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Honeywell Air Filters Home Depot In-Store and Today Only YMMV $11.88

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Received an email from Home Depot on Honeywell HVAC Air Filters
This is in-store and today Only 4/5/2019
Received this email and I'm in NJ so YMMV

https://www.homedepot.com/c/instore_specialbuy
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Last Edited by compaholic April 5, 2019 at 08:04 AM
Since Home Depot uses their proprietary FPR filter rating system here is the comparison chart against the MERV standard as well as MPR(3M's own rating system).

MERVMPRFPREfficiencyChange Frequency
6300n/aCaptures lint,household dust and pollen30 Days
86005/GreenMERV 6 + dust mites & mold spores90 Days
111000 – 12007/ RedMERV 8 + smoke, smog, cough/sneeze & pet dander90 Days
131500 -190010/BlueMERV 11 + virus carries, odors & bacteria.90 Days

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Amazon has Aerostar 16x25x1 MERV 11 Pleated Air Filter, Made in the USA, 6-Pack

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LNBA...PCbH9RNX7D

$5.27 each. Both filters are merv 11 (these and the Honeywell)

You could even go up to merv 13 with Aerostar for $6.33 each

Edit: appears it also depends on manufacturers as I found merv 11 = fpr 9

LiteAllergen: MERV 8 - blocks particles = 3.0–10.0 μm (1000 MPR, FPR= 7/Red)

MicroAllergen: MERV 11 - blocks particles = 1.0–3.0 μm (1900 MPR, FPR= 9/Purple)

SuperAllergen: MERV 13 - blocks particles = 0.3–1.0 μm (2200 MPR, FPR= 10/Black)
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might as well buy those cheap home depot AC filter and replace it every 30days
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