Grade 50 Cheesecloth - 70 Yard Box
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Grade 50 Cheesecloth - 70 Yard Box

Product ID: CHEE50

$53.90 per Box

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  • Content: 100% Cotton
  • Width: 36"
  • Length: 70 Yards
  • Please Note: Cheesecloth may be in several pieces & may not be continuous.
  • Color: White
  • Construction: 28 x 24

Cheesecloth is one of the most versatile fabrics around. Use it in the kitchen as a strainer for sauces and gravy, or use it as a craft material. Cheesecloth is perfect for light wafting curtains for the theatre and it makes the perfect Halloween ghost. Cheesecloth fabric is also ideal as a cleaning cloth since it is absorbent and virtually lint-free. Grade 50 Cheesecloth is lighter than the 90 Grade Cheesecloth, but at 28 x 24 threads per square inch, it has a tighter weave than Grade 10 Cheesecloth. Cheesecloth is also often used with wool batting to prevent bearding in quilts. This cheese cloth is exceptional for cooking, cleaning, and costumes.

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I am going to dye it and use for table runners at my wedding!
Anna N on Jun 1, 2018
steaming vegetables
Patricia A on Sep 11, 2017
I am going to dye it and use for table runners at my wedding!
Anna N on Jun 1, 2018
Wedding drapery
Cheryl A on Mar 26, 2018
steaming vegetables
Patricia A on Sep 11, 2017
hoping this will drape well for runners for a baby shower
Barbara S on Sep 3, 2017
to strain homemade wine.
Pamela H on Aug 29, 2017
wedding decorations
Brenda T on Jul 9, 2017
its geat for straining yogurt and making cheese
STAMATIS B on May 30, 2017
For Filtering Cells
Phaedra H on Apr 11, 2017
For use in setting up a craft booth and for making sheer curtains so I can see outside without passers-by being able to see in.
CYNTHIA D on Apr 6, 2017
I chose this cheesecloth because I like to make my sauces and this product allows for a cleaner clearer sauce.
Valarie C on Mar 4, 2017
We wanted to create the feeling of hanging moss using cheesecloth. We will dye it various colors, cut it into strips of different lengths and colors and hang it from scenery in the Lost Boys Underground for our upcoming production of Peter Pan.
TODD A on Feb 17, 2017
rustic wedding decor
TERESA G on Nov 15, 2016
Building a canopy this fabric is perfect for that!
KEATHER J on Nov 4, 2016
Halloween decorations
MICHELLE B on Oct 23, 2016
No one that I know of sells this in bulk locally and I'm tired of buying small packages. Also there is a choice of grade that isn't offered in small packages.
Don M on Oct 9, 2016
It will make fantastic ghosts for my haunted house.
CHARMON L on Oct 7, 2016
Use this for chicken soup and it works great
LAUREN F on Oct 6, 2016
SU C on Sep 21, 2016
to be used as a runner on an event table top. Also to protect the table linen from wax drips.
Roxanne C on Sep 16, 2016
The cheesecloth will be used at my church's Norwegian dinner.
WALTER J on Sep 15, 2016
Wedding drapery
Cheryl A on Mar 26, 2018
hoping this will drape well for runners for a baby shower
Barbara S on Sep 3, 2017
If fabric is broken in pieces, about how long would each piece be? I want to be sure they will be long enough to use for table runners.
A shopper on Oct 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: While we cannot guarantee what size pieces this cheesecloth will come in if the yardage isn't continuous, you could definitely sew or attach two pieces together if you needed the extra length.
I'd like to use this for wedding table runners. Can it be dyed? Is it washable? Does it drape well? Which weight would be best?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Grade 50 is a very loose weave so it would depend on what look you're going for. Being all cotton I would think it would dye well.
I use cheesecloth to strain soaked ground coffee for an iced coffee base/syrup. Can't find tighter weaves in stores; don't need a roll of it. Trying to eliminate sediment. What does your sample kit contain (needs to be 10-12" squares at least)? Guessing may need 60 grade minimum.
A shopper on Aug 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We would suggest the grade 90 cheesecloth for the finest weave, but it only comes in large boxes.
i am looking for some cheese cloth for an industrial application . It is to go over filters to protect them. Not sure as to what grade to use and i need to be 3 ft. wide ?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We recommend ordering samples of various grades.
which is the best grade for filtering fry oil?
A shopper on Oct 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: grade 70


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Great quality! Great to dye.
September 17, 2017
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