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Paint filters, where do you get them? by 84fiero123
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Melanie uses these as filters for her goats milk and we need to buy some more. Last time I ordered them from Harbor Freight. Got about 400 for around $20 but now they are no longer available except in the store. No more mail order.

So where do you guys buy yours in bulk, 5 will do her no good. We need to by several hundred because she throws them away after each use.

These are what she uses and the price was great $4.99 for a hundred is a great price but like I said they no longer ship them.

Anyone?

Thanks

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I picked up a box at Harbor Freight last month item #91376 60-70 mesh. The is a store nearby
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I know NAPA has them but am unsure of the price.

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Originally posted by Old Lar:

I picked up a box at Harbor Freight last month item #91376 60-70 mesh. The is a store nearby


No stores close to us... nearest one is about a 3 hour drive south (one way) .

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Are you talking about the paper cone filters ? My paint store gives them to me by the box for free, along with stirring sticks.
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Originally posted by rogergarrison:

Are you talking about the paper cone filters ? My paint store gives them to me by the box for free, along with stirring sticks.


Those are the ones Roger, ya I can get a few from the local NAPA store or any paint shop but they are expensive when I just buy the filters. I think they said 20 bucks for a hundred. Harbor Freight only wanted 5 bucks and used to ship them.


Melanie uses a lot of them so we need to find a cheap source.

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Originally posted by nmw75:


No stores close to us... nearest one is about a 3 hour drive south (one way) .



Call their 800 # and have them shipped. I got mine from Harbor Freight too.
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Originally posted by carnut122:
Call their 800 # and have them shipped. I got mine from Harbor Freight too.


They no longer ship them.



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This store on ebay has them in bulk: 1000 strainers for $48.99 plus shipping:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymot...5fAutomotiveQ5fTools
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Use pantyhose. All my dad used. Never an issue.
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Originally posted by Loki:

Use pantyhose. All my dad used. Never an issue.




Were they wash and wear?

Sorry I just couldn’t help it.

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