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originally posted by: Atsbhct
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
Where do you think they should stock it?
Only curious because where they stocked it makes sense to me in a "plan-o-gram" way; that's where other "fabric" products like dishcloths would be.
As a consumer, where would you assume it would be?
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
I would assume it was where it should be, in the cooking supplies section where the pots, pans and spatulas are. That, or minimally in the sheet goods section with the tinfoil, plastic wrap, etc. is.
Certainly not in with the cleaning supplies! Cheesecloth has exactly zero purpose as a cleaning supply.
originally posted by: TrulyColorBlind
but I also use cut-up old sheets. Properly washed, of course. Sheets might work as well if you're using them for straining.
They make auto prep cloth out of cheesecloth. It's a sticky form of it that lets you get all the dust off a vehicle prior to painting.