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Cheesecloth Unbleached 4.8 Sq Yrds Chef Grade Fine Mesh 100% Cotton

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Basiloff Cheesecloth 4.8 Sq Yds Chef Grade Fine Mesh Unbleached 100% Cotton

Basiloff Cheesecloth 4.8 Sq Yds Chef Grade Fine Mesh Unbleached 100% Cotton Rating:
List Price: $14.99
Sale Price: $6.10
(as of 06/30/2015 19:43 UTC - Details)

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Product Description

This high quality fine mesh all-natural 100%- cotton cheesecloth is ideal for straining stocks, canning, basting, stuffing poultry, cheese and wine making, keeping chicken or fish intact when poaching, roasting turkey or chicken, squeezing citrus juice without seeds, and making spice bags. Our cheesecloth can also be used in a great number of different household and professional applications. Because this cheesecloth is dense with heavy weight yarn count, it can be washed and reused. We have vigorous quality control over production of our cheesecloth. WE STAND 100% BEHIND THE QUALITY OF OUR PRODUCT. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. If, for any reasons, you are not satisfied with our cheesecloth we will unconditionally refund your money. We have thousands of satisfied customers. Please look up our feedback and reviews on Amazon. We thank you for your business!

Details

  • HIGHLY-RANKED, MOST REPUTIBLE CHEESECLOTH FOR THREE CONSEQUITIVE YEARS!
  • Grade 50 Cheesecloth 43 square feet (4.8 sq yards). All-natural 100%-Cotton Unbleached Cheesecloth-Fine 28 x 24 Mesh- Heavy Weight Yarn Count: 40 x 40
  • HIGHEST QUALITY: premium natural unbleached cotton carefully selected to meet the highest standards!
  • DURABLE AND REUSABLE: Basiloff cheesecloth can be washed and reused multiple times, unlike other cheesecloth brands and substitutes who imitate our cheesecloth and even our resealable packaging.
  • VERSETILE: Basiloff cheesecloth can also be used in a great number of different household and professional applications. It is ideal for straining stocks, canning, basting, stuffing poultry, cheese and wine making, keeping chicken or fish intact when poaching, roasting turkey or chicken, squeezing citrus juice without seeds, and making spice bags.

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