Makeshift Coffee Filter

Is there anything I can use to sub for a coffee filter?

Michelle from Des Moines, LA

October 18, 20060 found this helpful

Well lets see! I've used a paper towel, a square cut off of a clean, white, old, tea towel and a man's white handkerchief (clean, of course!)!! I didn't die! I thought I might die if I didn't get that first cup of morning coffee! Since then I bought one of the permanent "gold" colored metal screen filters. I didn't care for it, using it everyday.........but it sure is handy to have when I let myself run out of paper coffee filters!

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October 19, 20060 found this helpful

Paper towels work great as they are lint free. Anjeena

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October 19, 20060 found this helpful

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A doubled-over paper towel works


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