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Hepa Filter for Vacuum

We were given a sweeper as a gift, it requires those hepa filters to be replaced. I have been putting it off because it is $20 or more for one filter. It is very dusty. Does anyone have a cheaper solution? Thank You in advance



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September 15, 20040 found this helpful


While it is probably good to replace them every so often, I typically use a "can of air". They are used for cleaning/blowing out computers and keyboards since you cannot really do it in small places with cloths etc. They are not terribly expensive and they last quite a long time. Basically they blast pressured air out of a thin long tube. It has done wonders cleaning my hepa filter until replacement time.

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By Jon in Birmingham (Guest Post)
September 16, 20040 found this helpful

I use a stiff brush to dislodge the dust. It seems to work. If the paper is broken, it will need to be replaced, however.

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By Particle Man (Guest Post)
January 6, 20050 found this helpful

or vacuum it outside. or use vacuum at the car wash car wash.

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