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Plyban Cheesecloth

Plyban Cheesecloth

Regular price $6.95
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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

Cheese Making Bundle

Plyban Cheesecloth

Item# U3

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Patricia C.
United States United States
Pat Crunkleton

Seems to work really well.

Gonzalo R.
United States United States

This cheesecloth is the best I have used.

Adrienne M.
United States United States
Best way to make pressed, hard cheeses

Plyban sanitizes more easily than butter muslin with no residual odors. Plus, I have never had an issue with it adhering to the cheese. I still use butter muslin for hanging curds for soft cheese,but I think plyban is the easy, affordable, clean way to go for hard cheeses. My cheeses pressed with plyban are also much more uniform in texture.

Nancy P.
United States United States
Excellent Product!

I’ve used the plyban cheesecloth for 3 years now and it is outstanding! It is easy to clean and sanitize and so much stronger than butter muslin.

United States United States
Great for pressing cheese

While I use other cheesecloth for general draining, I've cut my Plyban just large enough to fit my molds and use this to line the molds before filling and pressing. When done, I rinse it well and let it air dry. When I have several used cheesecloths, they go into my washing machine for a good wash and rinse. My regular cloths get machine dried - or dried on the clothesline. The Plyban does NOT handle dryer heat. But it goes through the washing machine well and then is hung to dry and dries quickly. I've used some pieces for years....probably well over 100 washes for some....and it's still holding up well.