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Butter Muslin

Butter Muslin

Regular price $4.45
Regular price $4.45
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4.97 246 reviews


Butter muslin is used to drain soft cheese, yogurt and other dairy products. This durable cloth is 100% cotton, can be reused and is machine washable. This is a staple for all cheese makers.



  • 100% Cotton
  • Thread count 90 per inch
  • Re-usable
  • Machine washable


  • 1 yd | 36" x 36"
  • 2 yd | 36" x 72"
  • 60 yd bolt | 36" x 180'

Before first use machine wash with unscented detergent.

Cloth should be boiled, to sterilize, before each use.

After use, rinse in cold water to remove any curd/cheese, then machine wash with unscented detergent.

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Karen S.
United States United States
Great cheese Cloth

This stuff is the real deal, if you want a nice even and tight weave cheese cloth this butter muslin is what you want. I use it for cheese but also for making thicker tomato sauce without all the cook down time.

Walter W.
United States United States
Nice product

I used it to drain my curd, worked perfectly. I like the fact that it is easy washable and reusable.

Irene M.
United States United States
Butter Muslin

Made my first two wheels using this muslin- worked great and was easy to keep wrinkle free.

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Patricia W.
United States United States
Great size

I had used a smaller size of butter muslin but this was a much better fit. No spilling over and fumbling.

Bryan W.
Butter Muslin

I've always used regular cheese cloth bought in the fabric section of the local store. This is my first experience with this Butter Muslin. I made a Farmstead Cheese that required a heavy press. The cheese drained much better than the cheese cloth, and it was much easier to arrange it in the press so as to come out nice and smooth. It actually achieved a finish that I've only realized before by doing a final press with no cloth.