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    How to store cart filters

    I have an extra set of cart filters. What is the best way to store them? Also, what is the life expectancy of a set under normal use?


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    Re: How to store cart filters

    I think the best way to store them is "in a cool, dry place". Anywhere where they won't get crushed, moistened, or oiled.

    Lifespan varies, but I'd expect three years out of a properly sized filter, especially used in rotation like you're doing.

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    Re: How to store cart filters

    Guess they will be going in the upstairs bedroom. Basement would be too damp.

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