Air filter for wet/dry vacuum cleaner please

I acquired a Wolf WD20 wet/dry vac (of unknown vintage), couple of years ago from local charity shop. I tried to clean the foam filter around the motor intake and it disintegrated. Couldn't find anything online to fit it.
The existing filter is homemade from a sheet of foam (approx) 120mm x 400mm x 20mm thick. The two 120mm edges are gorilla taped together, to form a tube. What sort of foam do I need and best place for supply. Thanks in anticipation.
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On 9/19/2016 12:08 PM, Maurice Goldstein wrote:

Mr. Google doesn't recognise that, but I wonder if it is anything like the Wickes/Earlex one? These can use a foam tube, or a traditional cylindrical corrugated paper one, or there is a simple cloth bag with an elasticated "mouth" which might fit, available from Wickes IIRC. Or perhaps you could adapt the fibre bags for the Henry,
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/20-Numatic-Henry-Hetty-Hepaflo-Vacuum-Cloth-Hoover-Bags-FILTER-FLO-Fresheners-/391372844476?hash=item5b1fa3adbc:g:nJIAAOSwDk5UFs9s
Cut off one end and fasten around intake with stout rubber band?
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"newshound" wrote in message

Ah thanks, that'll do the trick. Microfibre should also be ok if I use as a wet vac. I've got some tree ties to fix bag onto intake.
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