Plyban cheesecloth is a poly webbing used to line cheese molds when pressing curds. This thin material is less prone to wrinkle than bulkier cloths, which can help create a more uniform cheese surface.
5 Yards poly webbing
36" wide x 180" long
New England Cheesemaking Supply Company
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Really like that there are no loose threads or fuzzies. Easy to work with, cut, clean and boil
Love it ! You can cut it the exact size you need it , it's easy to be washed and cleaned . Only downside , it's plastic .
These are the best. They last for several years. Cheese doesn't stick like in regular cheese cloth. Won't ever go back to cotton cheese cloth!
While I don’t know how long it will hold up to reuse, we were pleased by how easily this pealed off the pressed cheese block. With other cheese clothes we struggle to not rip chunks off the newly shaped block. This came off so easily, leaving a smooth surface to our block. Glad I took a chance and bought it.
I use this cloth specifically for those cheeses that require additional heating sometime during the stirring stage. The cheeses include parmesan, cheddar, and emmental. If this cloth is treated a little gently the curd will never stick and pull away from the finished cheese with absolute ease. However, be aware they are a tad brittle and will rip if they are roughly man-handled. Cleans very easily.