cheesecloth

(redirected from Cheese cloth)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

cheesecloth

a loosely woven cotton cloth formerly used only for wrapping cheese

cheesecloth

[′chēz‚klȯth]
(textiles)
A very loosely woven, thin, lightweight cotton fabric; used in unfinished (gray) form for covering tobacco plants and for making tea bags and wiping cloths; the finished form is used for curtains, bedspreads, and such.
References in periodicals archive ?
Wipe off any excess with a clean, dry cheese cloth.
Tony's Turkey Tip #4 As a final step, melt some of the compound butter, soak a cheese cloth in it, and cover the breast of the turkey with the cloth.
Take 2 gallons thick sour milk, heat until it's too hot to stick your finger in, then strain through a cheese cloth.
Carbon slurry lab tests show that Granite coatings can be cleaned faster and more completely than traditional acrylics and competitive polyesters using household detergent and cheese cloth.
I found that old stockings and cheese cloth and old fashioned colander work much better.
Filter first through china cap, then cheese cloth repeatedly until clear.
If the paint has hardened for more than a few hours, saturate a rag, or preferably cheese cloth with denatured alcohol, and hold, do not run the spots, then wash the area with a high-pressure hose.
Warm it up to over 95 [degrees] F (35 [degrees] C) then filter with a double layer of cheese cloth in a funnel or restaurant coffee filter housing.
And, to make thick, creamy yogurt cheese, simply strain DANNON(R) Plain Yogurt in cheese cloth overnight.
In addition to the sponges, cloth wipes, and cheese cloth will all be made available under the Stanley brand name.