Happy Cheese Makers Since 1978
Cheese Cloth-for Lining Molds

Cheese Cloth-for Lining Molds (U1)

4.88 stars, based on 17 reviews
Cheese Cloth for use with hard cheeses. CONTAINS: 100% cotton, 60 thread per inch, reusable Cheese Cloth.SIZES: 1 yard (NEW!) or 2 yard package, or 60 yard bolt.USAGE: Can be used for draining large curd cheeses, lining hard cheese molds for...
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  • easy shopping
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  • ups expensive
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Although I can purchase these products closer to home, I like the way business is handled, the ease of shopping.

A must for cheese-making.

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  • Strong
  • Reusable
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From: Central VA
This is a very good quality cheese cloth at a good price. When I am milking my cow, I sometimes make up to 10+ pounds of cheese per week and I am able to reuse the same cloth over and over. After each use I hand wash then boil to sanitize when I make the next batch.

A necessity

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From: Lawrence, Kansas
Good muslin and cheesecloth is hard to find. We can't have enough of this! The cloth on this site is perfect for cheesemaking.

CHEESECLOTH!!!

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<p>Now we are getting somewhere.. I've heard of these all my life and never knew what they were for!!</p>

Excellent

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From: KS
Very nice quality, highly recommend! I use this with all my soft cheese and for straining keifer and yogurt.

Excellent product

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  • works well
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I started off using home made stuff for cheese cloth such as sheer curtains. They worked but nowhere nearly as well as your cheese cloth which handles so much better, washes better and makes everything go more smoothly. Great product!

Good product

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Works well, but smells weird out of the package. Make sure to wash/sterilize first.

Great cheesecloth

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  • good price nice quality
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2 yards is plenty for me to use for a while.

Great cloth!

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I made cheese today from my Brown Swiss cow, after I had already skimmed most of the fat off for butter. I expected yield to be down a lot since I had taken the fat, but for the first time, I used the cheese cloth I had bought from you instead of the store bought cheesecloth. I actually had MORE cheese curds than before! Your cheese cloth is far and away so much better than what I could get elsewhere! Thank you very much.

Great product

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From: WA
I recommend this cheesecloth to my cheesemaking students. It's easy to clean and can be reused many, many times.

Great Quality!

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From: Trenton
We make lots of colby cheese. This cheese cloth is great quality! It holds up much better than the cheep "cheesecloth" that's easy to find in random stores.

high quality

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  • last a long time
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From: VA
Great cheesecloth. It washes up beautifully and lasts and lasts. Very durable.

If you have to use cheesecloth....

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  • tighter weave
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  • disposable
From: Fayetteville, AR
If you have to use cheesecloth, then this is a good product. It has a tighter weave than most and comes in a good quantity for home cheesemaking. I don't like fibers getting in my product when I have to cut the fabric and I'm not a fan of having to use a disposable product, so at this point I've resorted to molds with micromesh and nylon draining bags.

Nice cloth

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  • Strong
  • Re-useable
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From: Pooler, GA
Way better quality than budget cheesecloth. Easy to clean and re-use.

Perfect!

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  • inexpensive
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From: California
I love this product because it is relatively inexpensive. I usually use it as a mold liner. I usually cut the 2 yard length into three pieces after sterilization. It's lightweight enough to double up in the mold, and still have enough room for the follower. It's inexpensive enough that if you are making a fine-curd cheese and cannot wash the curd out of the weave it's no skin off your back to throw it out.



Be sure that if you do cut the cheesecloth into pieces that you watch for strands embedding into your cheese from the raw edge of the fabric.

True cheesecloth

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I don't like to have anything for one use. This cheesecloth is soft and yet holds up to many washings. I use it for straining anything I need that is delicate, besides cheese and yogurt. I fold it up and it is as good as new after washing 4 times so far. It makes the store bought look like a rag.

WAY better than supermarket cloth

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I've always used the cheesecloth you can buy at the supermarket fabric center, and didn't realize what a huge difference it was from REAL cheesecloth. I've used and washed pieces from the same package for almost 2 months now, on a daily basis, and they're showing no sign of giving out on me any time soon. I'm very well pleased!

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