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Old 30th January, 2002, 04:43 PM
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As far as materials go, I have seen a few, in addition to the dryer sheets and AC filters:

- Panty hose. Less restrictive in airflow, but won't stop small particles.

- Thin sponge. Very restrictive, but clean.

- Speaker cloth

- Cheese cloth. Not really effective except against pet/human hair.
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Old 30th January, 2002, 05:49 PM
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I use the foam filters. Very convenient and my boxs and especially my radiators stay nice and clean.
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