- a material of wires of moderate fineness, used for making strainers, manufacturing paper, etc.
Origin of wire cloth
Examples from the Web for wire cloth
Historical Examples of wire cloth
Windows should be fitted closely, and covered with wire-cloth on the outside, so as to exclude all flies.
On the side of the boxes where the water escapes should be wire-cloth, so fine as not to allow the eggs to pass through.
In warm weather the cover should be taken off; in its place should be put the super over which wire-cloth has been tacked.The Library of Work and Play: Outdoor Work
Mary Rogers Miller
A wire-cloth screen just above the outlet tube prevents the fish escaping.
- a mesh or netting woven from fine wire, used in window screens, strainers, etc