I have been making a variety of Tartine style breads and for months made the loafs, into the bannettons, into the fridge over night and the next morning out they come after a proof. No problem. Lately I cannot prevent the loaves from sticking to the cloth (use flour on the loaves and cloth). Even when I gave up on the overnight fridge hold, reduced the water and were very careful with the flour. Any suggestions greatly appreciated. I am about to go back to the fridge overnight, since part of the issue is the speed of the rise in the summer heat, but am getting desperate. Will heavier stiffer cloth (ie duck or canvas) help? the cloth I have is very light and where it adhers the cloth has become saturated typically.