiches appropriately, you can keep them from getting wet when walking through the rain or when stored in an ice chest.
What Is the Difference between Wax Paper and Parchment Paper?
Both wax paper and parchment paper are coated for use in the kitchen. The most significant difference is the coating. With parchment paper, you have a silicone coating that makes it non-stick and heat resistant. It works well to line baking pans so that your food doesn’t stick while it's in the oven. Wax paper has a wax coating hence the name. While it also offers a nonstick barrier, wax melts if you put it into the oven, so it is not ideal for putting on baking sheets to make. Instead, it works well to cover countertops and tables when rolling out dough or creating something that could stick to the surface.