Reusable Cheese Making Cloth

Reusable cheese cloth available in 60 or 90 thread per inch. After making cheese, rinse the cloth and sanitize before using again.

About This Product

Reusable Cheese Cloth 2 sq.yards(1.67 sq. meters).

Rinse in cold water and sanitize before reusing.

Details about available options below. 

A few tips:  Press the curds in the mould or press hoop for an hour or until the cheese can be taken from the mould/hoop without falling apart. Then, dress with cheese cloth.  I like to cut the cloth in a circular shape to fit slightly over the top and bottom of any round cheese.  This method eliminates creases in your cheese.   After using, I clean the cloth and sanitize in cold water using Star San non-rinse sanitizerDepending on your washing method, you may notice some minor shrinkage in the length of the unbleached cloth.


Grade 60 Cheese Cloth : 60 threads per inch (2.54cm)
Use this cloth to bandage and/or drain your large curd cheeses and lining your mould and press.. Rinse after using in cold water and reuse.

Excellent 'all around' cheese cloth thread count.


Grade 90 Cheese Cloth: 90 threads per inch (2.54cm).

Use this more fine mesh cheesecloth for draining soft cheeses like ricotta and other fresh cheeses. Rinse after using in cold water and reuse.

Note: Grade 90 is higher in cost than other thread counts.

Shipping included within the Continental USA. Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, International shipping available.

What Our Customers Say

  • 5
    Reusable cloth

    Posted by Mildred Walat on 13th Sep 2020

    Great cloth... just wash and hang dry!

  • 5

    Posted by Karina Flores on 7th Jul 2020


  • 5
    Chesse cloth

    Posted by Sabina on 3rd May 2020

    the best cheese cloth.

  • 5
    I love this cloth!

    Posted by Laura on 19th Jun 2019

    I use both the 90 and the 50 for cheese making. I use the 90 for lining molds, hanging chèvre, and draining ricotta. I use the 50 for bandaging cheeses for aging. I have used PlyBan II in the past, and it would eventually rip at the most inopportune time. This cloth lasts and lasts. Note from Steve/TheCheeseMaker: Great to hear about our cheesecloths. PlyBan II does have it use for bandaging as it is anti-microbial and anti-mold.

  • 5
    Great cloth!

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Feb 2019

    great stuff

  • 5
    Butter Muslin # 90

    Posted by Deb on 21st May 2018

    Great quality, double sized (I cut mine in half), works beautifully, fast shipping.

  • 5
    WOW Perfect

    Posted by Tammy Norton on 4th Apr 2018

    i got this for my Apple cider vinegar . it works i also raise mealy worms for my chickens and use this to stop them from escaping trust me If a Mealy worm cant get out Bugs cant get in. Thanks Guys will be ordering again .

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Oct 2017

    Worked great in draining whey

  • 5
    Just use the 90

    Posted by Jobe on 16th Oct 2017

    I don't really know why anyone ever uses anything but the maximum thread count available. It is good for making hard cheese, cream cheese, and anything in between. Not to mention it holds up much better after repeated uses. Just use the 90 thread count for everything people.

  • 5
    Great quality cheese cloth

    Posted by Gilad Wolff on 4th Jan 2016

    nice service the order was shipped promptly and arrived quickly and the ricotta I made with it turned out great.

  • 5
    good quality cheese cloth

    Posted by Cindy Drozfs on 21st May 2015

    Does what it's supposed to do

  • 5

    Posted by ANGEL PASCUAL PEREZ on 8th May 2015

    Very good cloth, perfect for chevre