Vantex Innovations

Cheesecloth Grades

All Cheesecloth is 100% cotton

Grade 10 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 20 x 12 threads per square inch. Considered an open weave cheesecloth and used in applications that requires good air and water flow through the cloth. It is an all purpose, economical, and disposable fabric. Used for cooking, cleaning, wine filtering, polishing, waxing, wiping, staining, straining, facials, crafts, binding, and much more.

Grade 40 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 24 x 20 threads per square inch. It is high quality medium grade weave cheesecloth that is absorbent and durable. This cheesecloth is used for cooking, cleaning, polishing, wiping, staining, straining, maple syrup, crafts, weddings, faux paintings, and much more.

Grade 50 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 28 x 24 threads per square inch. It is high quality medium grade weave cheesecloth that is absorbent and durable. This cheesecloth is used for cooking, cleaning, polishing, wiping, staining, straining, maple syrup, crafts, weddings, and much more.

Grade 60 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 32 x 28 threads per square inch. It is high quality medium grade weave cheesecloth that is absorbent and durable. This cheesecloth is used for cooking, cleaning, polishing, wiping, staining, straining, maple syrup, crafts, weddings, and much more.

Grade 80 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 40 x 32 threads per square inch. It is considered an extra fine weave and higher quality cheesecloth fabric for its extra strength and durable construction. This cheesecloth is washable and reusable. Used for crafts, bandages, dress making, binding, curtains, cheese making, cooking, polishing, staining, filtering, straining, and as an alternative for butter muslin.

Grade 90 Cheesecloth

The thread count is 44 x 36 threads per square inch. Grade 90 is considered the finest weave and highest quality cheesecloth fabric with its extra strength and durable construction. This cheesecloth is washable and reusable. Used for crafts, tea bags, bandages, dress making, binding, curtains, cheese making, cooking, polishing, staining, filtering, straining, and as an alternative for butter muslin.