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Butter Muslin

Butter Muslin

Regular price $6.95
Regular price $6.95
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4.97 188 reviews

Description

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.

Details

Features

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

Dimensions

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

Care
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.

Brand
New England Cheesemaking Supply Company

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NB
06/23/2020
Nick B.
United States United States
Works great!

Couldn't be easier to use. Great stuff!

JB
06/18/2020
June B.
United States United States
Great buy!

I was able to cut to size and was perfect for my Making goat cheese chèvre.

A
06/17/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
Butter muslin

This is a very high quality, fine gaged fabric. Perfect for cheese making.

KG
06/15/2020
Kristen G.
United States United States
totally impressed

my first time using butter muslin instead of looser weave cheesecloth. the fine weave is SO useful for draining ricotta and yogurt…didn’t let anything but the whey past it! durable material that feels like it has a lot of life left in it for whatever dairy daydreaming you are doing ;)

JP
06/15/2020
Jan P.
United States United States
Butter Muslin makes the difference!

I was using flour sack towels before, but still had milk solids in the whey. When I used the butter muslin the whey was clearer so I knew I was getting all the milk solids.