Vantex Innovations

What is Cheesecloth?

Cheesecloth fabric is loosely woven 100% cotton un-dyed fabric that we offer in a variety of grades and weaves. Cheesecloth is an excellent choice for low-lint cleaning, straining, filtering, polishing and food service applications because it has a unique combination of purity, softness, absorbency and strength.

Grades of Cheesecloth

The grades of the cheesecloth are distinguished by the number of threads per inch in each direction. Grade 10 cheesecloth is considered the lowest grade and is the most open weave. Grade 40, 50 and 60 are the medium weaves, Grades 80 is a fine weave and Grade 90 is referred to as extra fine weave. Both the Grade 80 and 90 are the most durable of the cheesecloth fabrics currently on the market and can be washed and reused. The grade of cheesecloth that you choose is dependent on your specific application.

Food Grade Approved

All our bleached cheesecloth is considered food grade and has been processed to remove all the impurities of the natural cotton fibres such as seed particles and oils. Peroxide is used to clean and whiten the cheesecloth; it is a non-chlorine bleach that does not contain any chemical binders.

Cheesecloth Uses and Applications

• Food Preparation
• Cheese Making
• Cooking, Straining, Filtering
• Canning, Syrup & Jelly Preparation
• Filtering Honey
• Wine Making
• Medical Bandages
• Craft Beer Production
• Wedding Decorations
• Almond Milk Bags
• Tea Bags
• Hunting & Game
• Lab Tests
• Aircraft Maintenance
• Prop Building
• Dusting & Cleaning
• Herbal Tinctures
• Mold Casting
• Plant Protection
• Paint Straining
• Faux Painting
• Furniture Finishing & Staining
• Polishing
• Waxing
• Nano Felting
• Graphic Arts
• Book Binding
• Craft Making
• Baby Blankets
• Curtains
• Dress Making
• Halloween Costumes
• Halloween Decorations