... or utility sink. It's one of my most favorite pastimes, each drop of the
seemingly endless stream of scum water validating the filter's effectiveness
and my foresight in installing it, much like how picking dead bugs out of
the backyard zappers can occupy me happily for hours.
Does it really need to be washed, Barry?
I blow mine clean with air.. Seems to work fine..
Then again, I might not be cleaning it as well as it should be...
I guess I'll have to dig into the paperwork drawer and RTFM...
Please remove splinters before emailing
For cleaning filters of any kind, I generally bring out the shop vacuum
and back out (reverse of the air flow through the filter) the crud. It
won't get everything, but should suffice until you can don your Speedo
and hose it in your front yard.
p.s. my swimsuit has a hole in the knee...
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