Cheesecloth is used for draining large curd cheese, lining hard cheese molds when pressing cheese and for bandaging finished cheese. This durable cloth is 100% cotton, can be reused and is machine washable.
- 100% Cotton
- Thread count 60 per inch
- 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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This cheesecloth is really good We have used it several times now with no problems It's fairly priced and well packaged
This cheesecloth is of a superior quality to what I previously purchased. The weave is very uniform and performs better.
I’ve used this cheesecloth a few times and it seems to work as expected. It does seem to fray a bit around the edges after each washing, but I’d guess that is to be expected.
Best little CHEESECLOTH this side of Texas!!
Ok, it's cheesecloth. What can one say about it that is powerful and relevant? It is strong, durable and reusable. Yes. Check. It is washable. Yes. Check. It is perfect for using as bridal veils. Yes. Check. It can be used for bandages. Yes. Check. It is fabulous and phenomenal for making cheese. YES! DOUBLE CHECK!!!! There you have it. The best little cheese cloth this side of Texas or Albuquerque, Pittsburgh, New Jersey or Paris!!
Tough and functional
I got this as an addition to some other cloth (100 thread count) so that it wouldn't stick to the cheese as much coming out of the press. It does much better in that regard, and is a great cloth. I've beat it up some, and it has held up week through washing and reuse.