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

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

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My AC guy says these are great if you have serious allergies, but if not go with the lower Merv rating. These put a large load on your AC and limit airflow after just a week or two. This is a classic more expensive isn't always better.
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FYI - these go on sale every month or so at this price (Check previous SD threads). The general consensus on this brand is that they are cheaply made and will bend / fold very easily.
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Good find! I ordered these with the subscription option for extra savings. I'll cancel the subscription when I get the order this week. Thanks OP, Repped!
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This matches or beats most of the filter deals of this quality based on a quick SD search.

MERV 8 if that matters.
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FYI - these go on sale every month or so at this price (Check previous SD threads). The general consensus on this brand is that they are cheaply made and will bend / fold very easily.
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Is there a better filter to look for deals on if you dont have pets, or is this just an all around good filter to get regardless of having pets.

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My AC guy says these are great if you have serious allergies, but if not go with the lower Merv rating. These put a large load on your AC and limit airflow after just a week or two. This is a classic more expensive isn't always better.
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This one sucks!

Good value but do bend pretty easy
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I bought these a while back. This is a regular sale pretty much monthly. They are cheap filters in my opinion and only worth it at the sale price. I would disagree that these restrict air flow. But I would rather buy cheap filters and replace once a month than to buy higher quality and try and get 3-4 months out of them.
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Good value but do bend pretty easy
Totally agree. My furnace will pull these right out of the filter housing bc they bend super easy. I would not recommend these at all.
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I bought these a while back. This is a regular sale pretty much monthly. They are cheap filters in my opinion and only worth it at the sale price. I would disagree that these restrict air flow. But I would rather buy cheap filters and replace once a month than to buy higher quality and try and get 3-4 months out of them.
Can you please let me which filters you are referring to ? Every filter I see is about $5 each for filter.
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My AC guy says these are great if you have serious allergies, but if not go with the lower Merv rating. These put a large load on your AC and limit airflow after just a week or two. This is a classic more expensive isn't always better.
I purchased this (4-pack vice this deal) to downgrade from using Filtrete Healthy Living 1500 because the Filtrete's filtering capability was affecting the air flow and tripping the overload switch too often when using with a furnace. So if even this is too restrictive for air flow, what filter type did your AC guy recommend? I'm trying to find a good balance between filtering and air flow.

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My AC guy says these are great if you have serious allergies, but if not go with the lower Merv rating. These put a large load on your AC and limit airflow after just a week or two. This is a classic more expensive isn't always better.
Actually, these are probably lower middle range for MERV. Anything less, you're probably not filtering out much. Anything more, it will place extra load on your blower. I've never heard of these being too restrictive, personally. I was considering trying something rated higher before I re-upped on these a month ago.
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Merv 8 is minimum recommendation for allergies, dust, etc. Merv 13 is best for small particles, but a huge cavet that most systems aren't designed to run with reduced airflow from such a thick filter. Some even struggle with a Merv 8. It's also essential to replace these in less than 90 days, otherwise your airflow and protection reduce.
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The furnace filter is meant to protect the furnace, It's purpose is not to filter out every single airborn particle. A simple, cheap $3-4 basic pleated filter is all you need. If you have severe allergies...do what you gotta do I suppose, just change them out frequently.

This is more geared towards standard 1" thick filters, thicker (3"+ seem to fair well with high merv) . Putting mid-high merv/fpr will cause nothing but harm.
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