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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.
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So, from this point on, you need to work quickly without stopping, and have all your materials at hand to complete the whole room, including strips of cheesecloth cut about 5 ft.
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