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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My go to cheesecloth and butter muslin.
Don't waste money on the **** sold at a grocery store
I used cheese cloth for so much long before cheesemaking. When I decided to venture into yogurt making and cheesemaking, to round up for that free shipping, I threw some cheesecloth in the basket. Best decision ever! Sturdy and reusable, nothing like that junk from the grocery store, I can squeeze butter without it pushing though. With a rinse and a hang dry it's ready to be used again, even survives getting tossed into the washer, amazing stuff!
Worked great! I might even order a few for some misc wood working projects. But the cheese came out great!
This is much better quality than the ones I have been using.
I’ve used the cheese cloth a few times now and it has held together with no issues. It’s a good weave, tight enough to not lose curds but not so tight it’s impossible to clean properly. Definitely happy with it.