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12-Pack Arm & Hammer Odor Allergen & Pet Dander Control Air Filters EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 12-Pack Arm & Hammer Odor Allergen & Pet Dander Control Air Filters (various sizes) on sale for $54.45. Shipping is free or select free in-store pickup where available. Thanks Butcherboy

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The OP one is merv 8...and so is this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem.../203225764
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I've had bad luck with the A&H brand to the point where I threw away like 9 of them and went back to 3M.

Something about the way they are designed, even the not-super-filtery ones, causes them to have shittier airflow than the 3M, which causes them to be extremely noisy and get sucked up by my intake. They work perfectly for about 4 days and then start having issues. YMMV of course, but I'm never buying A&H again.
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These are on sale at home depot literally every single month so this is a normal price for them
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These are on sale at home depot literally every single month so this is a normal price for them
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Dont mind the other guy. Thanks for the post. Its pollen season and these help.
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These are really great and help us out with our allergies. Before we just bought the cheapest ones but these are noticeably better. Even in winter.
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I've had bad luck with the A&H brand to the point where I threw away like 9 of them and went back to 3M.

Something about the way they are designed, even the not-super-filtery ones, causes them to have shittier airflow than the 3M, which causes them to be extremely noisy and get sucked up by my intake. They work perfectly for about 4 days and then start having issues. YMMV of course, but I'm never buying A&H again.
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For those that are suffering from allergies and dont have an official air purifier, these filters can be combined with a box fan to supposedly get 90% of the same effect. Tape one filter to the intake of a box fan or create a cube/triangle design to increase airflow. https://www.instructables.com/id/...ir-filter/
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The OP one is merv 8...and so is this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rheem.../203225764
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For those that are suffering from allergies and dont have an official air purifier, these filters can be combined with a box fan to supposedly get 90% of the same effect. Tape one filter to the intake of a box fan or create a cube/triangle design to increase airflow. https://www.instructables.com/id/...ir-filter/
Love the idea, that's so smart!
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Looking for 4 inch thick filter
These seem to be 1 inch thick only
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For those that are suffering from allergies and dont have an official air purifier, these filters can be combined with a box fan to supposedly get 90% of the same effect. Tape one filter to the intake of a box fan or create a cube/triangle design to increase airflow. https://www.instructables.com/id/...ir-filter/
Or use 2" thick filter for more airflow instead of the triangle. I have 3 fans setup this way, use them for normal dust filtering but 1 is a permanent garage duty which I use when cutting wood or sanding drywall

But these filters are garbage and everyday price. Better deals can be had daily

wish I could give the OP negative rep as he posts this junk deal every 2 weeks
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Love the idea, that's so smart!
Just tried it this weekend, and it seems to be working. Many on the /engineering thread in reddit dont seem to approve because of the lower efficiency of electricity used and the life of the box fan motor. The cube/triangle design should lower the difference compared to an official air purifier.
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These are on sale at home depot literally every single month so this is a normal price for them
So with your logic there only on sale 12 days a year out of 365 days
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Or use 2" thick filter for more airflow instead of the triangle. I have 3 fans setup this way, use them for normal dust filtering but 1 is a permanent garage duty which I use when cutting wood or sanding drywall

But these filters are garbage and everyday price. Better deals can be had daily

wish I could give the OP negative rep as he posts this junk deal every 2 weeks
I'm no official engineer but I'm guessing the 2" will be the same surface area as the 1" filters. The idea is that less suction is better since it will force less particles through the filter, much like how going closer with the vacuum end will pick up more items. With the cube/triangle, there is more surface area of filters to use so the tiny pollen particles will get stuck on the filter due to the weaker vacuum rather than sucked through it.
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So with your logic there only on sale 12 days a year out of 365 days
Right this a normal sale price, nothing slick about it
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