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24 views • April 18, 2021

How to Make PM2.5 Filters

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***Supplies Needed*** -LINK to Pattern: https://www.properfitclothing.com/pm25filter -LINK to Vacuum bags: https://amzn.to/3aW94zb -LINK to Furnace Filter: https://amzn.to/2JR3JNW -LINK to Air Conditioner Filter: https://amzn.to/3aSyw8U -LINK to Carbon Activated Filter: https://amzn.to/2UUjuKj -LINK to Pillow Case: https://amzn.to/3e4d0Qp -LINK to Blue Shop Towel: https://amzn.to/2Vfvogy -LINK to Dish Towels: https://amzn.to/3c69PGf ***Proper Fit Clothing Social Media*** Instagram: @properfitclothing Snapchat: properfit.usa This video teaches you how to make pm2.5 filters. I use different house hold materials to create the best pm2.5 filter alternative. I use vacuum bags, furnace filters, carbon activated filters, air conditioner filters, pillow cases, and tissue paper. These filters are good alternatives to the pm2.5 filters. Hope everyone finds this sewing project helpful! Be sure to like, subscribe, and comment! Thanks for watching! Presented by Properfit Clothing Company | Quality Designer Clothing made in Grand Rapids, Michigan USA. Filmed with Samsung NX1 Link to Buy the camera we use off of Amazon: https://goo.gl/oagtMv Link to Buy Beholder DS1 Handheld Stabilizer for DSLR Camera off Amazon: https://goo.gl/Fm5iRf #PM2.5 #pm2.5filter #pm2.5alternatives #facemaskfilter #flu #mask #diy #sewing #pattern #design #sewingproject #sewingpattern #beginnersewing #beginner #sewingtutorial #N95 #flumask
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