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Cheesecloth-Disposable Cheesecloth - Disposable

Cheesecloth-Disposable (U3)

4.50 stars, based on 10 reviews
For use in place of reusable Cheese Cloth.CONTAINS: 5 yards, poly webbing, disposable Cheese ClothUSAGE: For lining molds during the pressing stage.DISCOUNTS: Purchase 12 or more 5yd. packages and receive our price break of $3.95/5yd. package. ...
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From: Maugansville
I love the disposable cheesecloth. I find it easier to use than the fabric cloth and don't have to worry if I haven't had time to wash the reusable.

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Great product for the price. Gets the job done.

Absolutely love this

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From: VA
Surprise, it can be rewashed and sanitized! Does not stick to the cheese as regular cheesecloth and butter muslin wants to do sometimes.

Christina Bredenkamp

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From: Granbury, TX
Best cheesecloth ever! Never sticks and I wash it to re-use over and over. Doesn't shred after cutting to size.

Disposable cheesecloth

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I love this stuff! So easy to clean, and very strong!!!

Dispose or Clean!

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This stuff is great. I find it easier to clean than traditional cheesecloth and it's very durable. It's cheap enough that you could throw it out after every use, but if you like to reuse things like me, it's a breeze to clean it and it's durable enough to withstand many uses.

Love it

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From: Big Island, HI
Even a single layer works well. Easy to remove sticky cheese, in fact it washes well and I re-use it. I take a bit backpacking to strain sediment from water.

Such an incredible time saver!

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When making my cheeses, I always hated cleaning cheesecloth. Disposable - use it and throw it away!!!!! I have not had any issues with this product. It performs well.

The best cheescloth

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I use this disposable cheesecloth exclusively now instead of fabric cheesecloth or butter muslin. Even though considered disposable, it is easily cleaned and sanitized for multiple uses. It cleans especially well for draining any small curd cheese. Very economical!

Used to be good...

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From: California
I ordered this product when I first started making cheese and loved it - it never stuck to the cheese, was strong (you could even get multiple uses out of it). They must have changed vendors, because the stuff I got this summer (July 2013) was terrible! The cheese gets lodged in the ridges in the cloth and it is so fragile it tears when you are putting the curds in the mold. Please go back to your previous vendor!

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