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Old 08-03-2014, 09:36 AM   #1
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Keeping RV clean

ok we all love the fresh air but other than our screens on the windows has anyone used some type of air filter in the window to catch all of the smaller dirt blowing in the air. I mean you can't really open the windows if say your camping in the south west with sand blowing in

something like a A/C filter that issued in the brick house

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Old 08-03-2014, 10:00 AM   #2
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I think it would take something like a pleated filter for a S&B which wouldn't be very practical.
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what kind of screen is used in Florida to keep out the "no-see ems".??? A close- mesh like that would do the trick.
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I would like to know more about the " No Seems "
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what kind of screen is used in Florida to keep out the "no-see ems".??? A close- mesh like that would do the trick.
Ultra view from phifer 20x20 mesh but it probably want keep out dirt and dust.
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LOL , My MH is old it has filters in the cabin that pull air out of the MH. I just replaced them this summer they were probably factory installed !!!
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I would think that any filtration system that kept sand and dirt out would have pores so small as to inhibit the flow of air, and I'm sure you want good air flow. Using a good non-pleated paper filter will most likely eliminate a lot of what you are wanting to keep out. Cut it to fit your screens and velcro it in place. you may need to do several windows to get the desired amout of fresh air. Pull the filters off when you are not opening windows.
That's my best suggestion.
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