Disposable cheesecloth (Plyban)

Thin, pliable and reusable if properly cared for, Plyban is a popular alternative to traditional cheesecloth or butter muslin. MIllions of tiny holes wick whey away and give cheese a smooth, professional-looking finish. Made of non-toxic FDA-approved resin, Plyban will not support microbial or mold growth. Individual sheets are 14" x 45", each pack contains 20 sheets.

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    Thin, pliable and reusable if properly cared for, Plyban is a popular alternative to traditional cheesecloth or butter muslin. MIllions of tiny holes wick whey away and give cheese a smooth, professional-looking finish. Made of non-toxic FDA-approved resin, Plyban will not support microbial or mold growth. Individual sheets are 14" x 45", each pack contains 20 sheets.

  • Customer Questions
    • From Nathan at 06/12/2016 5:54 PM
      Is this product interchangeable for butter muslin?
      Hello Nathan,
      Yes, Plyban can be used interchangeably with butter muslin. The weave is just as fine if not finer than butter muslin! Plyban is considered to be disposable however some people do wash it and reuse it.

      Hope this answers your question.
      Thanks,
      GetCulture Staff
    • From Kathy R at 05/19/2016 10:30 AM
      Does this product fray? And does it have some stretch in order to fit the shape of a mold better? I'm fed up with cheesecloth leaving strings in my cheese!
      Hello,
      No it does not fray. And it does have some stretch to it. Plyban is great for lining molds/forms.
      GetCulture Staff
    • From Jodi at 06/28/2014 3:30 PM
      Would this product work well for making chèvre?
      Hi,
      Disposable cheesecloth can be used the same as other cheesecloth.
      Thank you!
      GetCulture Support
    • From Nicole at 06/20/2014 4:03 PM
      Hello.....do you sell them is sheet of 4 ft x 4 ft?
      Hi Nicole,
      Currently we only stock the 14" x 45" disposable cloth. We are looking at different sizes and should have some in in about one month. Check back on our website for availability.
      GetCulture Support
    • From Jane at 06/24/2013 11:11 AM
      When you use the plyban in a press (I'm making chedder), which side faces the cheese, the smooth or the rough side?
      Thank you,
      Jane
      Jane,
      According to the supplier, the smooth side should be facing the cheese. The rough side (outside) will help the whey wick out.
      Thanks,
      GetCulture Support

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    • Author: edward schulten
      the 14" width is most time too narrow for molds like gouda etc.. too bad not larger available..
    • Author: Margie Buchwalter
      This is most fantastic product ever. It does not stick to the cheese and cleans up so nice. I highly recommend these to everyone.
    • Author: Kathy Rowe
      Works great, doesn't stick, and if you wash thoroughly-- reusable!

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